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July 12, 2014 | Greater Atlanta HBA | Comments 0

50-Plus Council to Discuss ALL Home Program at July Meeting

50+ Housing CouncilThe 50-Plus Housing Council of the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association (GAHBA) is hosting its next meeting on Thursday, July 24, 2014. This month’s meeting will consist of a panel presentation and discussion on the new A Liveable Lifestyle (ALL) Home program.

The ALL Home program is a voluntary certification program that presents design features built into a new home or within a remodeled home that promote a liveable and accessible lifestyle. An ALL Home certification means that a home is for all people of all ages and all abilities. This new program is state-wide and available to builders and remodelers across Georgia.

The panelists for this month’s meeting consist of Jim Chapman with Jim Chapman Communities, Carrie Roeger, the operations manager for Windsong Properties, and Meg Thompson, the director of sales and marketing with Blue River Communities.

The July 50-Plus Council meeting is being held at the Cumberland location of Maggiano’s Little Italy, which is located at 1601 Cumberland Mall in Atlanta. Networking begins at 11:30 a.m. and is followed by lunch and the program, which begins promptly at noon.

The meeting is $30 for 50-Plus Housing Council members, $40 for non-50-Plus Housing Council members and $50 for non-HBA members. Pre-registration is required or there will be a $10 walk-in fee assessed. To register online, click here.

To learn more about the A Liveable Lifestyle Home program, visit www.ALiveableLifestyleHome.com. For more information on the 50-Plus Housing Council or the upcoming meeting, contact Janel Grant at 678-775-1446678-775-1446 or visit www.AtlantaHomeBuilders.com.

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