Rivermeade

House Envy: Nature lovers’ paradise in the city

Every day feels like a vacation in this secluded $1.5-million home on the Chattahoochee, though the home is just 20 minutes from Downtown.
456 W Paces Ferry Rd

House Envy: Neil Reed’s version of George Washington’s Mount Vernon estate

Iconic Georgia architect Neil Reed created this mansion on 405 acres off West Paces Ferry. Some of the property later became home to the Governor's Mansion.
Where to live now

Ask the Realtor

Should I buy a house that’s in foreclosure? Are townhomes a good investment? 4 questions we posed to Realtors.

Sky high rents are not just an ITP thing

During a tour of Alpharetta’s mixed-used/mini-city/outdoor mall development Avalon on Tuesday, the property’s developer Mark Toro commented they had just inked a lease for a two-bedroom, 1,728-square-foot. apartment for $5,070 a month. For reference, that same rent will get you a three-bedroom, 2,000-square-foot apartment at the Atlantic Midtown in Atlantic Station, the intown version of Avalon that Toro’s company manages. And there’s nothing in that price range at the highly anticipated Flats at Ponce City Market, where rental rates top out at $3,425 for a three-bedroom.
La France Walk

“Pocket neighborhoods” could be crucial for variety and affordability in Atlanta

La France Walk—a 24-home “pocket neighborhood,” in urbanist lingo—has entered its final construction phase, aiming for a timeless look that reflects the farmhouse style of the lot’s original house (which still stands).
Real Estate in Atlanta

Atlanta home shoppers don’t mind waiting for the perfect house

Surveys by Owners.com, a flat-rate real estate agency, show Atlanta home buyers and sellers don't mind waiting to get what they want.
Chamblee real estate

Where to buy now in metro Atlanta

We asked Realtors to recommend their favorite areas—from intown blocks packed with high-rises to (way) OTP suburbs—for every buyer and budget.

Report: Atlanta No. 1 for recent college grads

Commencement season is almost wrapped up, Memorial Day has come and gone, and across the country, 1.6 million recent grads are beginning the summer ritual of starting new jobs or, more likely, moving back home. Perhaps more of them should just move to Atlanta: A study by Homes.com puts the ATL on top of a “Top 10 Cities for New Grads” list.

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