Heery Brothers is delighted to welcome Joy Andrews to our team. As market activity continues to build, Joy adds a great deal of depth and professionalism. We are fortunate to find somebody that is such a good fit. Joy Andrews has over 12 years’ experience in real estate sales, sales management, new construction, market analysis and marketing. She has worked in various markets around the Atlanta metro area concentrating on new construction and representing several builders, including John Wieland Homes … Read more
This is the headline from a great Wall Street Journal article today by Nick Timiraos. Click here to read.
When the trend bucks seasonality – that might be a sign of a strong recovery.
Some of the criticism of the recent residential recovery is that it is temporary and artificial because of low money cost and monetary policy. We think if this were completely true, we would not see it in more expensive markets. In our markets, where … Read more
Atlanta has lots of painted brick houses. We actually grew up in a painted brick house. 44 Wakefield in Brookwood Hills used to be red brick. In the 1950′s I think, our father mixed blue paint, thinner and water. The house has had a very distinctive look ever since. Painted brick is part of an American Revival architectural vernacular. It is a more conservative look compared to the eclectic architectural style prevalent in Atlanta’s new construction 10 years ago.
The … Read more
Heery Brothers is pleased to present another quality new home by experienced Earthcraft custom home builder, Crestar Properties. Ready for immediate occupancy. Brick & cedar, 10ft. ceilings, high end appointments, walk out backyard, plenty of unfinished daylight basement, sidewalk to Morris Brandon. Pool option $75,000. Property is also known as 985 Dawnview Lane. For more information in this listing, please click here. This is the third house to be built at the corner of West Wesley and Dawnview. The … Read more
Every year we blog about Atlanta’s top public elementary Schools. Why? Quite simple at a high level – Atlanta’s real estate market performance has been heavily co-related to school performance. And why is that? Well, this is not simple. Politics, demographics, availability of educational alternatives, etc. all play important roles. As far as real estate is concerned, a significant portion of property taxes are allocated to schools in the area. Where people are spending a high proportion of their income … Read more