The Providence Group Named in Top 15 Builders by Atlanta Business Chronicle

Recently, the Atlanta Business Chronicle released its rankings of Atlanta’s Top 15 Builders, and here at The Providence Group we’re pleased to announce that we were ranked as the No. 4 largest builder of Atlanta new homes. “At The Providence Group of Georgia, LLC., we are proud to continue our family’s tradition of providing top quality homes with extensive amenity packages[...]

No Changes to Georgia Taxes This Year

If you haven't been privy to the ongoing saga in the Legislature over proposed changes to Georgia's tax code, it turns out you didn't miss out on much. On Monday, the Georgia House of Representatives adjourned without taking up the bill that would reduce state income tax from six percent to four-and-a-half percent (among other things). According to the Atlanta Business Chronicle, the hesitation[...]

Atlanta Business Chronicle Names Traton Homes One of Atlanta’s Top 15 Home Builders

When shopping for Atlanta real estate, you should keep Traton Homes top of mind. On Thursday, Oct. 21, the Atlanta home builder was named as one of Atlanta’s Top 15 Home Builders by the Atlanta Business Chronicle for its Atlanta-area communities. For more than 39 years, the award-winning home builder has been providing metro-Atlanta homebuyers with Altogether More…more experience, more impressive[...]

The Senior Population is Expected to Double in Coming Years

The Atlanta Business Chronicle recently published an article about the aging population of the world. Their findings? According to the U.S. Census Bureau the world's 65 and older population is projected to triple by mid-century, from 516 million in 2009 to an astounding 1.53 billion in 2050. In particular, the elderly population in the US will more than double by the[...]

Survey Says Real Estate

Atlanta Business Chronicle readers were recently polled on what they thought was a better investment, real estate or the stock market. The results are in!  An overwhelming 49-percent said real estate, 28-percent said Both and 18-percent said the stock market. Comments from readers included: Real Estate Never goes away, it just hides for awhile. They aren't making any more land - stocks can be[...]