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Fitting into intown:
Incompatible infills anger neighborhoods
By DAVID PENDEREDThe Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionPublished on: 06/20/05
The din of demolition continues to reverberate across Atlanta's intown neighborhoods as crews tear down older houses to make way for mini-mansions for residents who want lots of space.
An analysis of demolition permits by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution shows an ongoing trend of tear-downs in established neighborhoods in Atlanta and in the unincorporated areas of DeKalb and Fulton counties — mostly inside the Perimeter.
Atlanta is among just six metropolitan regions in the 1990s that had an increase in infill construction within a five-mile radius of the central business district. That is according to a report last week by the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University. The study used census figures to compare the 1990s with the 1980s. The other regions are Buffalo, N.Y., Charleston, S.C., Houston, Knoxville and Seattle.
Traffic congestion ap…
Since Christmas, we have been experiencing some beautiful weather. Today is in the mid-60's and beautiful sunshine. This weather makes you think of spring and all the things you can do outside. It also seems like people are beginning to think about making a move. It's a great time of year to get your home in showing order and put it on the market. I would be glad to send you some information on how to Prepare your Home to Sell. You can call me at 678-487-1648 or e-mail me at debra@findatlantahomes.com. I look forward to talking with you.
Customer Satisfaction with Realtors

Being a Realtor is very gratifying and always full of interesting people. We work hard to help our clients and sometimes dont' feel like we are appreciated. I know I want to always do the best for my clients and help them reach their goals, with either selling their home, buying a new one to live in, or possibly a property for investment. It's nice to know that other people feel that we do a good job. The following article states that Consumer Satifaction with Realtors is high. Thank you for your confidence.

Consumer Satisfaction with REALTORS®

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Nearly eight out of ten consumers believe real estate brokers and sales associates can show buyers a better selection of homes than they can find on their own, according to an independent survey of the general public released by the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®. Seventy-eight percent of the general public believe real es…