No one would be surprised to hear that the real estate industry is changing. Most industries are changing in response to changing times.
To some degree, real estate is always being affected by societal changes. What people want, what is “in style”, where people are seeking it, how people get to and from work, how they spend their leisure time, and many other factors affect the real estate market. “Walkability” is a term that seems new, but has been a factor in real estate development for centuries. Senoia, Georgia is a walkable town, and I am available to help you discover it. Continue reading
I enjoyed lunch today in Senoia with Steve Bullard, owner of Coldwell Banker Bullard Realty. Our brokerage has been marketing homes there for years, and we see the revitalization of Senoia as an opportunity for everybody.
Taking a fresh tour of downtown Senoia, almost as if we’d never been there, we rolled in on Main Street, noting the tree-lined streets and cozy cottages. I find that many people who have even lived in our area for some time often miss what is right under our nose about Senoia. We eased by the home where so many scenes in the movie “Fried Green Tomatoes” was filmed, then on by beautifully restored older homes. Next, we rolled by the “Brownstones” and the 2010 Southern Living Idea Home, and reviewed the “Gin Property” development. Continue reading
Senoia, Georgia is a small, cozy, historic town, experiencing an interesting and now award-winning revitalization. It is getting people’s attention.
As an introduction to Senoia’s progress as we enjoy it in 2011, I urge you to see the video describing Senoia’s gaining of the 2011 Georgia Cities Foundation’s “Renaissance Award.” :