Our Areas

THE AREAS WE SERVE

Marietta

From it's turn-of-the-century town square, 150 historic homes, former Georgia Governor's Mansion, guided trolley (and ghost!) tours, Gone with the Wind Museum, Six Flags White Water, views of historic Kennesaw Mountain and excellent schools, shopping and dining, Marietta is a small town with the vibrancy of an urban environment.

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Population

59,714

Rent vs. Own

58% / 42%

Avg Sold Price
(Last Month)

$285,000

Recent Sales
(Last Month)

242


Kennesaw

Home to two famous Civil War battles, Kennesaw is home to the 2,900 acre Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park, Kennesaw State University, and the Southern Museum of Civil War and Locomotive History. Proximity to I-75 and I-575, along with a variety of retail shops and restaurants, Kennesaw has much to offer.

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Population

32,669

Rent vs. Own

39% / 61%

Avg Sold Price
(Last Month)

$223,000

Recent Sales
(Last Month)

77


Acworth

Nicknamed "The Lake City", Acworth is located on the southeastern banks of Lake Acworth and Lake Allatoona on the Etowah River and with the lakes offers plenty of simming, fishing, boating and sailing opportunities. It also features a beautify historic downtown area with lots of food, shopping and social options.

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Population

21,824

Rent vs. Own

37% / 63%

Avg Sold Price
(Last Month)

$218,500

Recent Sales
(Last Month)

104


Powder Springs

Located twenty-five miles northwest of Atlanta, Powder Springs is home to a multitude of outdoor family fun and recreation options. The historic downtown Old Town Square is host to events, shopping, concerts, and has connecting trails and routes to the Silver Comet Trail.

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Population

14,596

Rent vs. Own

24% / 76%

Avg Sold Price
(Last Month)

$205,000

Recent Sales
(Last Month)

53


Smyrna

Named in 2016 by niche.com as the #6 Best Suburbs to Live in Georgia, Smyrna is also known as the "Jonquil City". Apart from offering residents easy acces to the Perimeter (I-285) it offers a variety of housing options from condominiums to multi-million dollar estates. The West Village and Market Village areas provide plenty of community, arts, shopping and dining experiences.

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Population

27,964

Rent vs. Own

35% / 65%

Avg Sold Price
(Last Month)

$280,000

Recent Sales
(Last Month)

103


Woodstock

Named at one of the Top 50 Best Places to live in the United States by Money Magazine in 2015, Woodstock offers a wide variety of housing options, from starter homes, apartments and dream homes. It's vibrant Downtown Area is home to one-of-a-kind dining and shopping experiences.

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Population

54,788

Rent vs. Own

48% / 52%

Avg Sold Price
(Last Month)

$238,400

Recent Sales
(Last Month)

112


Roswell

Roswell may be one of the largest of all of the Atlanta suburbs, but don't let that fool you: It's charming downtown area features a variety of award-winning restaurants, art galleries and unique shops that offer a small-town feel. There are also numerous parks and well-preserved historic sites that provide enjoyment throughout the year.

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Population

93,968

Rent vs. Own

34% / 66%

Avg Sold Price
(Last Month)

$235,500

Recent Sales
(Last Month)

76


Sandy Springs

Another "young" city, incorporated in 2005, Sandy Springs is the sixth largest city in the state and second largest in the Atlanta metro area. It's location, about 14 miles north of downdown Atlanta, it's southern hospitality and charm, and being home to IBM, Cisco Systems and United Parcel Services, make Sandy Springs a sought-after area.

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Population

102,212

Rent vs. Own

53% / 47%

Avg Sold Price
(Last Month)

$462,695

Recent Sales
(Last Month)

55


Dunwoody

Just 10 miles north of Atlanta and celebrating it's 10th year of incorproation, Dunwoody is a city known for going beyond in every way! Award-winning restaurants, world-class shopping, beautiful parks, endeading culture and the buzz of business are all waiting for you. Year-round festivals and events provide plenty of family-friendly activities.

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Population

48,128

Rent vs. Own

47% / 53%

Avg Sold Price
(Last Month)

$503,735

Recent Sales
(Last Month)

26


Alpharetta

Named the 7th Friendliest Town in America. From shopping at North Point Mall and Avalon to entertainment at Verizon Wireless Amphitheater, not to mention a recently revitalized downtown area, Alpharetta is a popular area for both metro Atlanta natices and newcomers alike.

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Population

63,013

Rent vs. Own

36% / 64%

Avg Sold Price
(Last Month)

$397,970

Recent Sales
(Last Month)

158


Atlanta

World-class restaurants, festive nightlfe, professional sports and an abundance of cultural and historic attractions help make Atlanta the entertainment center in The South. Communities like Buckhead, Brookhaven, Virginia Highlands and Inman Park all have their unique characteristics and charm, making Atlanta a great place to work and live.

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Population

456,378

Rent vs. Own

57% / 43%

Avg Sold Price
(Last Month)

$269,400

Recent Sales
(Last Month)

911


Mableton

Mableton is home to the historic Mable House and the Mable House Barnes Amphitheatre. It also offers great access to the Silver Comet Trail. The area continues to gain popularity due to its proximity to Interstate 285, Vinings, Buckhead, and Downtown Atlanta.

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Population

38,838

Rent vs. Own

31% / 69%

Avg Sold Price
(Last Month)

$243,500

Recent Sales
(Last Month)

46