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April 20, 2015

HOMEAID PARTNERS WITH BRIGHTWATER HOMES TO ASSIST THE DRAKE HOUSE

Brightwater Michael & RyanOn Thursday April 9, HomeAid Atlanta joined forces with volunteers from Brightwater Homes for a HomeAid Care Day at The Drake House in Roswell.  The staff of Brightwater Homes volunteered their time, working all day to install doors and trim throughout the Drake Center, which now houses a new teen center and classrooms as well as administrative offices and a food pantry.

Charlie Bostwick of Brightwater Homes remarked, “We have really been looking forward to working with HomeAid Atlanta on a project like this. I’m so glad to have had the opportunity to come out to help and give back in a meaningful way. We look forward to working with HomeAid Atlanta again soon.”

The Drake Center is currently undergoing a major renovation and expansion to add a new teen center, classrooms, expand the food pantry and other updates by HomeAid with volunteer builder captain Vincent Longo of Vincent Longo Custom Builders.  According to Longo, the trim and door installation work donated by the Brightwater Homes volunteer crew is valued at over $5,000. The volunteers also helped clean an apartment in The Drake House’s transitional housing facility, organize a storage shed and complete some landscaping work. Charlie Bostwick (1)

About HomeAid Atlanta:  Founded in 2001, HomeAid Atlanta is a nonprofit organization that builds new lives for homeless families and individuals through housing and community outreach. HomeAid is the charitable arm of the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association, providing its members as well as community building industry groups outreach opportunities through its build projects. To date, HomeAid Atlanta has completed 53 housing developments and care days for victims of domestic violence, teen mothers, abused and abandoned children, and more. For more information about HomeAid Atlanta visit www.homeaidatlanta.org.

Brightwater HomesAbout The Drake House: The Drake House is a crisis residential assessment center for homeless women and children in the North Fulton area. The organization provides immediate residential housing combined with an empowerment program designed to provide stability for the children and assist the family in working toward housing self-sufficiency. For more information about The Drake House, visit www.thedrakehouse.org.

About Brightwater Homes: Brightwater Homes is a North Atlanta home builder in specializing in single family homes.  The company’s design strategy focuses on architecture, livability, and value. For more about Brightwater Homes visit www.brightwaterhomes.com.  

October 21, 2014

Atlanta Chapter of 50+ Housing Council: Focused and Forward-Thinking

Since its inception in 2005, the Atlanta Chapter of the 50+ Housing Council has grown to one of the nation’s largest 50+ councils. This expert consortium of housing professionals, including builders, construction companies, marketing professionals, financial experts and senior living communities strongly supports the 50+ Housing Council mission: to bring its members the best information, education, and research about the booming 50+ active adult housing market.

The Atlanta 50+ Housing Council focuses on several vital areas of interest to its members and the general GAHBA membership. Some of this year’s new initiatives include:

  1. The launch of the Atlanta 50+ Housing Council’s new website and newsletter.
  2. The introduction and support of the Georgia-wide ALL Homes Program.
  3. Targeted advocacy on behalf of its members, and participation by Atlanta 50+ Housing Council board members in national NAHB events.

New Atlanta 50+ Housing Council website and newsletter:

Steve Hess, Vice President with Atlanta New Homes Directory and member of the 50+ Council and on the 50+ Housing Council’s2014 Board of Directors, designed and built a brand new website that was launched in August 2014. In addition, a new monthly newsletter was also introduced.

“We are the voice of the 50+ housing industry in Atlanta, and we want our voice to be loud and clear,” says Hess. “Our objective is to be a leading source of information and research on the active adult, independent living, service-enriched and assisted-living markets, and an updated and streamlined website is a major and necessary tool for our members.”

The website (50plusatlanta.net) highlights the focus of the 50+ Council and

  • elucidates on its mission and that of the Greater Atlanta HBA;
  • lists events and upcoming speakers;
  • provides information on sponsors, members and active adult and senior communities in the greater Atlanta area, and
  • invites interested professionals to join the rapidly growing membership of the 50+ Council.

ALL Home Program

The 50+ Council is a strong supporter of the HBAG ALL Home Program. A Liveable Lifestyle Home is a voluntary certification program where design features built into a new or within a remodeled home promote a liveable and accessible lifestyle – something that is highly desirable for the growing number of clients who make up the 50+ housing market.

“Today’s consumers, including boomers and seniors, are interested in having a home that includes features like an accessible path with no steps into their home, and a home with wider doorways,” notes Bettie Sleeth, Consultant, Regulatory Affairs with the Home Builders Association of Georgia. “The ALL Home program is for builders, remodelers and consumers in all price points and home types.” ALL Homes’ new website provides lots of information about this new initiative that is embraced by the Atlanta 50+ Housing Council.

According to Jim Chapman, Founding Member and Chairman of the ALL Home Program, Board Member of the Atlanta 50+ Housing Council as well as a member of the Board of Trustees of the NAHB 50+ Housing Council: “It is very important for the Atlanta 50+ Housing Council to educate as many builders, as well as consumers, about the ALL Home Program.

“We have designed the ALL Program in such a way that it is easy for builders to incorporate the program’s features, and encourage as many builders in the 50+ housing market to get on board. We are certain that this designation adds real value to a home, and that it will certainly improve the quality of life of the residents who select an ALL Home.”

Getting Involved On behalf of the 50+ Council Membership

Members of the Atlanta 50+ Housing Council maintain a national tie with all other NAHB 50+ Housing Council members by serving on committees focused on Editorial & Articles for the online magazine, National Awards and Events and Educational Programs focused on the 50+ housing market at the annual International Builder Show in Las Vegas. This year’s IBS will be held on January 20 – 22, 2015. To learn more about attending the show and the 50+ Educational Programs, visit http://buildersshow.com/Home/.

“Be sure to attend the 50+ Housing Awards Presentation on Wednesday, Jan 21 [2:30 PM - 4:30 PM],” says Chapman. “Come join your peers for a networking reception, followed by a presentation of the winners of the 2015 Best of 50+ Housing Awards. Enjoy seeing the best homes and communities designed to appeal to the mature buyer, as well as the best marketing campaigns, the best lifestyle programming and examples of state-of-the-art innovation. It’s a complete package: meet, mingle, learn something new and fresh, and wind down after a busy day. Tickets are $35 which includes hors d’oeuvres and open bar.”

