• Property Details for 2933 Danbyshire Ct NE
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    Property Details for 2933 Danbyshire Ct NE

    2933 Danbyshire Ct Ne, Atlanta, GA 30345 2933 Danbyshire Ct Ne, Atlanta, GA 30345 Property Features2933 Danbyshire Ct Ne, Atlanta, GA 30345 2933 Danbyshire Ct Ne, Atlanta, GA 30345 Property Features Fenced Yard Garden Area Patio Lot Dimensions: .4 Approximate Lot Size: 1/3 to 1/2 Acre Source Article

  • Property Details for 2614 Rangewood Dr NE
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    Property Details for 2614 Rangewood Dr NE

    2614 Rangewood Dr Ne, Atlanta, GA 30345 2614 Rangewood Dr Ne, Atlanta, GA 30345 Property Features Beds Total: 5 Lower Bedrooms: 2 Main Bedrooms: 3 Baths Full: 3 Baths Half: 1 Lower Full Baths: 1 Main Full Baths: 2 Main Half Baths: 1 Dining Room Desc: Separate Dng Rm Kitchen Features: Breakfast Area, Breakfast Bar, Breakfast Room, Cabinets White, Counter Top – Solid Surface, Country Kitchen, Keeping Room, Pantry, Pantry – Walk-in, View To Fmly Rm 1-2 Step Entry Deck Garden Area Patio Prof Landscaping Lot Dimensions: 104X208X123X176 Approximate Lot Size: 1/2 To 3/4 Acres Road Type: Paved Source Article

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    Atlanta leads the country in apartment lease giveaways, analysis finds

    It wasn’t all that long ago that a month of free rent—and especially two months free rent—was extremely rare, if not unheard of, with Atlanta’s new crop of top-shelf apartment communities. Now, per a recent national market analysis, rent concessions are not only the new normal in Atlanta, they’re more normal here than any other major city. It’s no surprise that Atlanta ranks among the 15 cities to have received nearly half of all new apartment supply delivered across the U.S. in this long development cycle, which dates back to 2010. But among those markets, metro Atlanta leads the pack in terms of average rent discounts of 9.1 percent as…

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    San Diego focus on affordability parallels conversations in Atlanta

    SAN DIEGO, CA – Housing affordability and homelessness are front-and-center challenges in San Diego – a region where 46 percent of the area is dedicated for conservation that is bordered by the Pacific Ocean, Indian reservations as well as military land. The focus on affordability parallels the conversations occurring in Atlanta, which has become increasingly focused on being a region where the people of modest income can still afford to live. “You think you are in crisis,” said Debbie Ruane, chief strategy officer for the San Diego Housing Commission, told the LINK delegation of metro Atlanta leaders. “You are not. We are in crisis. We want to help you not…

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    Property Details for 2807 Fairlane Dr

    2807 Fairlane Dr, Doraville, GA 30340 2807 Fairlane Dr, Doraville, GA 30340 Property Features Bedroom Desc: Bdrm On Main Lev, Mstr On Main, Roommate Fl Plan Baths Full: 3 Main Full Baths: 3 Master Bath Features: Tub/Shower Combo Dining Room Desc: Dining/Great Rm *School data provided by National Center for Education Statistics, Pitney Bowes, and GreatSchools. Intended for reference only. GreatSchools Ratings compare a school’s test performance to statewide results. To verify enrollment eligibility, contact the school or district directly. Property History for 2807 Fairlane Dr Date Event Price Price/Sq Ft Source 05/08/2018 Listed $295,000 — Atlanta 05/08/2018 Listed $295,000 $189 AtlantaN 03/10/2010 Listed $184,900 — AtlantaN 05/17/2005 Sold $186,000…

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    Real Estate Notebook: Cousins may not be done buying; Norcross redevelopment – Atlanta Business Chronicle

    Cousins Properties Inc. may already be looking to buy more Midtown development sites. Atlanta’s largest office landlord, which just revealed plans for a 500-foot Midtown tower, remains bullish on future development opportunities in the neighborhood, which is known for The Woodruff Arts Center, Fox Theatre and many of the city’s recent high-profile corporate expansions. A few notable sites remaining in Midtown include about 4 acres at West Peachtree, Spring Street, Ponce de Leon Avenue and 3rd Street. It’s owned by a group that includes the Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta. Areas generally south of 675 West Peachtree Street, a landmark property once known as the Southern Bell Tower, could allow for…