About the Metro-Atlanta Area

Servicing Cobb County

Servicing Cobb County

Located just 15 miles from the city of Atlanta in Cobb County, Marietta is home to more than 65,000 residents, spread out over a myriad of picturesque neighborhoods.The city's vibrant town square features a number of shops and restaurants, as well as a mix of residential and commercial development. With farmers markets, walkable neighborhoods, and recreation galore, the Marietta real estate market offers buyers a friendly small town environment, complete with all the amenities and dynamic energy of a city. Cobb County is one of the wealthiest counties in the nation.

Housing in Cobb County meets a variety of needs. Cobb County has the lowest property tax rate in the metro Atlanta area. Taxes have been lowered for 10 years in a row. East Cobb is known for its affluent subdivisions, attracting many first time buyers due to their excellent value per square foot.

Historical sites are abundant throughout Cobb County. Marietta contains antebellum homes and five National Historic Register districts. Cobb also offers several recreational opportunities such as running, biking, fishing and picnicking in places such as the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area or Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park. Cobb is also the home to both Six Flags and White Water/American Adventures, where entertainment and fun are unbounded.

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Cities we service:     

Acworth Austell 


Servicing DeKalb County

Servicing DeKalb County

DeKalb County has grown from a sleepy community of 2500 to Georgia’s third largest county with over 700,000 residents. DeKalb’s population supplants states of Vermont, Wyoming, Alaska and North Dakota.

Nestled in the heart of the Atlanta region, DeKalb has four major interstates – I-20, I-85, I-285, and I-675 and is minutes away from the world’s busiest airport in Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport.

It is also the home to Peachtree DeKalb Airport, Georgia’s second largest airport. The Port of Savannah and global maritime access is less than 5 hours drive. With domestic and global travel at close and obtainable distances, it is not hard to see why DeKalb is home to Emory University, the Center for Disease Control, and AT&T.

DeKalb has robust labor pool consisting of various professionals and tradesmen. It is the home to several major colleges and universities, which lends itself to a growing international community. In fact, DeKalb is the most ethnically diverse county in the Southeast with over 64 spoken languages representing Asian, Hispanic, European, and African cultures, to name a few. A second to none labor pool allows any company calling DeKalb home to remain competitive in an ever-changing world.

Living in DeKalb County provides exposure to a variety of cultures, arts and recreational activities. Getting around is easy as DeKalb offers the option of public transportation through MARTA (Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority) and access to major interstates.

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Cities we service:



 Avondale Estates Decatur East Atlanta


Gresham Park           Kirkwood Lithonia Oakhurst
Stone Mountain

Servicing Fulton County

Servicing Fulton County

Atlanta is one of the largest metropolis cities in the southeast—and growing every day. The city combines a thriving urban downtown with towering luxury condos and loft renovations with the suburbs of expansive mansions and single family homes just fifteen minutes from the heart of the city. Atlanta is the ideal city for anyone who is looking for a progressive and fast paced enviroment with accomodating charm. You are just a short drive to the North Georgia Mountains and Lake Lanier where you can enjoy summer water sports and year-round fishing. Interested in something warmer, then you are less than five hours to the nearest beach in South Georgia.

Metro Atlanta, comprised of 28 counties, is home to more than 5.3 million people and more than 145,000 private-sector firms.

Atlanta is a top higher-education metro area with institutions including Emory University, Georgia Tech, Georgia State University and many technical colleges. Young, educated professionals are a significant sector of the workforce.

Below average cost of living and attractive quality of life: Atlanta offers residences that are more spacious and considerably less expensive than other major metro areas. The cost of living consistently ranks below the national average. Residents have many recreational and entertainment choices including professional and collegiate sports, theatrical productions, art exhibitions, community festivals, golf, tennis, and shopping. Click here for historical sites in Atlanta, GA.

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Cities we service:

Adamsville Alpharetta  Atlanta Ben Hill
Buckhead Cascade Heights East Point Fairburn

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