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Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio Announces September Show Lineup

Featuring a new format, the Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio show is now airing three times per week. Wednesday’s segment will highlight the Deal of the Week, Thursday’s Around Atlanta segment will discuss an event or attraction in the city and Friday’s All About Real Estate edition will showcase an interview with an industry expert. The show is hosted by[...]

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Atlanta Real Estate Forum: Georgia’s Edible Agricultural Tour (EAT GA)

This week’s Around Atlanta guests on Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio are Dale DeSensa, president and founder of Taste of Atlanta, and Ryan Costigan with the Georgia Restaurant Association. Together, these two organizations have collaborated to create Georgia’s Edible Agricultural Tour, also known as EAT GA. EAT GA is a dining program that aims to support the Georgia Grown program through[...]

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Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio: Room & Board

This week’s Around Atlanta guest is Julie Dewald, the market manager with Room & Board, a design showroom that offers the best of modern design and American craftsmanship. This family-owned business has been around more than 30 years and aims to help each customer create a beautiful home that they love to live in. Room & Board currently has showrooms throughout[...]

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Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio: City of Kennesaw

This week’s Around Atlanta segment of the Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio show features an interview with Mark Mathews, the mayor of Kennesaw. As a native Kennesaw resident, Mathews is excited to see the direction that downtown Kennesaw is heading, as it’s now undergoing total renovation! Kennesaw was originally a shantytown located along the railway with no true square, government buildings[...]

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Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio: Canton Main Street Program

This week’s guest on the Around Atlanta segment of the Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio show is Meghan Griffin, the director of the Main Street Program in Canton. Started in 1977 as part of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, the Main Street Program was designed to determine why historic downtown areas were declining and what could be done about[...]