Brookhaven…Atlanta’s Hidden Gem

Amber Randhawa What's Happening Around Atlanta

Long recognized as a favorite in-town neighborhood, Brookhaven became an independent city in 2012, and has seen continued popularity as both a place to live and a destination for dining and outdoor activities. Despite being so close to downtown Atlanta, Brookhaven boasts plentiful greenspace, from pocket parks to the Ashford Forest Preserve, an old-growth forest with natural springs and wetlands. …

Things to Consider When Selling Your Home During the Holidays

Amber Randhawa Home Staging, Homeowner and Homebuyer Tips

Many experts will have you believe that if you want to sell your home, you’d better list it in the spring to capitalize on the spring and summer home buying season. They aren’t wrong – April is the month of peak home prices, when you can expect to receive the highest price for your property when it hits the market. …

Who’s Who Among Real Christmas Trees?

Amber Randhawa Uncategorized

It seems like there are two types of people in the world when Christmas rolls around – those who absolutely love the smell and look of a real Christmas tree, and those who wouldn’t have one in there house for any reason. If you are an artificial tree fan, you’ll find no judgment here. There are many reasons to opt …

Major Changes for Historic Downtown Chamblee on the Horizon

Amber Randhawa BrownDaniel News, What's Happening Around Atlanta

Two major commercial real estate developments are being planned for Chamblee, as part of the first phase of the Chamblee Town Center project, which seeks to transform the downtown district with public spaces, parking and amenities, and a mix of commercial and residential developments. Both projects are scheduled to be reviewed by Chamblee planners on November 18th and by the …

Tips for Keeping Your House Warmer That Don’t Involve Your Thermostat

Amber Randhawa Homeowner and Homebuyer Tips, Interior Decorating

Have you started waking up to chilly mornings, ones that send you running straight for the thermostat? It’s a frequent problem during the fall in Atlanta – warm afternoons that lead you to turn the heat off and even boot the AC back up, only to find yourself freezing when you wake up to 40 degree weather the next morning. …

Where to get Your Thanksgiving Take Out Meals This Year

Amber Randhawa What's Happening Around Atlanta

Just like most everything else, Thanksgiving is going to look a bit different this year. Many of us who normally travel great distances to attend large family gatherings will be avoiding airports and crowds, and sticking close to home instead. Likewise, people who normally enjoy their Thanksgiving meal at a restaurant may be interested in changing those plans as well, …

Who’s To Blame in Common Neighborhood Disputes

Amber Randhawa Homeowner and Homebuyer Tips

Living in a neighborhood has distinctive advantages over living on a solitary stretch of land. Amenities such as tennis and basketball courts, playgrounds, a pool and clubhouse are major selling points, especially for families with young children. Sidewalks and quiet streets with less traffic than main roads make us feel safe as we walk and ride bikes, and such streets …