A day that seemingly predicts whether the country will see six more weeks of winter or early spring, Groundhog Day holds more power than many think. For Atlanta real estate, the outcome of February 2 determines how builders will market their communities in the coming weeks.
If Georgia’s own General Beauregard Lee or Punxsutawney Phil sees their shadow, Realtors will continue[...]
Atlanta is the perfect place to enjoy spring. The breathtaking sunny days, warm temperatures, gorgeous foliage and abundance of parks and outdoor events make spring in Atlanta an unforgettable season. Monte Hewett Homes residents are poised to take full advantage of this beautiful time of year. Here are a few ideas to inspire residents in their spring activities in Atlanta.
Winter is still in full swing, but spring will be creeping in before you know it. Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio co-hosts Carol Morgan and Todd Schnick are joined by Taylor Hopkins, nursery manager for Stone Forest, to discuss how audiences can prepare to refresh their yards with great products, tips and savings on this week’s All About Real Estate[...]
Spring arrives Friday, and along with the promise of warmer weather and sunnier days, it also brings the necessary task of lawn maintenance for homeowners in metro Atlanta. From aeration to fertilization, starting early can ensure you have a beautiful yard all year long.
The first step to ensuring you have a beautiful lawn involves preparation. Remove debris that has accumulated[...]
Spring has officially arrived in Atlanta, and with it comes sunshine, warmer temperatures and Easter egg hunts all around the city. Two of the most exciting Easter egg hunts are taking place just minutes from a stunning custom-built new home from Monte Hewett Homes in Druid Hills in the exclusive The By Way community.
Fernbank Museum of Natural History is hosting[...]
Spring Break in Atlanta will be here before we know it, and if you're looking for ways to spend time together without going far from home or spending a fortune, Georgia's State Parks and Historic Sites has ideas for everyone.
Go Camping: If you're not afraid of sleeping on the ground, enjoy a simple night of camping and reconnecting with[...]