Modern New Construction in the heart of East Lake just steps from Oakhurst

Searching for new construction Modern homes?  Don’t miss this one in East Lake just steps from Oakhurst…

Modern New Construction Nest Atlanta

2587 Knox Street NE | Atlanta, GA 30317

4 bedrooms | 2.5 bathrooms |  2 Car Carport | 2 Covered Porches

Nestled in popular East Lake, this new construction modern gem has designer finishes throughout, gleaming hardwoods, 10 ft ceilings and an open floor plan that’s ideal for entertaining!  The Chef’s kitchen boasts a large island, walk in pantry, high end SS appliances, innovative Sharp drawer microwave, and under cabinet lighting. The living room has a modern linear fireplace and full light casement windows.

Follow the custom iron railings upstairs to find the spacious master suite and two secondary light-filled bedrooms.  The master boasts a private balcony, custom walk-in closet, and spa-like ensuite with soaking tub.

This home doesn’t stop here, it offers a custom modern fenced yard, two-car carport, and oodles of upgrades.  It’s also just around the corner from Oakhurst Village and a hop skip and a jump from the restaurants at 2nd & Hosea.  What more is there to say except… Welcome Home!

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Please call 404-205-8600 if you’d like to see this home in person!


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This East Lake Modern new construction for sale is exclusively listed by Jamie Walzer at eXp Realty.  For more information about the neighborhood and this lovely renovation, please call 404-205-8600.

Virginia Highland Real Estate Market

Virginia Highland Real Estate Market Report   

2015 was another strong year for VAHI

Let’s review a few of the highlights from 2014 to 2015 in one of Atlanta’s most treasured in-town neighborhoods.

Less Inventory in 2015 vs. 2014
In 2014 there were 139 home sales in Atlanta’s Virginia Highland.  Compare that to 2015’s 90 homes sales which shows we are trending more towards inventory levels on par with 2007 & 2008.  That should help to make the Virgina Highland Real Estate market more of a balanced market.

6% Increase in Home Sale Prices
In 2015, Virginia Highland Real Estate Market prices averaged $41,000 more than the average home sale prices in 2014.  Home sale prices varied from the lowest recorded market sale of $340,000 to a $1,550,000 top of the market sale.

Homes for Sale Virginia Highland

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1 out of 4 Homes Sold Over Asking Price
In 2015, 25% of homes in the Virginia Highland Real Estate Market sold over asking price.  That generally signifies there was a bidding war over the property.

More Information on VAHI
If you would like more information on Virginia Highland or to learn more about the surrounding neighborhoods of Morningside, Inman Park or Ansley Park, please click the Contact Us button at the top of the site and one of our neighborhood experts will contact you.

You can also learn more about the original Live-Work Neighborhood in Atlanta by visiting their website.





Kirkwood Cottage for Sale | 158 Clay Street

Just Listed! Kirkwood Cottage for Sale

Learn more about this Kirkwood cottage for sale158 Clay Street in Atlanta, GA 30317

2 bedrooms :: 1 bathroom :: FMLS # 5634816

Have you been looking for a Kirkwood home that’s move-in ready but will also allow you to put your finishing touches on it?

158 Clay Street may be the PERFECT Kirkwood home for you.

This charming home will make your heart skip a beat when you see the light-filled rooms, inviting living areas and warm paint colors. Living room opens to a separate dining room and then the kitchen. The kitchen is a cheerful space that overlooks the deep, fully fenced backyard. VIEW MORE PHOTOS OF THIS HOME.

Just down the hall, yol’ll find two larger than average bedrooms, including the spacious master that also opens to the back yard. An unfinished basement offers oodles of storage space. This is the perfect starter home and it’s just a hop, skip and a jump away from Downtown Kirkwood.

This Kirkwood home for sale is exclusively listed by the Nest Atlanta Real Estate Group at EXP Realty. For more information about 158 Clay Street or the Kirkwood neighborhood, please call us at 404-205-8600.


