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Endless Opportunities at Flint River Preserve

Marilyn Bowen, owner and developer of Flint River Preserve, joins host Todd Schnick on the All About Real Estate edition of Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio. Prior to Flint River Preserve, Marilyn was working in the mortgage banking industry in Jacksonville, FL for 25 years. She decided to make the move in 2007 to purchase 562 acres on the Flint River[...]

High Demand in the Old Fourth Ward District

Epic Development is excited to announce The Water Tower Stacks is nearing completion. The Water Tower Stacks is a small yet intimate community of only eight townhomes and two single-family homes. These high-end townhomes are located at the intersection of Irwin and Auburn streets, being right down the street from Krog Street Market and the Eastside Trail of the Atlanta Beltline. These[...]

Community of the Week: Home South Communities at Sterling on the Lake by Newland Communities

While many new home buyers first fall for a floor plan or an architectural style, JB Batson and his wife, Morgan, were equally drawn to their new home from seeing the work of the builder. The couple first saw a product by Home South Communities in a small neighborhood a friend had recommended they visit. “We just fell in love[...]

Community of the Week: Seven Norcross by The Providence Group

For 12 years, Scott and Heather Markle poured their personalities into a renovated ’60s-style split level. More than a decade of major and minor projects turned the house into a home that reflected the couple’s personal preferences. “We’d pretty much redone the entire house, and it was the way we wanted it, but it also involved a lot of upkeep,” said[...]

Community of the Week: Providence by FrontDoor Communities

Anyone who has battled Atlanta traffic knows it’s a smart move to take accessibility into account when buying a new home. Kent Ouellette and his partner learned the tough realities of the metro area’s gridlock after a year of living in Midtown and commuting to Milton every day. “We thought he had a reverse commute, but we realized there is no[...]

Community of The Week: Laurel Manor

Of the many factors that influence a new-home purchase, the quality of the area’s schools is always one of the top considerations. Even buyers without children take that element into account when they’re evaluating a home’s resale value. Jason Brown and his wife, Jami, could have been the school-minded customer analysts had in mind. The father of three daughters lived in[...]

Community of the Week: Piedmont Residential's Park Village

Sometimes finding the right home is as much a matter of perfect timing as anything else. In the case of Terrie Whitaker and her husband, David, that synchronicity led to their moving into Park Village, a Piedmont Residential community of 148 homes in Canton. The couple, both retired, was ready to move on from their big house on three acres. Just[...]