At the most recent 2014 NAHB Fall Board Meetings in Phoenix, Betsy Sheppard, president of Gilbert & Sheppard Group and an active member of the NAHB’s 50+ Housing Council’s Board of Trustees, participated in the Board of Trustees meeting which focused on the 50+ Council’s activities across the country. Sheppard notes that “One of the best ways to get involved in the NAHB 50+ Council is to volunteer your time and talent working on a committee. To learn more about joining a NAHB 50+ Housing Council committee, contact pbasso@nahb.org.”

More Reasons to Join the Atlanta 50+ Housing Council

The ‘silver tsunami’ is an apt description of the booming growth of the housing needs of active adults, whose numbers will grow exponentially in the next twelve years.

Building appropriate, liveable housing for this market, and responding to the market’s needs in a thoughtful, educated way will ensure success for members of the Atlanta 50+ Housing Council. Being a part of the 50+ Council will provide the education, training, advocacy, representation, and networking builders and vendors need - now and in the years to come.

“As a member, you will receive excellent exposure throughout the industry. You will enjoy many networking and educational opportunities. You will be part of a focused and forward-thinking group of dedicated professionals who appreciate that education and training are the cornerstone of your continued success,” says Chapman. “I look forward to welcoming you to our next meeting!”

To join the Atlanta 50+ Housing Council, please visit www.50plusatlanta.net/#home.

To learn more about the ALL Home Program, please contact Betty Sleeth at bsleeth@hbag.org.

October 17, 2014

Atlanta Chapter of 50+ Housing Council: Focused and Forward-Thinking

Since its inception in 2005, the Atlanta Chapter of the 50+ Housing Council has grown to one of the nation’s largest 50+ councils. This expert consortium of housing professionals, including builders, construction companies, marketing professionals, financial experts and senior living communities strongly supports the 50+ Housing Council mission: to bring its members the best information, education, and research about the booming 50+ active adult housing market.

The Atlanta 50+ Housing Council focuses on several vital areas of interest to its members and the general GAHBA membership. Some of this year’s new initiatives include:

1.    The launch of the Atlanta 50+ Housing Council’s new website and newsletter.
2.    The introduction and support of the Georgia-wide ALL Homes Program.
3.    Targeted advocacy on behalf of its members, and participation by Atlanta 50+ Housing Council board members in national NAHB events.

New Atlanta 50+ Housing Council website and newsletter:

Steve Hess, Vice President with Atlanta New Homes Directory and member of the 50+ Council and on the 50+ Housing Council’s2014 Board of Directors, designed and built a brand new website that was launched in August 2014. In addition, a new monthly newsletter was also introduced.

“We are the voice of the 50+ housing industry in Atlanta, and we want our voice to be loud and clear,” says Hess. “Our objective is to be a leading source of information and research on the active adult, independent living, service-enriched and assisted-living markets, and an updated and streamlined website is a major and necessary tool for our members.”

The website (50plusatlanta.net) highlights the focus of the 50+ Council and
•    elucidates on its mission and that of the Greater Atlanta HBA;
•    lists events and upcoming speakers;
•    provides information on sponsors, members and active adult and senior communities in the greater Atlanta area, and invites interested professionals to join the rapidly growing membership of the 50+ Council.

ALL Home Program

The 50+ Council is a strong supporter of the HBAG ALL Home Program. A Liveable Lifestyle Home is a voluntary certification program where design features built into a new or within a remodeled home promote a liveable and accessible lifestyle – something that is highly desirable for the growing number of clients who make up the 50+ housing market.

“Today’s consumers, including boomers and seniors, are interested in having a home that includes features like an accessible path with no steps into their home, and a home with wider doorways,” notes Bettie Sleeth, Consultant, Regulatory Affairs with the Home Builders Association of Georgia. “The ALL Home program is for builders, remodelers and consumers in all price points and home types.” ALL Homes’ new website provides lots of information about this new initiative that is embraced by the Atlanta 50+ Housing Council.

According to Jim Chapman, Founding Member and Chairman of the ALL Home Program, Board Member of the Atlanta 50+ Housing Council as well as a member of the Board of Trustees of the NAHB 50+ Housing Council: “It is very important for the Atlanta 50+ Housing Council to educate as many builders, as well as consumers, about the ALL Home Program.

“We have designed the ALL Program in such a way that it is easy for builders to incorporate the program’s features, and encourage as many builders in the 50+ housing market to get on board. We are certain that this designation adds real value to a home, and that it will certainly improve the quality of life of the residents who select an ALL Home.”

Getting Involved On behalf of the 50+ Council Membership

Members of the Atlanta 50+ Housing Council maintain a national tie with all other NAHB 50+ Housing Council members by serving on committees focused on Editorial & Articles for the online magazine, National Awards and Events and Educational Programs focused on the 50+ housing market at the annual International Builder Show in Las Vegas. This year’s IBS will be held on January 20 – 22, 2015. To learn more about attending the show and the 50+ Educational Programs, visit http://buildersshow.com/Home/.

“Be sure to attend the 50+ Housing Awards Presentation on Wednesday, Jan 21 [2:30 PM - 4:30 PM],” says Chapman. “Come join your peers for a networking reception, followed by a presentation of the winners of the 2015 Best of 50+ Housing Awards. Enjoy seeing the best homes and communities designed to appeal to the mature buyer, as well as the best marketing campaigns, the best lifestyle programming and examples of state-of-the-art innovation. It’s a complete package: meet, mingle, learn something new and fresh, and wind down after a busy day. Tickets are $35 which includes hors d’oeuvres and open bar.”

At the most recent 2014 NAHB Fall Board Meetings in Phoenix, Betsy Sheppard, president of Gilbert & Sheppard Group and an active member of the NAHB’s 50+ Housing Council’s Board of Trustees, participated in the Board of Trustees meeting which focused on the 50+ Council’s activities across the country. Sheppard notes that “One of the best ways to get involved in the NAHB 50+ Council is to volunteer your time and talent working on a committee. To learn more about joining a NAHB 50+ Housing Council committee, contact pbasso@nahb.org.”