Holiday Events in Atlanta

Looking for the best holiday events in Atlanta?  

Check out the AJC’s Guide to Holiday Events in Atlanta for 2015.

Holiday Events in Atlanta

I’ve also highlighted some of my favorites…

Holiday Lights!
There are several locations to view all holiday lights in town.  I personally love the Atlanta Botanical Gardens displays.  Insider Tip: Buy your tickets in advance and if you can, go on one of the non-peak nights for best viewing – Monday through Wednesday.

For Adults Only Night Out, Go see: Merry %#!*ing Christmas
Enjoy a holiday performance presented by Dad’s Garage at Alliance Theatre filled with laughs, jokes, and lots of curse words.  It’s a great way to step out of any stress the season is presenting and laugh your night away with some adult friends.

Go Ice Skating Outside!
Tis the season for putting on your hat and gloves and making some memories with your kids, family, and friends.  There are many outdoor ice rinks in Atlanta during the month of December.  Find which one is closer and then pour yourself a thermos of hot chocolate and hit the ice.

Do Something Good for Someone Else
While this should be something we do every month, the month of December can be particularly difficult for those less fortunate.  There are even many different ways you can volunteer your time if you don’t have money to give.  Every little bit helps and just a few hours or dollars of your time can make a huge difference in someone’s life.

Purchase the Ultimate Holiday Gift – A New Home!
Tis the season for making New Years Resolutions and starting the season off on a new fit.  If that vision to you includes a new place to call home, we can help you to achieve that goal.  To get started, just let us know what you are looking for and where; and one of our neighborhood specialists will contact you back within 24 hours to discuss your home search.

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We look forward to helping you with your home search and wish you a safe and happy holiday season!




What to ask your Home Inspector

When you buy a home in Atlanta (or really anywhere for that matter,) you should know exactly what you’re purchasing. Think of how frustrating it would be to find out that the hot water heater doesn’t work, especially in the middle of a shower! This is just one of the many reasons why you should ALWAYS get a home inspection before you purchase your home. This could be the single most important thing you do before buying your next home.  Before you hire a home inspector, ask the potential inspectors a few questions to determine that you’ve hire a trustworthy and educated inspector.

What to ask your home inspector…Home Inspections Atlanta

  1. What is included in your home inspection? Not all inspections are the same so don’t assume something will be covered- ask to be sure!  There are inspection items that you can add for additional costs.  For example: Radon, mold, or asbestos testing.  If you are concerned about something specific, like a faucet that is leaking in the kitchen, be sure to tell your home inspector about that so you can be certain they have checked it out.
  2. Are you licensed or certified with ASHI? Georgia inspections should have their ASHI certification at minimum.  Choose a home inspector who belongs to American Society of Home Inspectors. This shows a level of professionalism and education that you can trust.
  3. What kind of report will you give me? You should expect a written report detailing what the inspector found.  Ask for copies of previous home inspections so you can see examples of what exactly they will review about your new Atlanta home. Most inspectors will give you a typed report within 24 hours of the inspection. Make sure the inspector will be available to explain any questions on the report and that you have follow up contact information directly to the home inspector.
  4. Will I be able to attend the inspection?  Yes!  And you SHOULD! If the inspector tells you not to attend, find someone else. This is your chance to get to know the home and to understand exactly what you are buying and what potential repairs you or the seller will have to make.  Make sure to ask the inspector to show you where the water and power shut-off are located as these are very important things for a home owner to know in case of an emergency situation.
  5. Go over your inspection with your Atlanta real estate agent.  They and the home inspector can help you to understand what is a big deal and what is typical of a home at it’s current age.  Understand that purchasing a resale home will come with some wear and tear, but if you have the knowledge to know what is a major issue and what can be repaired relatively easily, then you are equipped to make the right decision if the home is for you.

As your real estate agent, I will guide you through the home buying process. Let me help you find your new Atlanta Home. Call me today at 404.558.1177 or email me at