No Place I’d Rather Be:

There are so many different types of life events that lead to someone having to address their real estate needs: marriage, divorce, death, birth, empty nesting or college kids moving back in. The emotions involved in many of these transactions can be overwhelming. This is something I’ve  seen over the past 17 years of selling homes in metro Atlanta and…

VOLTA, the Newest Big Top Production, Comes To Atlanta!

The name VOLTA refers to a sudden about-face, a change in emotion or idea often used in poetry. It also speaks to the jolt of energy delivered through the show.

Give Your Princess Hair Pizzazz!

Princess Hair Pizzazz salon is an exciting addition to the South Fulton area! As a wife and husband team, Juanda and Leighton Roberts were looking for a place to take their special little one to get her hair done. Their child’s former salon was just not working anymore, but they did not want their little girl to lose that awesome…

Warm Up Your Home with Color This Spring

BRRR! It’s been cold outside. When spending so much time in the house, one starts thinking about easy updates that can be done in the home.  

Inside Your Homeowners Insurance

If you had a total loss of your home today, do you know if you have enough insurance to rebuild your home and replace its contents?

Why an HOA Alliance?

Our personal experience and that of other leaders in our communities, such as Mason White, helped surface the fact that there is a significant amount of ignorance in management and operations of communities and apathy in volunteering, board service, and membership responsibility. More importantly, many residents do not grasp the value of an effectively run community and its impact on…

Create Your Own City Backyard Oasis in a Small Space

 Article and Photography  Pergola   South Fulton homeowner Richard McClendon, Jr., and his father, Richard Sr., hand built this beautiful cedar wood pergola for the son’s home in Atlanta. The space is highlighted by an outdoor fireplace. It is the perfect little hideaway in the tree-lined city backyard.

5 Reasons It’ll Pay to Sell Your Home Early in 2018

It's been nearly a decade since the Great Recession delivered the worst housing crash in modern memory. But these days, the fallout feels squarely in the rearview mirror. Markets have bounced back with fervor, and confidence is skyrocketing. From Charlotte, North Carolina, to Stockton, California—and everywhere in between—homes are flying off the market at record prices, and buyers are still clamoring to…

Holiday Parade of Homes Preview

 4041 Annecy Dr. SW, Atlanta, GA 30331  Experience gorgeous luxury in this gated community. This beautiful home features 5 bedrooms/4.5 bathrooms and an unfinished basement. It also features: a gourmet kitchen with a large center island, granite countertops and custom cabinetry. There’s a two-story great room loaded with walls of windows! Banquet-sized dining room, guest bedroom on the main floor…

Mother Daughter Dentist Duo Deliver Smiles

As a little girl, Dr. Kanetta Lott was enthralled to meet her great uncle, a retired dentist, during a family trip to Tuscaloosa, Alabama. She delighted in spending the day playing with his old dentistry equipment out on the porch. “It just fascinated me that we would have a dentist in our family,” recalls Lott.

Metallic Shimmer and Retro Glam

When a busy South Fulton professional wanted to update his home to reflect his lifestyle, he called Kimberly Ormsby of Decorating Den Interiors of Atlanta, who is based in the area. After meeting with the client and touring his traditional home, Ormsby learned he wanted to add a wow factor, while still honoring the home’s traditional vibe.

The Ultimate Man Cave Experience

It’s an hour before game time when the guys start arriving. You kick back, shoot a few games of pool, or perhaps play a game of billiards. Then the main event. You and your crew sit back in style, ice cold drinks in hand, food a heartbeat away. From your control center, you turn on the game, adjust the surround-sound…

What to Expect

Young children starting new care or learning experiences often struggle during the start of a new school year. Below are a few tips to best support your family, the community of educators and your child during the transition to a new school.

I Already Had A Cortisone Injection

"I already had a cortisone injection." I often hear this phrase from patients presenting to me at initial consultation in my practice as an interventional pain physician. When I ask what type of cortisone injection, I am often greeted with blank stares. Patients and even healthcare providers are relatively unaware of the vast array of interventional procedures used to treat…