More Reasons to Join the Atlanta 50+ Housing Council

The ‘silver tsunami’ is an apt description of the booming growth of the housing needs of active adults, whose numbers will grow exponentially in the next twelve years.

Building appropriate, liveable housing for this market, and responding to the market’s needs in a thoughtful, educated way will ensure success for members of the Atlanta 50+ Housing Council. Being a part of the 50+ Council will provide the education, training, advocacy, representation, and networking builders and vendors need - now and in the years to come.

“As a member, you will receive excellent exposure throughout the industry. You will enjoy many networking and educational opportunities. You will be part of a focused and forward-thinking group of dedicated professionals who appreciate that education and training are the cornerstone of your continued success,” says Chapman. “I look forward to welcoming you to our next meeting!”

To join the Atlanta 50+ Housing Council, please visit www.50plusatlanta.net/#home.

To learn more about the ALL Home Program, please contact Betty Sleeth at bsleeth@hbag.org.

June 04, 2014

ESSENTIALS FOR YOUNG LIVES® DRIVE HELPS HOMELESS MOMS & BABIES

HomeaidHomeAid Atlanta’s 13th annual drive shatters prior collection record!

ATLANTA – May 14, 2014 – Metro Atlanta area companies, community organizations and individuals radically increased their support of HomeAid Atlanta’s 13th annual Essentials for Young Lives® Drive, held April 28 – May 6 in honor of Mother’s Day.  Donations gathered through the community-wide drive included diapers, baby wipes, baby food, formula and baby hygiene products, in an effort to provide aid to one of the fastest growing segments of the homeless population – women with children.  Combined efforts brought in over 155,000 items, a total of more than double the 2013 record collection, with a value of almost $45,000.  HomeAid distributed everything collected through the drive to local nonprofit organizations serving homeless families.

On Friday, May 9, just in time for Mother’s Day, Atlanta-based UPS teamed up with HomeAid Atlanta for the eighth year to assist with delivering the thousands of items collected to sixteen local nonprofit organizations that provide housing and supportive services to homeless families and young children.  Many of these organizations operate facilities that have been built in partnership with HomeAid Atlanta, including:
Action Ministries (Atlanta), Atlanta Dream Center (Atlanta), Community Advanced Practice Nurses (Atlanta), Decatur Cooperative Ministry (Decatur), Genesis Shelter (Atlanta), HavenATL (Atlanta), HomeStretch (Roswell), My House (Cherokee County), Nicholas House (Atlanta), Our House (Decatur), Out of Darkness (Atlanta), Partnership Against Domestic Violence (Atlanta), Phoenix Pass (Conyers), Rainbow Village (Duluth), Sheltering Arms Early Education & Family Centers (Atlanta), and The Drake House (Roswell).

After deliveries were completed, the first-ever Essentials Celebration was held at Genesis Shelter, which serves homeless babies under six months of age and their families.  Several speakers shared about the positive strides HomeAid is making to help Atlanta’s homeless population.  After the lunch and program, attendees were given an exclusive tour of Genesis Shelter.

Businesses, community organizations and individuals throughout metro Atlanta assisted HomeAid by collecting essential baby items from amongst their employees, associates, friends and families.  Groups hosting collections were Ameris Bank, Atlanta Fine Homes -Sotheby’s International Realty, Atlanta Sales and Marketing Council, Bank of America, Boral Industries, Brock Built, CBRE, Inc., CharterBank, Coldwell Banker NRT Development Advisors, Dal-tile Corporation, Epworth United Methodist Church & Day School, FrontDoor Communities, Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association, Guaranty Mortgage, JEH Homes, John Willis Homes, Kiwanis of Druid Hills, Kiwanis of Northlake-Tucker, Mast Custom Cabinets, Monte Hewett Homes, Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP, Northwest Exterminating, O’Kelley & Sorohan, Attorneys at Law, Oneida Builders, Professional Women in Building Council, Ryland Homes, Sharp Eye Contracting, Sherwin-Williams Paint, State Bank & Trust Company, SunTrust Bank, Technology Dependent Intensive Care Unit at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta-Scottish Rite, UBS, Upper Cervical Chiropractic of Georgia, Waterford Homes, and Weissman, Nowack, Curry & Wilco P.C.

These donations provide critical support to the recipient organizations and the families they serve.  Recent Point-in-Time Studies showed that over 60,000 individuals experience homelessness in Georgia each year, with more than 60% of homeless persons in households with children (GA Alliance to End Homelessness).  Atlanta is the poorest city in the U.S. for children - more children in Atlanta live in poverty than in any other city (Metro Atlanta Task Force for the Homeless).  It is clear why the donated baby items were a welcome sight for HomeAid’s service provider partners.  

At the close of this year’s drive, Laura Rappold, Director of Case Management and Community Relations at Action Ministries Atlanta said, “Thank you so much for the incredibly generous donation you made to Action Ministries Housing.  The diapers, wipes, baby food and crib will make a huge difference to our families as they work their way toward self-sufficiency.  We are so honored that you included our organization in this fantastic project.  We put everything on the shelves on Friday afternoon, and when I walked in this morning, more than half of it had already gone out to families in our programs.  Thank you again for all you do - you make a huge difference!”

The Essentials for Young Lives Drive was first launched in Atlanta in 2002 and since then more than 589,000 essential baby items have been distributed to homeless mothers and their babies.
Visit www.facebook.com/homeaidatlanta to see photos from the collection, or click here to see more photos from the drive.


About HomeAid Atlanta:
Founded in 2001, HomeAid Atlanta is a nonprofit organization working in partnership with the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association, and is a local chapter of HomeAid America, a leading national provider of transitional housing for the temporarily homeless. HomeAid builds new lives for homeless families and individuals through housing and community outreach.  HomeAid acts as the housing developer and liaison between homeless service providers, builders, trade partners and community donors and volunteers.  To date, HomeAid Atlanta has completed 18 housing developments that serve the temporarily homeless, including victims of domestic violence, teen mothers, abused and abandoned children, and homeless families.  For more information about HomeAid Atlanta, visit www.homeaidatlanta.org.

