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Real estate investor Twana Phillips opens an association for Atlanta female real estate investors

Real estate investor Twana Phillips opens an association for Atlanta female real estate investors

ATLANTA--The Atlanta real estate market is forever thriving, yet many women are not knowledgeable about effective investing. With so many residential and commercial properties available, metro Atlanta is now attracting several inexperienced female investors. The International Association of Women Real Estate Investor created in Atlanta, has helped many women become of aware of the do's and don'ts of selecting property whether it be for professional or personal use. Twana Phillips, the founder and CEO created the association because she always had an interest in real estate but didn't have access to the entry point. Being a male dominated industry, Twana had a very hard time linking with women that specialized in real estate investments. After being introduced to a woman who shared the same goals, Twana planted her feet in the Atlanta real estate market.

Fulton County to Host Information Workshop for Future Homeowners

Fulton County to Host Information Workshop for Future Homeowners

Fulton County residents with dreams of owning a home are invited to attend a “Do You Dream of Owning Your Own Home?” information session on Tuesday, June 26, 2012.  Future homebuyers can learn more about all eligibility requirements of the Home Ownership Program (HOP) and the Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP).  The workshop hosted by the Department of Housing and Human Services Office of Housing and Community Development will be held from 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. at the South Fulton Service Center.  The Service Center is located at 5600 Stonewall Tell Road in College Park, Georgia 30349.

ST Residential starts 2012 with multiple sellouts

ST Residential starts 2012 with multiple sellouts

ATLANTA – ST Residential celebrates a strong start to 2012, announcing three sellouts since January at Horizon at Wildwood, Luxe and Serrano. Another sellout is not far behind, with 95% of The Townhomes at One River Place sold after a dramatic increase in traffic in the last quarter. Additionally, Atlanta’s premier eco-friendly high rise, The Brookwood, is leading the Buckhead submarket with the most net sales for the fourth straight quarter, and is currently over 50% sold.

We’re seeing strong demand at all of our communities in Atlanta” says John Huckaby, senior vice president of ST Residential.  “Limited supply for new construction condominiums and low interest rates has certainly helped strengthen the market.”

City of Atlanta Joins Wells Fargo for NeighborhoodLIFT

City of Atlanta Joins Wells Fargo for NeighborhoodLIFT

Are you ready to buy a condo or a house?  Do you want to live in the City of Atlanta?  Would you like to have a minimum of $15,000 in down payment assistance?  If your answer is yes, you should make plans to register for NeighborhoodLIFT, a Wells Fargo home buyer event.  The bank will pre-qualify potential buyers with good credit and the required paper work in hand.  Visit www.neighborhoodlift.com to register and to see a list of documents to bring with you.

Atlanta Beltline, Inc. Hosts One-Day Sales Event At Lofts At Reynoldstown Crossing

Atlanta Beltline, Inc. Hosts One-Day Sales Event At Lofts At Reynoldstown Crossing

ATLANTA (December 5, 2011) – As part of its mission to create affordable workforce housing, Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI) acquired the former “Triumph Lofts” development from a receivership to provide critically-needed affordable for-sale housing in an increasingly desirable part of the city. The new highly-appointed, spacious two-bedroom, two-bath lofts will be sold in a one-day sales event featuring a drawing of qualified buyers making under $68,000 - the Atlanta area median income - on Saturday, December 10.

CASTLEBERRY POINT ANNOUNCES NEW BELOW-MARKET PRICING

CASTLEBERRY POINT ANNOUNCES NEW BELOW-MARKET PRICING

ATLANTA (November 22, 2011) – Miller Gallman, the developer of Castleberry Point, located in historic Castleberry Hill, has drastically reduced pricing on studios, one- and two-bedroom homes in order to sell out by the end of 2011. The mixed-use, flat-iron development combines the best of urban design with the neighborhood’s historic industrial character in a bustling community of art galleries, restaurants and shops.

“Our new pricing makes living in this vibrant arts district more accessible to potential homebuyers,” says Miller Gallman developer Jerry Miller.

DOWNTOWN: Condo owners lose lawsuit over skyline views

DOWNTOWN: Condo owners lose lawsuit over skyline views

ATLANTA -- Georgia's highest court has ruled in favor of developers in a lawsuit brought by eight people who say they purchased condominiums in Atlanta under false promises of views of the downtown skyline.

The Georgia Supreme Court decided unanimously to reverse a Georgia Court of Appeals ruling. The condo owners had sued Novare Group, Inc. after a 46-story high-rise was built across the street from their 26-story building, Twelve Atlantic Station Hotels and Residences.

The owners said they had paid a premium for units with "spectacular city views."

In an opinion released Monday, the high court noted that the owners' arguments were based oral statements and that those statements contradicted the signed purchase agreements, which specifically said views could change over time due to circumstances including additional development.