With the nicer weather, I thought it’d be nice to put together a list of fun getaways close to the city. I’ve hyperlinked them, so […]
Yesterday (Tuesday), I made a move to Morningside, and left my old neighborhood, Lenox Place in Decatur. I’ll miss it, Coco and I would play […]
Interest rates are starting to creep up, they are currently the highest they’ve been since November 2020, I expect them to continue to trend upward […]
While I was biking with my friend Michael through the Westside portion of the BeltLine, we happened upon two nice women sitting on the bench… […]
Botanical Gardens Scarecrows in the Garden brings to the Botanical Gardens dozens of creations by local artists, crafters, youth groups and more. Fernbank Museum Woodland […]
Interest rates for a 30 year fixed loan are below 2.65%… This is great news, whether you’re refinancing your current house, using the equity in […]
I don’t know about y’all, but I love some statistics! Below are Metro Atlanta’s single family housing numbers… Historically, the market usually slows down during […]
Hello all! The housing market is still on fire, and we are staying busy. Year to date, our team is over $51mil closed and under […]
Victoria Lemos’ Podcast, Archive Atlanta, covers a ton of history around Atlanta. Most recently, the Candler Family Mansions. I enjoyed biking through Druid Hills, and […]
Here is an exciting project that the city is working on. They’re expanding and conserving the forest in the South River Watershed for environmental and […]
The Housing Affordability Index (HAI) measures whether or not a typical US family is able to qualify for a standard 30-year fixed rate loan on […]
This allows me to give my clients extra comfort when cruising neighborhoods, and even more fun (is that even possible?!).
The last all-time high was back in February of this year, and as we know, come March 23rd it fell near 40% – a bear-market […]
“The corridor’s primary business area in Tech Square is one of Atlanta’s busiest multi-modal streets, with an average of more than 15,000 pedestrians and 400 […]