April 14, 2014

Professional Women in Building Atlanta Chapter Present: The View Part II

Differences and Similarities, creating Homes and Neighborhoods for 50+ Boomers and Millennials.
PWB50Plus
Panelists:
Lita Dirks - Interior Designer; CEO Denver-based Lita Dirks & Co.
Jackie Benson - Marketing; J Benson Marketing
Kevin Aycock - Builder; Aycock Properties, Inc.

Moderator: Irene Hall - Pulte Homes

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16th
Registration & Networking: 11:15am | Lunch & Program Begins: 11:45am

VILLA CHRISTINA- 4000 Summit Blvd. | Atlanta, GA 30319

Registration Information
PWB & 50+ Members: $30
Non PWB/50+ Members: $40
Non HBA Members: $50
Please pre-register to avoid the $15 walk-in fee.

To Register: www.atlantahomebuilders.com/classes-events/?event_id=49883

Questions? msaunders@atlantahba.com | Fax: 770-934-8363

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE FULL FLYER FOR MORE DETAILS >>

April 04, 2014

Tech Trends in Marketing

ANHD_MobileThe Top 6 Mobile Trends in Sales & Marketing
Trending Now, 6 things you should know.
6 Major Trends to follow in Marketing
Majoring on the top 6 trends to follow in New Home Marketing
    
1. Mobile! Mobile! Mobile! just about sums up the marketing trends this year. It has finally hit the mainstream. So we are all familiar with the terms and even many of the gadgets associated with it. What we’re looking for now is how is it changing and how can we best utilize it in it’s current growing state.
    
According to StatCounter Global Stats, Mobile Traffic is growing at a rate of 1.5x per year and is likely to maintain that speed or accelerate. In Dec. of 2008 we were in a growth spurt of .9 percent; fast forward to Dec. 2013 and we were at 15 percent. In charting the steady steep incline year by year, the trajectory grid maps out that by Dec. 2014 we will be at or over 30 percent growth of Global Internet Traffic. In addition, the shared digital information has grown 9 times as fast in the last five years. Part of the reason behind this is mobile in general is getting easier by demand. We want apps and programs that intuitively read our minds, do our work for us, and keep it all in the same logical place. A back up system for our brain, if you will.

2. QR codes are more prevalent now than ever before. Scan and be scanned seems to be the phrase used for everything from prices, coupons, payments, notifications and even boarding passes. There are those who say the QR code is going away, but the data just doesn't support that statement. According to ScannLife the 2nd Quarter of 2013 saw 4 million new QR code scanners worldwide showing that as in the previous years, usage continues to go up! Users tend to scan QR codes 3 times per month, which is up 22% from the previous quarter. Tablets using scanning apps have increased by a whopping 1300% from just 1 year ago. Clearly, the use of QR codes used in marketing is not going away anytime soon.
    
Although print is not dead, it certainly is not the main way we do business, or research, or even share our knowledge anymore, that is especially true for the New Homes Market. As marketers and consumers we want to find the quickest, easiest, most reliable and cost-effective ways to market and purchase our goods, whether it’s a new home or just getting a pizza delivered. We want our information out there, fast and available for everyone to see and share instantly with anyone anywhere!  
    
3. We must realize the need to measure cost verses outcome. What is mobile costing us, and what are the returns on that dollar? The need to stretch the marketing dollar, has never been more competitive, so much so that we are pulling from our in house resources and consolidating our cost.
We need one system, in place of our previous 3 or 4 systems, to keep it simple, saving time and resources.
    
4. Pre-visualization, think of where your goals are now, verses where they are going, or should be going. There are companies out there with large teams dedicated to just that. So even if you are a small company, don’t overlook the need for vision. Get a plan to keep you on track to achieve overall growth. Always be thinking, what comes next, and where do go from here? Only you can answer those questions for your business and yourself.
    
5. Use social media, it’s a resource that allows smaller companies to leverage the playing field with their larger competitors. How do you communicate with your customers? How do you get them your content, and how do they know about your new products and services? Social Media, should be at least part of the answer to those questions.

Blogging is and will remain one of the best ways to generate new business. Have great content, and keep it updated. This will drive traffic back to your site and generate new leads.
    
6. Last but far from least, avoid the pitfalls of technology,  as good as it all is, we still need the personal touch, we need good customer service, and we need capable people on our teams, to best utilize, study and keep up the technology out there. People who take the knowledge and hand it to our customers and clients, in neat well thought out packages, making it easy for them to use.
    
This article is sponsored by one of the leading New Home marketers, Atlanta New Homes Directory, who realized early on the importance of mobile in selling new homes. They were the first to launch QR codes and mobile websites for individual new home communities. This has enabled anyone to walk up to a yard sign, or ad whether it’s at a physical location, or on their computer, scan the code or key in URL and get instant information on the home or even presale information. It provides a wealth of knowledge to the clients, such as, prices, photos, contacts, schools, community information, builder information, and much more. In addition, all the information can be linked to other sources such as a CRM system which can then generate reports for marketing directors and builders!
 
They also have had over 5,000 posts to their blog in the last 6 years, and utilize YouTube and Facebook as well.
Atlanta New Homes Directory has implemented all the above trends and speaks from experience that these trends are tried and true. For more information visit us on line at AtlantaNewHomesDirectory.com
    
    Written by Doris James
    Creative Director
    AtlantaNewHomesDirectory.com

January 28, 2014

HOMEAID ATLANTA ANNOUNCES AWARD WINNERS

Builder and PresidentsAwards honor Builder of the Year, Trade Partner of the Year and Volunteer of the Year

ATLANTA – Jan. 16, 2014 – On Jan. 15, HomeAid Atlanta announced the recipients of its eighth annual awards during the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association’s Installation and Awards Program at Villa Christina.  Awards were presented for Builder of the Year, Trade Partner of the Year and Volunteer of the Year.  These awards honor organizations and individuals demonstrating great commitment to HomeAid Atlanta and its mission of building new lives for homeless families and individuals through housing and community outreach.

