Marketing Your Home to Millenials

Amber Randhawa Homeowner and Homebuyer Tips

Forget what you may have heard about millenials shying away from home ownership. While it is true that some millennials prefer to rent and stay flexible in their location, every year, more and more from their generation enter the real estate market as prospective buyers. And just like every generation before them, many millennials have specific preferences about what they …

Home Trends on the Horizon

Amber Randhawa Interior Decorating

What will the last half of 2020 bring as far as new home design trends? Come 2021, what will buyers be looking for and what will the DIY crowd be doing to update the look of their homes? We’ve looked into the crystal ball and we are here to tell you what the most sought after home elements will be …

Ponce City Market Slowly Reopening

Amber Randhawa What's Happening Around Atlanta

After being almost fully shuttered since mid-March, Ponce City Market has slowly begun the process of reopening. Not every resident of the market feels comfortable opening at all, and some are only returning to take out service, but this is one more step toward normalcy for the market and food hall that is a favorite among Atlantans and visitors alike. This …

Home Sales are….UP?

Amber Randhawa Real Estate Trends

Yes, you read that correctly. MarketNsight has released May numbers and it shows that Atlanta’s pending home sales for the first half of May 2020 are up 18% over the same period last year. This information comes as a surprise to many people who believed that the Coronavirus epidemic would slow home sales. It was widely believed that potential sellers …

Drive-In Movies at The Plaza Theatre

Amber Randhawa What's Happening Around Atlanta

Atlanta’s Plaza Theatre, located in the Poncey-Highland neighborhood, is our city’s oldest operating moving theater, having been in business for 80 years. Along with other cinemas, it was forced to close its doors in March, leaving owner Christopher Escobar unsure about the movie theater’s future. Like many other business owners across Atlanta, the Coronavirus pandemic has forced Escobar to think …

Springreens Community Cafe Serving the Local Community

Amber Randhawa Giving Back, What's Happening Around Atlanta

Springreens Community Cafe has been around for less than two years, occupying a small corner in the East Lake community. For almost a month now, they have quietly been serving free meals to their neighbors, no questions asked. The restaurant estimates that they have given away 5,000 free hot meals since beginning the program on April 23rd. Meals are available …

Open Houses in the Age of Coronavirus

Amber Randhawa Homeowner and Homebuyer Tips, Real Estate Trends

Now that Georgia is gradually opening back up, industries all over are trying to navigate new guidelines and rules, along with varying comfort levels people have with being out and about. This is the case for real estate agents as well, who are accustomed to taking a very personal approach to the services they provide. Even in the midst of …

New Restaurants on the Scene during Shelter in Place

Amber Randhawa What's Happening Around Atlanta

Imagine spending months or even years planning and building out a new restaurant with a prospective opening in early to mid 2020, and putting all of the work into it, only to find yourself opening just before the largest upset to the dining industry in recent memory. That’s exactly what has happened to several new restaurants around Atlanta. Shortly after …