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October 25, 2013 | Carol Morgan | Comments 0

Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio: Haddow and Company and Chattahoochee Nature Center

Haddow and CompanyDavid Haddow with Haddow and Company is this week’s guest on the award-winning Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio show. David gives his insight into the Atlanta condo market, and his interview is followed by a discussion with Lynn McIntyre of the Chattahoochee Nature Center.

David Haddow is the president of Haddow and Company, a real estate consulting firm founded in 1989 that is located in the Hurt Building in downtown Atlanta.

David’s company specializes in solving various real estate problems; whether it’s the best use for a property, whether to buy a property, what to do with your surplus property, etc., they can analyze the situation to come up with a solution. In fact, one of the projects they worked on back in 1999, tracking the intown Atlanta condo market, turned into a tradition that still continues today with their bi-annual Atlanta market report.

As for the state of the Atlanta condo market today, according to David, most of the condominiums that were built back in 2007 are finally being sold or turned into rental properties. This means that Atlanta might finally start to see new condominium development in the near future.

To hear more about the Atlanta multi-family market, listen to the full podcast. To learn more about Haddow and Company, visit their website.

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Chattahoochee Nature CenterOur next guest is Lynn McIntyre who is the senior director of community relations with the Chattahoochee Nature Center. After working in real estate and hospitality, Lynn decided her heart was in the non-profit sector, which eventually led her to her current position.

The Chattahoochee Nature Center, located along 127 acres in Roswell, is the go-to source for nature-related education. Today, visitors to the center can explore both green spaces with woodland trails and wetlands with boardwalks, learn about stewardship and conservation of our water, visit the Gold LEED-certified discovery center to view exhibits or films, grow a plant in the unity garden, participate in one of the many daily activities or clubs and so much more.

To hear more about what’s going on now at the Center, listen to the full podcast. To learn more, visit the Chattahoochee Nature Center website.

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