Jason Schwartz and Barry Gittleman with Fischer Homes are this week’s guests on the award-winning Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio show. Jason and Barry talk about why Fischer Homes decided to enter the Atlanta new homes market, and their interview is followed by a discussion with Beth Bond on eco-friendly products for your home.
Jason Schwartz is the Atlanta Division Sales Manager for Fischer Homes, and he has spent 20 years in all aspects of residential real estate. Barry Gittleman is the Division Manager for Fischer Homes in Atlanta, and he has worked for several large homebuilders after a stint in the Navy.
Fischer Homes was founded in 1980 in Cincinnati, Ohio. Having been around for more than 30 years, the company has developed an amazing reputation. In fact, the company has been so popular that they were even able to expand to additional markets during the downturn, and are now poised to enter the Atlanta market.
Fischer Homes already has plans for nine new communities in Cherokee, Cobb, Forsyth and Gwinnett Counties. Their homes will offer something for everyone with prices starting in the mid $100,000s and going up to well over $600,000. They guarantee you’ll the difference between them and other Atlanta builders not only due to their 98 percent customer satisfaction rating, but also through their diverse architectural and design offerings.
For more on Fischer Homes’ plans for the Atlanta real estate market, listen to the full podcast! To learn more, visit www.FischerHomes.com/Atlanta.
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Beth Bond, curator of sustainable news with Southeast Green, is our next guest on this week’s radio show. Southeast Green, which was established five years ago as an aggregate for press releases and news stories on sustainability, is the leading sustainable news source for the southeastern United States.
While Southeast Green is mostly geared toward businesses, the site does offer a section for consumers. One of the biggest consumer resources on the site is the green cleaning tips and “recipes.” Beth encourages all homeowners to reconsider using toxic products such as bleach, and instead use simple, inexpensive recipes with ingredients such as lemons, vinegar and baking soda to make your own green cleaning products.
For more information on living green in your home, listen to the full podcast.
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