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I love Tress Atlanta. This you already know. I also love my Mom. So, hat’s off to Trees Atlanta for putting together a couple of cool programs to help celebrate all the Moms out there. Straight from the release… 1. Take her on tour of the Atlanta BeltLine Arboretum. This free 90 minute walking tour, [...]Show More Summary
It’s Spring, which means it’s time to mothball your corduroys and get excited about Atlanta’s outdoor glory. If you’re looking for an absolutely perfect way to exercise, socialize and explore, Bicycle Tours of Atlanta is the way to go. There’s no better way to get to know Atlanta. Get to know Doug Wiley, their Sales and [...]Show More Summary
If you purchased a home in 2012 and have not filed for Homestead Exemption, you need to. It’ll save you a few shekels when it comes to paying the tax man, so there’s really no excuse to not claim this benefit if you’re eligible. It’s a really simple process, but it should be fairly simple. [...]
Blatant misspelling or typo: which is worse? Near the intersection of Piedmont and Cheshire Bridge there are two signs. One of them features a misspelling, the other an unfortunate typo. Perhaps you’ve seen them: dozens of real estate listings on a daily basis. I see a ton of typos and misspellings. It might be a byproduct of [...]Show More Summary
Recently, a friend launched an Atlanta-centric video podcast called On Doers. Their vision: On Doers is a conversation series about founders, beginnings, invention, visionaries and starting up. In the history of the world, there’s never been a better time to start a company or work on an idea. They just published their second installment, a fantastic [...]Show More Summary
Atlanta pizza maven Giovanni Di Palma took the city by storm when he opened Antico Pizza Napoletana in 2009. If you live in Atlanta, you know what I’m talking about, and you’re likely now just thinking about the pizza and how it has impacted your life. Giovanni’s second act, Gio’s Chicken Amalfitano, is all about [...]Show More Summary
By now, you’ve probably heard the tale of Notre Dame star football player Manti Te’o's “girlfriend”. She never existed. While it’s hard to believe that any rational, sane person could fall in love with someone who never existed, Te’o isn’t the first person to fall for such a complete fabrication. We’ve all received an email [...]Show More Summary
Where are the highest percentage of foreclosures and short sales in Atlanta? Where are the fewest short sales and foreclosures? The post Where Are All The Atlanta Foreclosures? appeared first on A is for Atlanta.
The Atlanta BeltLine's Eastside Trail will soon connect with Historic Fourth Ward Park, thanks to a recent land acquisition from The Trust For Public Land by the Atlanta BeltLine. The post Atlanta BeltLine to Connect With Historic Fourth Ward Park appeared first on A is for Atlanta.
Nestled in the heart of Buckhead, Peachtree Park combines historic beauty and walkability with a true neighborhood spirit. it's one of Atlanta's hidden gems. The post What Makes Peachtree Park Special appeared first on A is for Atla...
If you live in Atlanta and like riding a bike, then you need to get to know Rebecca Serna, the Executive Director of the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition. The Atlanta Bicycle Coalition is a non-profit dedicated to making biking around Atlanta safer and easier. Rebecca’s passion has me thinking about taking clients on their house hunts via bike… [...]Show More Summary
What happens when a Realtor with an aversion to taking glamour shots actually sits down for a portrait session? Inquiring minds want to know... The post An Exercise In Narcissism: New Head Shots appeared first on A is for Atlanta.
The latest data indicates that the Atlanta housing market is a seller's market in certain price points, and a "buyer's market" in others. The post Atlanta Real Estate: Buyer’s Market, or Seller’s Market? appeared first on A is for Atlanta.
I Love You Man, a comedy released in 2009, gets better with every viewing. As a Realtor, I have a deep appreciation for Peter Klaven, the protagonist played by Paul Rudd. If you haven’t seen it, you should. If you have seen it, watch it again. A brief, somewhat NSFW conversation about real estate marketing. [...]Show More Summary
Mike Patrick is the founder of Storico Fresco, which is hands down the best pasta in Atlanta. There’s really not much more that I can say about it – try it once, and you’ll know exactly what I’m talking about. His food is the truth, and his commitment to culinary anthropology is completely inspiring. Get [...]Show More Summary
Just last week, I wrote about the looming “intown” apartment boom in the Inman Park/Old Fourth Ward/Atlanta BeltLine Eastside Trail corridor. 1259 apartments- a certifiable boom! Never to be outdone by “intown”, Buckhead and Brookhaven are going through their own boom. From the Atlanta Business Chronicle: In total, there are 1,097 units under construction and [...]Show More Summary
The Inman Park Beer Chase combines running (a 5k road race), beer (a craft beer festival) and public safety (it benefits the Inman Park Security Patrol). I could probably end this post after one sentence (perhaps a second sentence letting you know that it takes place this Saturday, October 27 might be appropriate)… but then [...]Show More Summary
The Atlanta BeltLine’s much anticipated Eastside Trail will have its grand opening on Monday at 10 a.m., at Historic Fourth Ward Skatepark. This is a really big deal. If you don’t know what the Atlanta BeltLine is, or you know but can’t remember the details, I’ve bolded some basic questions below… and used the BeltLine’s [...]
I’ve been hearing pretty consistent “oohs and ahhs” about my new listing at 307 Milledge Avenue in Grant Park. I figured that it was only fair to introduce the brains behind the beauty, Jeff Gaines of Strategic Construction Services. Jeff worked tirelessly on the restoration of this historic charmer, and the results speak for themselves. [...]
Courtesy of the Atlanta Regional Commission, a state of the (local housing) union. Cocktail party fodder for most, and a jumping off point for demographers, social scientiest and economists…