 



The three award recipients were:

  • 2013 Builder of the Year – Mike Smith, Harcrest Homes
  • 2013 Trade Partner of the Year – Marketing RELEVANCE, Carol Morgan
  • 2013 Volunteer of the Year – Monica Love Phillips of Bank of America

 

The award recipients are knowledgeable and passionate about HomeAid Atlanta’s mission and are committed to improving Atlanta’s homeless crisis.  They have given generously of their time and talents in their respective roles. Volunteer Monica Love Phillips

 

      “It is both a privilege and an honor to recognize our award winners for their selfless and generous contributions.  I read that ‘the quality of your life will be determined by the quality of your contribution’, and we are so grateful that you chose to make a difference through HomeAid,” said Dale McCain-Boyd, president of HomeAid Atlanta.  “We thank you and celebrate all that you have done to further advance our mission in 2013.”

 

The HomeAid Atlanta Builder of the Year Award honors a devoted builder advocate of HomeAid Atlanta.  Mike Smith of Harcrest Homes has been involved with HomeAid Atlanta through Project Playhouse, HomeAid Care Days, and he is the current volunteer Builder Captain for HomeAid’s build project at Rainbow Village in Duluth.  Months of planning have already been dedicated to this project with many more to follow.  Mike is an active member of the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association (HBA), served as the 2011 President of the HBA and is the current President of the Housing Institute (Certified Professional Home Builders). 

Trade Partner Carol Morgan mRELEVANCEThe HomeAid Atlanta Trade Partner of the Year Award honors an extraordinary non-builder partner of HomeAid Atlanta.  For the first time ever, a marketing/PR company was chosen for this award.  The 2013 winner, Marketing RELEVANCE, is a full-service marketing company run by Carol Morgan in Atlanta and Mitch Levinson in Chicago.  Since 2008, they have generously helped spread the word about HomeAid’s good works and activities through numerous blog postings on Atlanta Real Estate Forum.com, through guest spots on their radio program, and more.  Carol served HomeAid as a past member of its Marketing and PR committee.   She was the 2012 Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association Council Chairperson of the year and is the 2014 Chair of the National Association of Home Builders Professional Women in Building council.  

The HomeAid Atlanta Volunteer of the Year Award was presented to a dedicated volunteer for her outstanding service.  In 2013, Monica Love Phillips served HomeAid on the committee for HomeAid’s Essentials for Young Lives Drive for the second year.  She helped organize the drive, involve new collection sites, gather/sort donations, and deliver items to organizations around Atlanta.  Monica volunteered for a HomeAid Care Day with Bank of America, at the silent auction, and assisted at the Installation & Awards Ceremony.  Since 2007 she has been at Bank of America and works as an Assistant Vice President and Portfolio Management Officer for Bank of America’s Home Builder Division.

The award winners were nominated by HomeAid Atlanta’s board of directors and staff, and selected based on their service and commitment to HomeAid Atlanta and its mission. Congratulations to all the award recipients!

About HomeAid Atlanta: Founded in 2001, HomeAid Atlanta is a nonprofit organization working in partnership with the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association, and is a local chapter of HomeAid America, a leading national provider of transitional housing for the temporarily homeless.  HomeAid builds new lives for homeless families and individuals through housing and community outreach.  To date, HomeAid Atlanta has completed 16 housing developments that serve the temporarily homeless, including victims of domestic violence, teen mothers, abused and abandoned children, and homeless families.  Additionally, over 20 community service projects have been completed through our HomeAid Cares program, assisting ten local agencies with free repairs and upgrades valued at over $200,000 for their facilities that serve the homeless.  For more information about HomeAid Atlanta, visit www.homeaidatlanta.org.  

October 28, 2013

HOMEAID ATLANTA AND OVERHEAD DOOR COMPANY OF ATLANTA MAKE IMPROVEMENTS AT HOME SERVING YOUNG HOMELESS MOTHERS

Image001Fairburn, GA – HomeAid Atlanta, in partnership Overhead Door Company of Atlanta, completed a HomeAid Care Day at Tapestry Youth Ministries’ Second Chance home in Fairburn on Saturday, September 28.
 
Thirteen employees of Overhead Door Company of Atlanta volunteered for the event.  Overhead Door Co. put forth a tremendous effort throughout the day to assist with repairs for Tapestry, a group serving homeless teenage mothers and their babies/toddlers. HomeAid Atlanta completed an addition to this home in 2005 with builder captains Mayfield Homes and The Knight Group.

“Overhead Door Company of Atlanta has partnered with HomeAid Atlanta for three projects.  Each time we work with this group we are amazed at their abilities.  These men and women bring a true desire to help others who are working to rebuild their lives.  In 2012, Overhead Door Company was named the HomeAid Volunteer Group of the Year.  The amount of work they accomplish in one day is unbelievable, and every person who attends is a pleasure to work with.  We look forward to a long relationship with this outstanding company,” said Jean Hilyard, Program Manager for HomeAid Atlanta.

The Overhead Door Co. crew fixed the wooden fence around the property, rebuilt a gate, replaced all the screens on the patio, replaced rotten wood on the shed, built new shed doors, pressure washed around the house, fixed an interior door, and helped with a ton of landscape work.  The improvements and repairs were made at no cost to Tapestry Youth Ministries and are valued at $4,000.

“HomeAid Atlanta builds and maintains dignified housing where transitionally homeless can rebuild their lives. We assist our partners by helping by performing needed improvements, renovation or new construction projects.  This allows them to put their money into the programs that transform lives instead of fixing fences and other maintenance work.  The cost to run programs like Tapestry’s is very high.  However, this cost is completely worth it when lives are saved,” stated Ms. Hilyard. IMG_6995

Other individuals and companies who helped with this project include HomeAid Board member, Carl Riden of Redmont Homes, Oz Pizza in Fairburn, and Rutha Greene from Tapestry Youth Ministries.

