Communities

Alpharetta


Alpharetta
is one of the fastest growing communities in the South. Its environment is considered ideal for raising families and living a quality lifestyle free from problems found in so many similar sized cities.Located in metropolitan Atlanta less than 25 miles from the city, Alpharetta has high expectations for itself, possibilities that are richly fulfilled through a thriving culinary scene, luxury accommodations, exciting recreation, trendy entertainment and endless shopping opportunities.

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Buckhead

It has been called “The Beverly Hills of the East.” Buckhead is, indeed, an exceptional place. It is a community that shines with vitality and vision. Buckhead is one of the country’s largest urban mixed-use development areas, combining major offices, retail outlets, hotels, restaurants, entertainment spots and high-rise residential units within its commercial core.Buckhead is well known city-wide as both one of the most affluent areas in Georgia, as well as one of the most fun to live in.

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Buford/Sugar Hill


Buford
is located in northern Gwinnett County with a small portion of the city limits extending into Hall County, 35 miles northeast of Atlanta. In more recent years, the Mall of Georgia just outside the city limits has opened and the restoration of many properties in Historic Downtown Buford has created a beautiful Main Street of galleries, restaurants, and shops.

 


Chamblee/Doraville


The City of Doraville prides itself on its ability to accommodate a growing, diverse population in Metropolitan Atlanta while maintaining its small-town charm and sense of community.

Decatur
Take a stroll through Decatur and see how friendly neighbors, tree-lined streets, great schools, parks and playing fields, libraries, colleges, and businesses all make Decatur a wonderful place to spend some time. Located just minutes east of downtown Atlanta and minutes west of Stone Mountain, getting to Decatur is a breeze, especially with the MARTA rail station is right under the cities popular and active downtown square.Decatur has its own independent school system consisting of four neighborhood elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school serving approximately 2,400 students.Decatur is home to Agnes Scott College, recently ranked as one of the top 50 national liberal arts colleges, the Southeast’s best women’s college, and Georgia’s best liberal arts college by U.S. News & World Report in its annual “America’s Best Colleges” survey. Columbia Theological Seminary, with its beautiful 52-acre campus along Columbia Drive anchors the southeastern quadrant of the City. DeVry University and The Art Institute of Atlanta-Decaturhave both recently moved into the heart of downtown on the Square.Perhaps most importantly, Emory Universitycalls Decatur home, and is one of the most well-respected private universities in the country. The quaint downtown area of Decatur is littered with restaurants and nightlife, that appeal to a broad spectrum of residents, and make Decatur a very desirable location for all types of homeowners. 

Dunwoody


The City of Dunwoody is nestled at the most northern tip of DeKalb County, minutes away from the heart of Atlanta and is a picturesque community featuring many of the metro area’s top dining, shopping experiences, as well as ideal living conditions.

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East Cobb


Cobb County is a vibrant residential and commercial county, rich in history, located a mere 10 minutes northwest of Atlanta across the mighty Chattahoochee River. East Cobb is defined as the area east of I-75 and south of Town Center at Cobb. It maintains more than 40 public parks. The Appalachian Trail is just minutes away. East Cobb schools have an impressive reputation,and are considered some of the best in the state. Cultural opportunities are numerous, from the free concerts, outdoor theater, and festivals that take place routinely in Marietta square, the Cobb Symphony Orchestra, the Marietta/Cobb Museum of Art.

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Kennesaw


The City of Kennesaw is located approximately 20 miles North of Atlanta. While it still has some small-town charm, Kennesaw also has great shopping, parks, a large university, and other conveniences that one would expect from a larger city.


Lawrenceville


Steeped in old-fashioned Southern hospitality and hometown charm, Lawrenceville is a vibrant city with offerings to satisfy the demands of today’s varied lifestyles and interests and requirements.From state-of-the-art medical, educational and governmental facilities, to thriving business, cultural, and recreational opportunities, Lawrenceville serves as home and host to individuals and families who settle in the community from around the globe. Proximity to Atlanta is a convenience, yet residents and visitors find all they desire and need within the city limits of Lawrenceville.


Midtown


Midtown is the second largest business district in the city of Atlanta, situated between the commercial and financial districts of Downtown to the south and Buckheadto the north.The district is the center of the city’s arts scene and is also home to three well known institutions of higher education: Georgia Institute of Technology, John Marshall Law School and Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD).

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Roswell


Roswell
sits on the northern banks of the Chattahoochee River in North Fulton County, an easy commute to downtown Atlanta. It has been chosen twice by “Atlanta Magazine” as the best place to live in the Metro-Atlanta area. The City of Roswell has been ranked one of the safest cities to live in the United States according to City Crime Rankings. Roswell is only 32 miles from Atlanta Hartsfield-Airport.

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Sandy Springs


Incorporated in 2005, Sandy Springsis the metro Atlanta area’s second largest city and the sixth largest city in the state of Georgia.As of April 2012, Sandy Springs, one of Georgia’s newer cities, is beginning the process of creating a downtown where none exists.

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South Forsyth

Forsyth County
has everything one can dream of when searching for a home–a rich history, charming towns, excellent economy, amazing outdoor recreation and unique cultural events that easily blend with an incredibly hospitable and family-friendly atmosphere.Residents regularly join in the fun of kayaking, fishing, skiing and golfing during the inviting beauty of the region’s four remarkably beautiful seasons.It is currently the 18th wealthiest county in the nation. 

Suwanee

Award-winning Suwanee is a friendly, progressive community committed to maintaining a high quality of life for its approximately 16,000 residents. Suwanee has been recognized by Money Magazine as one of the country’s best small communities in which to live and by Kiplinger.com as one of the best communities in which to raise children.Located about 30 miles north of Atlanta, Suwanee is well known around the region for its distinctive parks, crowd-pleasing events, and high-quality mixed-use developments.

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Vinings/Smyrna

Smyrna
is located about 10 miles northwest of Atlanta, Georgia and is considered an integral part of the Metro Atlanta area.The City of Smyrna’s Village Green and Market Village are surrounded by 33 acres of parks and green space within one mile of downtown. The Revitalized and active downtown area includes a library, community center, retail development and mixed-use development, city hall and charming homes.Smyrna is also winner of the prestigious Urban Land Institute’s Award of Excellence. Vinings Nestled in the northwestern suburbs of Atlanta, Viningsis one of Cobb County’s most sought after neighborhoods. Beautiful homes, excellent schools and low taxes are just a few of the reasons why many people flock to the chic area.Vinings is also located minutes away from Atlanta’s top retail business centers as well as only a short walk from countless dining and shopping choices.

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