Exciting news for Roswell real estate. The 2010 Swanepoel TRENDS Report details the Top 20 largest real estate brands based on agent count as of December 2009.
In addition, RealSure, the publishers of the Swanepoel TRENDS Report and the Swanepoel SOCIAL MEDIA Report launched a nationwide online survey on December 3rd to determine the “Most Recognizable […]
Archive for December, 2009
Congratulations to the City of Roswell, who was recently certified under the Atlanta Regional Commission’s (ARC) Green Communities Program at the Silver Level. Roswell is the first city in Georgia to be certified Silver.
“Roswell’s color has always been green,” explains Mayor Jere Wood. “We are proud to be the first City in Georgia to achieve the […]
The Fire Department is participating in the BeFireSmart Pledge Program sponsored by Liberty Mutual. The program offers a $10,000 grant to fire departments across the United States that display a commitment to fire safety.
In order to receive the grant, Roswell is asking residents and businesses to complete a brief 10-question online quiz and vote for […]
On Monday, the Roswell City Council voted 6 to 2 to ban all roosters and restrict the number of backyard chickens subject to lot size. In what turned out to be a shock, the attempt to loosen Roswell’s backyard chicken law resulted in a much tighter law.
Under the most recent version, residents could have kept up to […]
[ December 12, 2009; 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm. ]
Visit all three of Roswell’s historic sites in beautiful candlelight and enjoy festive holiday decorations and entertainment on Saturday, December 12 from 5 p.m.-9 p.m. One renovated private home in The Bricks, the oldest apartment building in the south that housed mill workers from the cotton mill on Sloan Street, will be open to the […]
[ December 10, 2009; 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm. ] The Roswell Transportation Department will hold a public information open house on the proposed Big Creek Bridge Road at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Doubletree Hotel, 1075 Holcomb Bridge Road in Roswell.
The city wants to build a two-lane road with bicycle lanes and a multi-use trail that will connect east and west Roswell across Ga. […]
Well, that was fun. Now that the election is over, what now. Roswell Mayor Jere Wood beat David Tolleson by only 77 out of 9,123 votes cast. Obviously, that doesn’t go down as an overwhelming vote of confidence. But it sounds like Mayor Wood understands how divisive the election was and his goal is to work […]
Short sales, foreclosures and REOs are expected to make up a greater segment of the marketplace in 2010 than they did this year. Half of all closed transactions in 2009 involved properties that were in some form of distress.
Our team is dedicated to helping homeowners who are in a distressed situation to understand your options […]