About HomeAid Atlanta:
Founded in 2001, HomeAid Atlanta is a nonprofit organization working in partnership with the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association, and is a local chapter of HomeAid America, a leading national provider of transitional housing for the temporarily homeless. The HomeAid mission is to build and maintain dignified housing where homeless families and individuals can rebuild their lives. HomeAid acts as the housing developer and liaison between homeless service providers, builders, trade partners and community donors and volunteers.  To date, HomeAid Atlanta has completed 16 housing developments that serve the temporarily homeless, including victims of domestic violence, teen mothers, abused and abandoned children, and homeless families.  Additionally, over 20 community service projects have been completed through our HomeAid Cares program, assisting ten local agencies with free repairs and upgrades valued at over $200,000 for their facilities that serve the homeless.  For more information about HomeAid Atlanta, visit www.homeaidatlanta.org

About Tapestry Youth Ministries:
Tapestry Youth Ministries (Tapestry) was established to provide a safe home to young girls living in either unsafe or unstable environments.  Many of these girls had babies, but refused to enter state custody for fear of being separated from their children. There were residential care facilities for young mothers aged 17 and older, but nothing was in place for mothers under the age of 17 years.  In 1999, Tapestry opened its first home to provide a safe, structured, nurturing environment where teen moms can experience quality home life and positive development.  Tapestry’s homes are in College Park and Fairburn, Georgia.  Tapestry provides its residents with housing, case management, parenting skills training, continued education, mentoring and coaching, childcare services, and independent living skills.  Read more: www.tapestryyouth.org

About Overhead Door Company of Atlanta:
The leader in residential garage doors, Overhead Door Company of Atlanta has a large selection in colors and styles from which to choose.  Traditional Steel doors, custom wood Signature Carriage Collection, and more, Overhead Door has a door to match your budget.  Weekend garage door repair service and free in-home replacement estimates mean that a safe and properly performing garage door is only a phone call away.  Overhead Door Company of Atlanta has been awarded the prestigious 2012 Angie's List Super Service Award, an honor bestowed annually on approximately five percent of all the companies rated on the nation's leading provider of consumer reviews on local service companies.  Angie's List Super Service Award winners have met strict eligibility requirements including earning a minimum number of reports, an exemplary rating from their customers and abiding by Angie's List operational guidelines.  Learn more at www.overheaddooratlanta.com.

February 28, 2013

The Atlanta Home Building Industry Goes Hollywood!

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The Movie Industry is big business in Atlanta!  With the added income tax incentive for qualified productions, Hollywood has planted roots in the South, and movies like The Blindside, Parental Guidance and Flight have been shot in Atlanta Communities!  On Tuesday, February 26th, several members of the Atlanta real estate industry attended "Lights! Camera! Georgia!" to learn more about how the Atlanta home building industry has gone Hollywood.

Speaker Sarah DeLart, the North Fulton Camera Ready Liaison for the GA Film and Television Industry, discussed how Georgia developed a tax credit program, how North Fulton became "Camera Ready," the process of how sites are selected, and which films have landed in North Fulton. 

Speaker Deshana Wiggins, Executive Assistant to the Interim Directory of Special Events and Senior Film/Special Event Coordinator for the Mayor's  Office, discussed the permitting process for filming activity on City streets, lanes and sidewalks in Atlanta.  She also presented information on how the City of Atlanta welcomes and accommodates production companies and ensures a memorable experience.

 

Among those in attendance were (L to R):

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Kelly Kenton Fink - VP of Sales and Marketing, The Providence Group of Georgia, LLC
Doris James  - Creative Director, Atlanta New Homes Directory
Laura Kowski - The Providence Group of Georgia, LLC

 

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Bruce Henderson and Susanne Suzanne Spivey - About Sales
Laura Watkins  - President, Marketing Results, Inc
Doris James  - Creative Director, Atlanta New Homes Directory

 

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Sam Bass   - VP Sales & Marketing, Acadia Homes
Doris James  - Creative Director, Atlanta New Homes Directory

 

 


February 04, 2013

Atlanta Mission's Fuqua Hall Gets a Facelift, Thanks to HomeAid Atlanta

WHEN:    Friday, February 8, 2013, 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm  (Brief remarks at 2 pm, and an open house until 4 pm)

WHERE:    Fuqua Hall, 144 Mills Street, Atlanta 30313  (Free parking is available in the lot directly across the street)

WHO:    

  • Atlanta Mission - President & CEO, Jim Reese; Manager of Volunteer Services, Ivan Rouse; Fuqua Hall Director; additional board members
  • HomeAid Atlanta - Board President, Sandy Andrew (AtlantaNewHomesDirectory.com); Board Members and Builder Captains for project; Carl Riden (Redmont Homes); Dan Mattox (Builders II); Program Manager, Jean Hilyard; additional board members
  • City of Atlanta Council Members and Mayor have been invited

On Friday, February 8, Atlanta Mission will unveil HomeAid Atlanta's kitchen renovation at Atlanta Mission's Fuqua Hall.  The Atlanta Mission is a transitional home that serves men on their way to self-sufficiency.  While the home has a cafeteria, the men did not have a range in the kitchen for cooking lessons or to cook their own meals if necessary.  This HomeAid project provided the kitchen with its first range, along with new cabinets, countertops, backsplash, flooring, ventilation, and a fire suppression system for the range hood.  In addition, new appliances were installed, including a dishwasher, garbage disposal, commercial refrigerators, and freezers.

This HomeAid project was led by Carl Riden of Redmont Homes and Dan Mattox of Builders II.  Atlanta Mission's Ivan Rouse and Rev. Bob Vann were instrumental in this partnership to complete the kitchen.  HomeAid Atlanta thanks the project donors as well.

Leaders from the Atlanta Mission and HomeAid Atlanta will be available for Q&A.  Members of the media are asked to RSVP.

For more information on this event, contact Jean Hilyard at 678-775-1401 or jean_homeaid@atlantahomebuilders.com.

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February 02, 2013

Atlanta Ranked #1 City for Relocation

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For the third year in a row, Atlanta has topped the list of most popular destinations for relocation, according to recent rankings from Penske Truck Rental.  Penske notes that Atlanta is "a diverse city with many cultural attractions" and that "residents enjoy the perks of big cities like New York and Chicago without the cold weather."

If you are looking for new homes in the Atlanta area, look no further than Atlanta New Homes Directory!  Atlanta New Homes Directory showcases the robust metro Atlanta market, currently offering over 2,500 new home communities and over 10,000 new homes in active inventory, plus new home communities offering pre-sale opportunities.

To find your new home in Atlanta, visit us online today at www.AtlantaNewHomesDirectory.com

 

January 18, 2013

Atlanta New Homes Directory is Now on Facebook!

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If you want another way to stay up-to-date on the latest news on new homes in Atlanta, be sure to "like" us on Facebook!  Click here to visit our new Facebook page, and be sure to "share" it with your friends!

