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Area West Realty Listings: 746 Trailwood Drive, Riverdale

Move in ready solid brick home on great settled street, prefect for 1st time home buyers, but definitely not limited to.  Conveniently located, and close to everything you’d want, and all your buyer will need.  Don’t miss out on this gem, your buyer will NOT be disappointed.  Buyers could qualify for multiple Down Payment Assistance, […]

Committed to Communities:Westview Sat. June 29th

 http://westviewcommittedtocommunities-eorg.eventbrite.com/ RESOLUTION 2013 – OWN IT! You are invited to our 10th Committed to Communities event on Saturday, June 29th!  We will be returning to Westview, due to the storm that dampened our last effort there.  The neighbors in Westview are eager for us to showcase homeownership opportunities in their community. The starting point for […]

Affordable Housing Workshop and Bus Tour!

“Dear Friends of Invest Atlanta,   Please help us promote our upcoming affordable housing workshop and bus tour to your employees, friends, constituents, readers and networks. This event is free and prospective home buyers will get a chance to tour available properties in Atlanta neighborhoods and learn how to access up to $40,000 in downpayment […]

A Change in Approach Could Ease Housing Crisis

The United States is on track to experience a record number of foreclosures this year and could break another record in 2011, says columnist Ezra Klein, who lists four ideas housing industry experts are weighing as they attempt to jump-start a struggling market. One is to revamp the Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP) to empower […]

Failed Projects Turned Into Affordable Housing

Expensive cities like New York and Seattle are trying to find ways to change failed luxury projects into affordable housing for families with moderate incomes. Seattle has a measure on the ballot in the next election that would create a fund to buy market-rate real estate developments. New York is studying a plan to subsidize […]

First BeltLine Bonds Sold

  Atlanta, GA, Oct. 31, 2008 – Today, the City Of Atlanta closed on a private placement of BeltLine Tax Allocation District (TAD) bonds worth $64.5 million, slightly more than half (54%) of the original bond authorization approved by City Council in August 2008. Two local institutions, Wachovia Bank and SunTrust Bank, each purchased $32.25 […]

Model Home..

Have you ever toured a home and just wanted to -STAY? Well, that’s how I feel every time I see 523 E. Ontario.  This home is a perfect pad for those interested in 1) City living 2) An active, concerned neighborhood- residents and association 3)Affordability 4)A home with DETAILS! CHARACTER,CHARM- (leaving all your friends envious!) 5) […]

Employer-Assisted Housing Can Be the Answer

Rising home prices, increased housing costs, and today’s tightened mortgage market have put homeownership out of reach for many working families. In fact, nearly 40 percent of Americans believe there is a shortage of available affordable housing, according to a recent survey by the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®. The survey also found eight out of […]

Affordability Effort at Risk of Backfiring

Some real estate experts and economists are determining that the government’s plan to provide affordable housing is a bad idea. The program, which passed Congress a few weeks ago, offers local governments $4 billion to buy, repair, and resell homes lost to foreclosure. Real estate experts and economists point out that the government will now […]