Atlanta Homes for Sale - Atlanta Real Estate
Atlanta is a wonderful place to live, work, and raise a family. Atlanta’s real estate offers a mix of beautiful, tree-covered rolling hills and towering modern buildings, all wrapped up in a genial climate of warm summers and mild winters. Its personality has been molded by a strong Southern heritage and 150 years of rich history.
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Today, Atlanta is known for its welcoming attitude, diverse population, surging economy, top-notch education, and world-class entertainment.
Atlanta Real Estate: A Diverse, Modern Metro Area
Just how diverse is Atlanta's real estate offerings? The metro area is filled with unique and colorful neighborhoods, each with its own charm and distinct character. You can hear that character in the city names: Marietta, Roswell, Peachtree City, Stone Mountain, Decatur and Douglasville. Metro Atlanta also includes smaller, more intimate neighborhoods like Little Five Points, Buckhead, Druid Hills and Brookhaven. Every one of these places has its own personality, and Atlanta Real Estate Brokers can help you find the perfect fit for you. Whether you’re looking for small town charm or big city energy, you’ll find it here.
Atlanta Real Estate: Getting Around the City
Getting around Atlanta is a breeze. The perimeter highway, known as I-285, provides a 64 mile loop around the city. Interstates I-75 and I-85 run north and south through the city; I-20 runs east and west. Together, these four highways provide easy access to anywhere in the Metro Atlanta area - usually in an hour or less.
Atlanta also offers easy access to the North Georgia mountains and to Florida’s beaches. Atlantans (as Atlanta residents prefer to be called) love to get away to these nearby landmarks. Or, they can enjoy one of the many local lakes, rivers and hiking areas scattered across the district.
Atlanta Real Estate: Transportation and World Travel
Transportation has always been at the center of Atlanta’s progress. The city itself was founded in 1837 at the junction of two railroad lines. The exact spot -which still exists - was referred to as ‘Terminus’ and is located near Atlanta’s main sports arenas. A small section of railroad track is visible, but most of the original Atlanta has been absorbed into the modern city.
The railroad still plays a large part in Atlanta’s economy, but Hartsfield-Jackson Airport is the true economic engine of the city. This airport was named for two of Atlanta’s most influential politicians, Mayor William B. Hartsfield and Mayor Maynard Jackson. It’s the busiest air travel hub in the world, serving over 90 million passengers annually. From Atlanta, you can literally go almost anywhere in the world.
Atlanta Real Estate: Business and Education
Atlanta has always been considered the core of the New South, and it has become one of the most active business communities in the US and beyond. World-renowned companies are located here, drawn by the local workforce, outstanding universities, and easy access to air and rail travel. Coca-Cola, United Parcel Service (UPS), Delta Air Lines, Home Depot, and Newell Rubbermaid are just a few of the companies that call Atlanta home.
Atlanta Real Estate: Entertainment and Activities
Atlanta residents are far from being an “all-work, no-play” bunch. Each of the cities listed in our neighborhood section have their own way of enjoying life, starting with downtown Atlanta. This bustling district is home to the CNN Center, The World of Coke, and Centennial Park (of 1996 Olympic Games fame). Here is where you’ll find Georgia Dome and Philips Arena, the homes of Atlanta’s professional football and basketball teams. On any given night, you can indulge in Broadway-style shows at the Fox Theater, multiple sporting events, live music and shows, movies, and any type of cuisine you fancy, from down-home cooking to the hottest Asian fusion.
Atlanta Real Estate and Atlanta Homes For Sale - Call Today!
If you’re searching for a home in the Atlanta area, you’ve come to the right place. Atlanta Real Estate Brokers is owned and operated by a native Atlantan whose family has called Atlanta home for over 100 years. Our team knows Atlanta, and we know we can help you find just the right home, land, or commercial property to meet your real estate needs. Please feel free to visit any of our other city pages to get a feel for that local areas or if you prefer, pick up the phone and give us call. We are always ready to help!
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