Atlanta New Homes Directory has been featuring new home communities in the Atlanta area for almost a decade.  We are excited about this additional avenue to reach home buyers seeking new homes in the Atlanta area!  For expanded information on our featured communities, click here to visit our main website.

November 16, 2012

Brock Built Homes Takes Home Four Gold OBIE Awards from the GAHBA

The Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association awarded Brock Built Homes with four Gold Professionalism Awards (OBIE’s) at the 32nd Annual Awards Ceremony held November 3, 2012 at the Cobb Galleria.

Brock Built Homes was awarded for “Community of the Year – Mixed Use”, “Single Family Builder – Detached -Builds 50+ Homes/Year”, “Single Family-Detached – Urban Redevelopment/Revitalization from $299,999 and under”, and “Single Family – Detached- Urban Redevelopment/Revitalization from $300,000 to $449,999”.

Brock Built Homes entered the esteemed professionalism awards program as a sign of the company’s continued commitment to the housing industry and building excellence. "Winning these awards is a confirmation of the dedication of our team’s efforts to continually focus and provide our customers with the best quality home," says Barbara Glore, Sales and Marketing Manager for Brock Built Homes.

The homes are judged by a panel of experienced industry professionals in the field of housing design,
construction, and marketing. They are sponsored by the Sales and Marketing Council of the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association.  For more information on Brock Built Homes, please visit www.brockbuilt.com.

 

November 15, 2012

Ginny Bryant with Lennar Atlanta named Sales Manager of the Year by the GAHBA Sales and Marketing Council

Atlanta, GA – The Greater Atlanta Homes Builders Association’s Sales and Marketing Council awarded Ginny Bryant with Lennar Atlanta the Gold OBIE for Sales Manager of the Year in their Personal Achievement Category at the 32nd Annual Awards Ceremony held November 3, 2012 at the Cobb Galleria.

Ginny joined Lennar Atlanta in 2010.  She is an accomplished real estate professional with more than 10 years of local and national sales and marketing management expertise. She has a diverse background in sales management having worked with semi-custom homebuilders, production homebuilders and internet marketing companies in the metro Atlanta market. She is a licensed Realtor, a member of the Greater
Atlanta Homebuilder’s Association’s Sales and Marketing Council, works with MUST ministries - a local food bank organization, and a past Committee Chair on the Board of the 50-plus Housing Council. Ginny is a highly respected sales leader in the new homes market who consistently meets and exceeds her goals while growing and training Lennar’s growing team of new home sales professionals. For more information on Lennar, visit www.lennaratlanta.com

 

Her performance for the time period of June 1, 2011 to May 31, 2012 was more than $59 million in closed homes with 231 total units sold. The Personal Achievement candidates are judged by a panel of experienced industry professionals in the field of housing design, construction, and marketing.  

 

Rose Humphrey with Lennar Atlanta named Marketing Director of the Year by the GAHBA Sales and Marketing Council

Atlanta, GA – The Greater Atlanta Homes Builders Association’s Sales and Marketing Council awarded Rose Humphrey with Lennar Atlanta the Gold OBIE for Marketing Director of the Year in their Personal Achievement Category at the 32nd Annual Awards Ceremony held November 3, 2012 at the Cobb Galleria.

Rose joined Lennar Atlanta in 2010 and has over 20 years of marketing expertise.  She is a creative, high-energy marketing professional with extensive expertise in strategic planning, brand development, direct marketing and team leadership. She is a member and serves on the 2013 GAHBA Sales and Marketing Council Board. She is consistently recognized for the ability to develop and implement dynamic programs to attract key audiences and increase market share. Rose is known as a problem solver who
is able to deliver results in demanding environments. For more information on Lennar Atlanta, visit www.lennaratlanta.com

The Personal Achievement candidates are judged by a panel of experienced industry professionals in the field of housing design, construction, and marketing.  The OBIE awards are the highest honor given to Atlanta real estate professionals and home builders.

AtlantaNewHomesDirectory.com Takes GOLD in GAHBA OBIE Awards Ceremony

Atlanta, GA – The Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association Sales
and Marketing Council awarded AtlantaNewHomesDirectory.com with three Gold OBIE
Marketing Awards at the 32nd Annual Awards Ceremony held November 3,
2012 at the Cobb Galleria.

AtlantaNewHomesDirectory.com took the GOLD in three marketing
categories:  Best Logo by an Associate,
Best Audio Video/DVD Promotion and Best Mobile Website by an Associate.  Sandy Andrew, Founder and CEO of
AtlantaNewHomesDirectory.com stated, “We are extremely honored and humbled to
receive these marketing awards. We are committed to providing our builders and real
estate agents with the highest industry standards, quality customer service and
the most up to date marketing tools and resources available in the marketplace.”

AtlantaNewHomesDirectory.com   is the
Internet’s premier Atlanta homes search site for new homes for
sale in Atlanta. Atlanta New
Homes Directory.com provides the most current and complete search for new homes
with every listing from FMLS and the Georgia Multiple Listing Service, plus
dozens of pre-construction neighborhoods throughout the metro area. For more
information on their company, visit www.AtlantaNewHomes
Directory.com
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The marketing categories are judged by a panel of experienced
industry professionals in the field of housing design, construction, and
marketing.  The OBIE Awards is an annual
event designed to recognize excellence within Atlanta’s home building industry
and to support their efforts.

July 13, 2012

Lots of new communities coming your way!

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2012 has been an amazing year (so far!) for new home construction here in the Atlanta market! So fantastic in fact, that we here at www.AtlantaNewHomesDirectory.com can't get the word out fast enough!


We've added so many new neighborhoods to our directory in recent months & we want to make you sure that you know all about them.

So over the coming days, we're going to be listing our newest communities right here in the Atlanta New Homes News. This particular edition is the first of about 4 that will be showcasing our clients & their amazing neighborhoods. These will be communities brand new for 2012. Anhdmobile

For a full list of more than 450 new home communities, click here.

And remember, AtlantaNewHomesDirectory.com is on the go just like you are with our mobile friendly site. Plus we've partnered with many of our clients to provide them a mobile friendly version of their site too!


