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Virtual Tours

Take a Virtual Field Trip to some of Atlanta’s most iconic tourist destinations: Every Friday you can visit a top Atlanta attraction – for free! Fernbank Museum Atlanta Botanical Garden Georgia Aquarium Chick-Fil-A College Football Hall of Fame Children’s Museum of Atlanta Breman Museum Zoo Atlanta High Museum of Art National Center for Civil and Human […]

Louis Wieland

Please contact Louis Wieland for all of your real estate needs or questions. [email protected] or louwieland.com Experienced Realtor with a demonstrated history of working in the real estate industry. Skilled in Real Estate Owned (REO), Real Estate Transactions, Investment Properties, Multi Family, Warehouses, Restaurants, Short Sales, and Foreclosures. Strong real estate professional. Graduated from University of Maryland, College […]

Area Performances

December 2018 – November 2019 CHEROKEE Units Sold DOM ASP Acworth 490 36 $249,658 Alpharetta 65 65 $631,457 Ball Ground 246 50 $318,708 Canton 2,148 47 $330,510 Holly Springs 139 107 $339,693 Roswell 17 40 $402,218 Waleska 121 58 $302,964 White 39 56 $376,500 Woodstock 2,029 39 $316,207 COBB Units Sold DOM ASP Acworth 1068 […]

Top 10 High School Districts for New Construction Closings

Top 10 High School Districts for New Construction Closings October 2018 – September 2019 # High School County Closings Avg Price 1 West Forsyth Forsyth 634 $427,347 2 North Forsyth Forsyth 550 $341,507 3 Mill Creek Gwinnett 533 $362,246 4 East Coweta Coweta 531 $309,543 5 Cherokee Cherokee 521 $345,951 6 North Paulding Paulding 509 […]

Top Builders

METRO ATLANTA 1 D R Horton 2 Century Communities 3 Pulte Homes 4 Lennar 5 Smith Douglas Homes 6 CalAtlantic Homes 7 Taylor Morrison 8 Meritage Homes 9 Wade Jurney Homes 10 Clayton Properties Group COBB 1 Beazer Homes 2 Meritage Homes 3 Ashton Woods 4 Pulte Homes 5 Windsong Properties N. FULTON (NORTH OF […]

Masters, Soul and Head of U.S. Cyber-Security

By Geoff Smith When we think of Augusta, GA, I know the first thing that comes to mind: the home of James Brown, Godfather of Soul. Right? I guess there is that golf tournament that I got away with spending an entire day on the couch watching a couple weeks ago – the Masters. But […]

Residents Report More Than 80% Satisfaction with Fulton Services

A recent survey found more than 80% of residents polled were pleased with the customer service provided by County agencies. The polling was conducted with the assistance of Kennesaw State University’s A.L. Burruss Institute of Public Service & Research. From February 19, 2018 through March 17, 2018, more than 700 residents completed the survey that […]

Transit Takes Giant Step in ATL

By Geoff Smith After returning from cities like Chicago and New York City, people always ask, “Why can’t we build a rail system like they have up there?” The answer is simple: It’s insanely expensive. Depending on who you talk to, expanding MARTA’s rail line costs somewhere between $150 million and $350 million a mile. […]

2018 Legislation Recap

The 2018 Session of the Georgia General Assembly is history, with session officially ending after midnight on March 29. All legislation that successfully passed in 2018 now goes to the Governor for review and potential approval or veto. While any passed bills left untouched by the Governor automatically become law, the 40 day deadline for […]


Bills to create a Regional Transit Authority in Metro Atlanta have now both passed overwhelmingly out of their respective Chambers and were in transportation committee this week in the other Chamber for consideration.The expectation in committee is that both would substitute the other bill’s language for the original house or senate version, and then head […]