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Vote for your favorite real estate horror story

Posted on 30, November 2011 by csadmin

We'd like to thank everyone who took the time to submit a real estate horror story for our contest. We knew there was some bad behavior out there but some were truly cringe-worthy. It was a difficult decision but our panel of judges has selected fivefalse

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Santa + Peachtree Street Castle = Holiday Spectacular!

Posted on 23, November 2011 by csadmin

Since you're a cool parent and don't subscribe to the obvious, why not skip the mall Santa this year?  Your kids would much rather visit the one that'll be sitting for pictures at the only Rhineland style castle on Peachtree Street - Rhodes Hall!

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A Quick Timeline of Atlanta's Most Cherished Holiday Traditions: A Tree and A Pig

Posted on 22, November 2011 by csadmin

The holiday season in Atlanta means two things (well, three after you throw in traffic):  the lighting of Macy's Great Tree, and Priscilla the Pink Pig.  These two yuletide institutions started out half a century ago before Lenox Square, wherefalse

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Disgruntled Condo Owners at Twelve Atlantic Station Lose Again

Posted on 21, November 2011 by csadmin

Attention condo dwellers: the Georgia Supreme Court has spoken, and unless expressly guaranteed in the purchase agreement, that spectacular skyline view you enjoy might not be there forever.  That's some tough news for the eight condo dwellers at false

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Posted in atlanta condos, atlanta condos for sale, Properties, twelve atlantic station, atlantic station condos, Neighborhood News

This Week’s Over-The-Top Property: The Sword Gate House Is "Without Peer in the City of Charleston"

Posted on 18, November 2011 by csadmin

In this weekly feature on Clicks & Mortar, we bring you the most notable or interesting property we can find in the Charleston metro area. This week’s featured over-the-top property is...

32 Legare Street, Charleston, SC 29401 - $23M

The Sword Gatefalse

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The Healey Building Proves That the Goth Look Can Be Charming, Too

Posted on 17, November 2011 by csadmin

The Fairlie Poplar District is by far my favorite nook of downtown Atlanta.  The tight street grid, historic architecture, and general buzz (well, at least during the week) just feels so classically urban.  And the Healey Building offers up greatfalse

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Piedmont Park's "Season of Magic" Kicks Off Its Inaugural Holiday Season

Posted on 16, November 2011 by csadmin

Piedmont Park is gearing up for their first ever "Season of Magic"!  Their lineup of festive activities is a nice change from the usual obligatory Lake Lanier/Callaway Gardens light shows, plus there's Baton Bob!  Proceeds will go to a cause allfalse

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You Can Now Search Clickscape for Homes in the Charleston, S.C. Area!

Posted on 15, November 2011 by csadmin

Clickscape just got a little more genteel, y'all.  That's because you can now browse Charleston, S.C.-area listings on our website!

Savannah's older, more aristocratic sister to the north is chock full of impressive homes and estates, from thefalse

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Posted in charleston real estate, Buyer Tools, charleston homes, Neighborhoods

Which of Atlanta's Civil War Battlefields Morphed Into Neighborhoods? All of Them.

Posted on 14, November 2011 by csadmin

Does your home stand on a Civil War battlefield?

While Atlanta doesn't have the best track record when it comes to preserving its historical structures, there's no denying the history that's happened here.  We're mainly known for two things, thefalse

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Posted in atlanta civil war, atlanta real estate, ga homes for sale, georgia real estate, Events, Neighborhoods

This Week’s Over-The-Top Property: American As Apple Pie

Posted on 10, November 2011 by csadmin

In this weekly feature on Clicks & Mortar, we bring you the most notable or interesting property we can find in the Atlanta metro area. This week’s featured over-the-top property is...

1103 Apple Pie Ridge Road, Alto, GA 30510 - $6.9M

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20 Tips for Keeping Your Home Safe, Warm, and Energy Efficient This Winter

Posted on 10, November 2011 by csadmin

Even though Old Man Winter is creeping up fast it's not too late to make sure your home's ready for the coming months of cold.  Sure, winter in the South is usually small fish compared to cities above the Mason-Dixon Line, but have you everfalse

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The Intriguing, Invisible World of Atlanta's Eruvim

Posted on 09, November 2011 by csadmin

Within certain northern Atlanta neighborhoods there exists "walled" sanctuaries that are mostly invisible to those not of the Orthodox Jewish faith.  It's called an eruv, and it's a fascinating example of how ancient culture can adjust to modernfalse

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Posted in eruv, eruvim, metro atlanta neighborhoods, sandy springs, virginia highland, alpharetta, dunwoody, johns creek, Neighborhoods, toco hills

Mortgage Loan Preapproval: The Most Important Thing You Will Do in Your Life, Ever

Posted on 08, November 2011 by csadmin

Thinking about buying a home?  Wonderful!  Before you embark on the game of home ownership, you need to get preapproved by your lender.  While this step isn't half as fun as browsing Clickscape for your future dream home, it's an extremelyfalse

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Posted in atlanta real estate, buyer tips, ga homes for sale, tn homes for sale, buyer pre-apporval, Buyer Tools

Well Wattle Ya Know? The 6 Best Places to Buy a Turkey in Atlanta

Posted on 07, November 2011 by csadmin

Thanksgiving is fast approaching!   If you want your feast to impress, you'd better start planning now.  Remember last year when you were cooking that expired frozen lasagna twenty minutes before everyone arrived, and the only thing you had tofalse

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D-Lite Exposes Our Social Media Hopes and Dreams

Posted on 04, November 2011 by csadmin

The Clickscape gang is eagerly anticipating our social media makeover that'll be provided by Listen Interactive next Tuesday, November 8th!  It's going to be a great opportunity to get some pointers from some of the savviest social media gurus outfalse

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This Week’s Over-The-Top Property: That’s Some Pricey Cabbage!

Posted on 04, November 2011 by csadmin

In this weekly feature on Clicks & Mortar, we bring you the most notable or interesting property we can find in the Atlanta metro area. This week’s featured over-the-top property is...

151 Estoria Street SE, Atlanta GA, 30316 - $629K

Our featuredfalse

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Get Out and Enjoy the Chili Weather in Atlanta's Coolest Neighborhoods!

Posted on 03, November 2011 by csadmin

I'm not sure if this coming weekend could get any better.  The weather will be fit for the filming of an autumnal Hallmark Channel movie, and there's a trio of events going on intown that promise a great afternoon of brew and chew.  This season isfalse

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Posted in atlanta real estate, cabbagetown atlanta, decatur, ga homes for sale, inman park atlanta, Events

Pulte's Betting on Buckhead Townhomes (Again) with Ferncliff at Lenox

Posted on 02, November 2011 by csadmin

Five years ago, a lot being cleared for development would elicit perhaps a glance or two.  Growth was a regular part of life at that point; the AJC even had a weekly special section (optimistically entitled Horizon) devoted to the seemingly endlessfalse

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Posted in atlanta real estate, development, ga homes for sale, Properties, Buckhead, buckhead real estate, Neighborhood News

Battle of the Atlanta Neighborhoods: Historic Brookhaven vs. Brookwood Hills

Posted on 01, November 2011 by csadmin

By a strange twist of fate, Buckhead is bookended on its north and south sides by neighborhoods with somewhat similar names.  Brookhaven and Brookwood Hills are both prestigious intown communities with gorgeous historic architecture, but each isfalse

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Posted in atlanta real estate, brookhaven atlanta, brookwood hills, ga homes for sale, Neighborhoods

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