WHEN ONLY THE BEST WILL DO
Robin Blass believes the home selling experience should be personal, memorable and flawless. With more than 39 years of experience in the Atlanta market, her results speak for themselves.
Always the top agent at the Coldwell Banker Perimeter office since she joined in 1992, Robin Blass has also been the #1 Individual Agent for Coldwell Banker Atlanta since 2010.… Read More »
Life has its own cycles. Where are you in your life journey? Are you starting a new career, getting married, growing your family, watching your children prepare for college, maybe you are planning for retirement? Throughout your journey you will buy and sell at least one home. Throughout the process you will need a guide to help you overcome challenges and unforeseen complications. … Read More »
At Karen Cannon, Realtors, we do things differently. We know that when it comes to buying or selling a home, you need a professional team by your side. You want to work with people who know the community and have your best interests in mind. But you also want results.
We have earned a reputation as the most trusted and fastest growing independent real estate firm in North Atlanta for a reason.… Read More »
Location, Condition and price are three factors that determine how quickly your home will sell. I have had success in helping sellers make the best decision to get their home ready to sell via a partnership with my stager, incredible pictures and the ability to price accordingly. This winning combination has produced various success such as receiving multiple offer on a single home, selling the most expensive homes in 30338 2 years in a row, and negotiating many favorable contracts within days of a house going to market. … Read More »
Dunwoody’s Public Schools – Overcrowding, Redistricting, Deforestation, Who’s To Blame and How You can Help!
By Lauren Townsend for The Aha! ConnectionDunwoody High School’s Deforestation
At the beginning of July, Facebook exploded with images of portables teetering on cinder blocks on Dunwoody High School’s deforestation. Most were shocked when the tall trees at the corner of Vermack and Womack roads were completely leveled over spring break but outraged when faced with their replacement.… Read More »
Filmed and Photographed for The Aha! Connection by Audra Anders
*This is my first video/slideshow so keep in mind I’m an amateur!
We’re giving away an Aha! Connection Yeti Tumbler! Why? Just because we love our subscribers!
You can enter to win in several ways and each entry is an extra chance to win!
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We’ll choose a winner on Friday, June 14th!… Read More »
From the Dunwoody Police Department Facebook page
The Dunwoody Police Department in cooperation with the DeKalb County School District Police and the DeKalb County School District will host a community meeting with parents and other interested individuals in the recent threats called into many of the schools located in Dunwoody. The meeting will take place on Thursday, December 20th from 6:30-8:00 p.m.… Read More »
The Women of the Word (W.O.W) from Dunwoody United Methodist Church invite you to join us for an upcoming Wednesday morning drop-in Summer study about 5 Women of the Bible including Leah, Mary Magdalene, Moses’ Adopted Mother and Mary the mother of Jesus. This study is FREE of COST, HOMEWORK & BOOK! Meaning no charge, no homework and no book…..… Read More »
Following feedback from its stakeholders, the DeKalb County School District (DCSD) will employ Virtual Learning Days using its Digital Dreamers technology to make up time lost in January to inclement weather.
“With our Digital Dreamers initiative, DCSD is able to be increasingly innovative in extending the classroom outside the walls of the schoolhouse.… Read More »
Fulton County Schools will close all schools early on December 8 due to inclement weather. Dismissal will occur at the following times:
— High Schools – 12:30 p.m.
— Middle Schools – 1:15 p.m.
— Elementary Schools – 2:00 p.m.
Parents who have students in after-school programs (PrimeTime, etc.) can pick them up as soon as possible.… Read More »