Archive for the ‘Neighborhoods’ Category

Bank Approved Short Sale on LEED Built Home

Tweet In honor of Earth Day, how about a featured home post on a green built home? Custom home shoppers in Sandy Springs are in luck because this exquisite 9,600 square foot home, 500 Belada Boulevard, has been reduced in price to only $1,850,000. The current asking price is a bank approved short sale, meaning […]

On the Hunt for Homes in Hammond Hills

Tweet Hammond Hills is one of the most sought-after neighborhoods in all of Sandy Springs. In 2010, the community made the list of top selling neighborhoods, and, due to its popularity, will likely make the list in 2011. Why do so many seek out Hammond Hills for their new home? Well, location is a big […]

Move-In Ready Townhomes in the Heart of Sandy Springs

Tweet The popularity of townhomes is on the rise and has been for the past few years. Homebuyers are finding the low-maintenance lifestyle incredibly appealing, and are trading in weekends filled with yard work for leisurely time spent however you want. For anyone looking to own a home and avoid the many demands of regular […]

FHA Condos Perfect for First-Time Buyers

Tweet There is no denying that it’s a buyer’s market out there. If you can, then you definitely need to be purchasing while the prices are down and interest rates are low. However,  young professionals and new couples typically have not had the opportunity to save enough money to put 20% on a new home […]

Top Selling 2010 Sandy Springs Neighborhoods

Tweet Time for a little recap of 2010 for Sandy Springs Georgia real estate. You probably hear more chatter at the office water cooler about how bad the Roswell real estate market was in 2010. Seems fun to talk about bad news. But in reality, Sandy Springs homes still sold in 2010, in fact 402 […]

Sandy Springs to Participate in Earth Hour

Tweet Sandy Springs’ neighborhoods will join buildings around the globe for World Wildlife Fund’s (WWF) annual Earth Hour by turning off non-essential lights on Saturday, March 27, at 8:30 p.m. local time. For 2010, Earth Hour Atlanta seeks metro area commitments to surpass previous participation and to make a lasting impact on energy savings. The […]