In many north-metro Atlanta sub-markets, like Brookhaven, Buckhead and Sandy Springs, single-family home sales have slowed; properties are staying on the market longer and sellers are dropping asking prices. Are home values falling or is it simply time for sellers to adjust their expectations?
A fun, but interesting question in the Halloween “spirit:” If your house is haunted, are you legally required to disclose the haunting to a prospective buyer?
At its July 24th meeting, the Brookhaven City Council approved placing the $40 million Parks Bond Referendum on the November Ballot. Included in this figure is nearly $11 million in improvements for Lynwood Park, located in Brookhaven’s Lynwood Park neighborhood. Upgrades would be made to
The City of Brookhaven has one more thing to be proud of. Both Moody’s and S&P have given the City a “Triple A” credit rating. Brookhaven is one of only five cities in Georgia to receive a “Double Triple-A” rating.
Exciting improvements may be ahead for Lynwood Park (the park itself), located in Brookhaven’s Lynwood Park neighborhood. The proposed City of Brookhaven plan for Lynwood Park includes almost $11 million in park improvements. Upgrades would be made to virtually all elements of the park, including the pool, tennis courts, playground, landscaping and parking.