Enjoy! :)

April 13, 2012

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March 30, 2012

HOMEAID ATLANTA GEARING UP FOR 2012 ESSENTIALS FOR YOUNG LIVES® DRIVE

HomeAid Atlanta11th annual drive to benefit homeless moms and babies, April 30 – May 7

ATLANTA – March 28, 2012 – HomeAid Atlanta announced today its 2012 Essentials for Young Lives® Drive will take place April 30 – May 7 in honor of Mother’s Day.  The 11th annual drive is a community-wide effort to collect “essential” baby items for homeless mothers and their infants.  Items being collected include diapers, baby wipes, baby food, formula and baby hygiene products, all in an effort to provide aid to one of the fastest growing segments of the homeless population – women with children.

Everything collected through the drive will be distributed by HomeAid to local nonprofit organizations serving homeless families and children in the metro Atlanta area.
 
Businesses, community organizations and individuals are invited to participate in the drive by collecting essential baby items from amongst their employees, customers, members, friends and families.

Donations of new items can be dropped off at any of the designated drop-off sites located around the metro Atlanta area, including HomeAid’s office in Tucker. A list of drop-off sites is available online at www.homeaidatlanta.org/dropoff. Donations can also be made online through HomeAid Atlanta’s baby registry at Target.com. To access the registry, enter “HomeAid” for the registrant’s first name and “Atlanta” for the last name.  All donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law.

To date, nearly 30 local companies and organizations have committed their support to the 2012 Essentials for Young Lives Drive, including The Atlanta Academy, Atlanta Remodelers Council, Atlanta Sales & Marketing Council, Back to Back Chiropractic, Bank of America, Boral Bricks, Brock Built, CBRE, CharterBank, Coldwell Banker NRT Development Advisors, Dunwoody Baptist Church, Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association, Guaranty Mortgage, I-Design, IIDA Student Chapter of the Art Institute of Atlanta, John Willis Homes, LoanSouth Mortgage, Mast Custom Woodworks, Monte Hewett Homes, O’Kelley & Sorohan, Oneida Builders, Physiotherapy Associates – Lenox, Smyrna Community Center, State Bank & Trust Company, SunTrust, Technology Dependent Intensive Care Unit at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta-Scottish Rite Campus, Upper Cervical Health Centers of America, and Weissman, Nowack, Curry & Wilco.  Many of these partners have already started collecting items for the drive.

Atlanta-based UPS is joining hands with HomeAid Atlanta for the sixth year to assist with delivering all the donated items to seven local nonprofit organizations that provide housing and supportive services to homeless families and young children.  These organizations operate facilities that have been built in partnership with HomeAid Atlanta and include Decatur Cooperative Ministry (Decatur), Genesis – A New Life (Atlanta), HomeStretch (Roswell), My House (Canton), Phoenix Pass (Conyers), Tapestry Youth Ministries (College Park and Fairburn) and The Drake House (Roswell).  The items will be delivered just before Mother’s Day, providing critical support to these organizations and the mothers and babies they serve.

The Essentials for Young Lives Drive was first launched in Atlanta in 2002, and since then more than 300,000 essential baby items have been distributed to homeless mothers and their babies. As the growth in homeless families increases the demand for homeless services, the need for essential baby items continues to grow.  This Mother’s Day, it is HomeAid’s desire to honor and celebrate mothers by ensuring they are given the tools to provide for their children’s needs.
 
To learn more about the 2012 Essentials for Young Lives Drive, visit www.homeaidatlanta.org/dropoff or contact HomeAid Atlanta at 678-775-1401. HomeAid Atlanta


About HomeAid Atlanta:Founded in 2001, HomeAid Atlanta is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization working in partnership with the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association, and is a local chapter of HomeAid America, a leading national provider of transitional housing for the temporarily homeless. The HomeAid mission is to build and maintain dignified housing where homeless families and individuals can rebuild their lives. HomeAid acts as the housing developer and liaison between homeless service providers, builders, trade partners and community volunteers.  To date, HomeAid Atlanta has completed 16 housing developments that serve the temporarily homeless, including victims of domestic violence, teen mothers, abused and abandoned children, and homeless families.

For more information about HomeAid Atlanta, visit www.homeaidatlanta.org

March 15, 2012

AtlantaNewHomesDirectory.com would like to welcome the following communities!

We've added tons of incredible new neighborhoods since the beginning of 2012 & the following list includes many of these!

Please take a moment to learn more about these communities... who knows... you might just find the perfect one. :)

www.AtlantaNewHomesDirectory.com  

January 16, 2012

The best deals on new home communities throughout Atlanta are...

Agent and Homebuyer Promotions ON ATLANTANEWHOMESDIRECTORY.COM!

ATTENTION: homebuyers (& agents too!) - many of our builders and new home brokers are offering AMAZING incentives...you just need to know where to find 'em!

AtlantaNewHomesDirectory.com features a special section on our site full of promotions for homebuyers & agents.

It's updated all the time so check back often!

Click here to get started finding those DEALS!

December 23, 2011

Wishing Everyone a Very Happy & Safe Holiday Season!

Happy Holidays!Happy Holidays from all of us at www.AtlantaNewHomesDirectory.com!

2012 is almost here and we're looking forward to kicking off a new year with our clients, families & friends!


And we hope you all are able to spend the holidays with those you love & cherish.

Thank you for an incredible 2011!

Sincerely,
The AtlantaNewHomesDirectory.com Team

Sandy Andrew
Steve Hess
Meredith Brown
Holly Beasley
Julie Burr
Tori Ewing
Jere Street
Doris James

December 06, 2011

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November 23, 2011

Happy Thanksgiving from AtlantaNewHomesDirectory.com

Thanksgiving 2011We know what we're thankful for... we don't even have to stop and think about it for more than a second.

We're thankful for our customers, loved ones, friends, and our teammates.

And we're so fortunate that new home construction (at least here in Atlanta!) still seems to be thriving in one of the worst real estate markets in years. It's been rough & scary - but here we all are. Surviving day-by-day, but still here. And we'll continue to be here. Along with our clients.

We hope you all have a happy & safe holiday and are able to spend it with the ones you love.

Happy Thanksgiving!
from the www.AtlantaNewHomesDirectory.com team

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