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It’s Fall Y’all!

Thursday, October 1st, 2015

IMG_5239Ahhhh! Welcome to fall.  The cool crisp air is among us (in the mornings!) and we can start to enjoy the outside without sweating to death.  Wonder what’s going on around town when taking a break from getting out your boots, scarves, and baking pumpkin everything? I was curious too.  Here are my top 5 things to do, it’s time to dust off the boots and get out of the city for a day!

1. Georgia Apple Festival ::  On October 10-17, this festival is a short drive to Ellijay, GA.  With arts and crafts, a classic car show, parade, apple pie recipe contest and of course apple picking, you’ll find something for everyone in your family.  Admission is only $5.00 and kids 10 and under are free.

2. Helen Oktoberfest :: This year will mark the 45th annual Oktoberfest in Helen, which makes it the longest running in the United States! Starting on September 17 and running through November 1, you’ll find plenty of beer, brats, lederhosen! Or take a dance partner to do the polka to one of the many German-style bands that will be preforming.  Tickets are $8.00 MondayFriday, $10.00 on Saturday, and Sunday’s are free!

3. Georgia Mountain Fall Festival :: From October 9-17 get on up to Hiawassee, GA.  Not only does this festival have all the usual things (music and arts /crafts) it also has a pioneer village and “old ways” demo.  Let your kids see how and old mountain town used to look and operate in the pioneer village and learn how to quilt, make soap, or how to be a blacksmith in the “old ways” demonstrations.  Tickets are $12.00 and children 12 and under are free.  Parking is also free!

4. The Rock Ranch :: It’s a quick trip to this hidden gem in The Rock, GA.  Hay rides, corn maze, pony rides, petting zoo, and pedal cars are just a few of the numerous activities The Ranch has to offer.  Seriously, there are more activities than I could name, you’ll certainly spend the whole day here! This is definitely on my list for fall! Tickets are $15.00 per person (age 2 and up).

5. The Peters Co. Pumpkin Patch :: Yep! Our very own pumpkin patch for our awesome clients, friends, and families! This event is The Peters Company’s favorite event of the year! We’ll have a pumpkin for each family to take home, jumpy house, cotton candy, popcorn, and much, much, more! Mark your calendars now for October 18 and be on the lookout for your invitation in your mailbox soon!

Written by Katelyn Sheffield, The Peters Company Transaction Coordinator

So you think you’re slick not using an agent…

Thursday, September 24th, 2015

I love it when a prospective homebuyer tells me that they have an agent, but they aren’t sure they are going to use them. [to be read with extreme sarcasm] Or how about when someone wants to represent themselves because they don’t need an agent? These buyers might think they’re being slick, but there’s a fair amount of riverboat gambling going on there. Let me debunk a few myth misconceptions about the real estate business.

  1. “I don’t want to fool with a real estate agent so I’m just going to ‘cut to the chase and make my offer to the agent directly. Agents like agents. It’s a lot easier for an agent to reason with another agent, separating the emotion from logic, than it is to effectively communicate with a party to a transaction directly. Also, agents are going to prepare their clients appropriately so they know what to expect and why to expect it. If all things were equal, I’d much prefer to have an agent on the other side of a transaction because it just makes the transaction smoother for everyone. This is a sentiment shared by most agents I know. Transactions without an agent on the other side at some point or another are bound to get awkward.
  2. “Without an agent representing me, I’m going to save those agent fees. Sales commissions are agreed upon upfront between the Seller and the agent in the listing agreement before the property is ever even put on the market. The listing agent agrees to split or provide compensation for the agent who brings the buyer. If you don’t have an agent, you’re not saving 3-4%. The listing agent is simply making double the money. The listing agreement controls the commission in the transaction unless otherwise agreed upon in writing in the sales agreement. If the sales commission is already set and going to be paid regardless, why would you not want an agent representing you in the transaction?
  3. “I don’t need representation because my attorney can draw up my contract for me. Representation is more than drawing up paperwork. Representation is ensuring that you aren’t overpaying or that you’re not missing a key defect or red flag surrounding a property. A quality agent representing a buyer provides wise counsel throughout the process and has access to highly vetted vendors and service providers such as contractors, lenders, movers, etc. who ensure you have what you need when you need it. Currently 1/3 of under contract transactions are terminated for one reason or another prior to reaching the closing table. When deals don’t close, attorneys still have to be paid for their time regardless. Real estate agents are only compensated with a closed deal. Don’t lose the house and get stuck with a massive attorney bill!
  4. “I can get all the information I need off Zillow or Trulia. We get this one a lot. While the internet is certainly changing the way we all do real estate, it’s not a one stop shop. The internet is only as good as the information that’s uploaded to it, and these two websites have a lot of garbage information pulled from tax records and slowly updated or glitchy MLS feeds. Trulia and Zillow’s business plan is built around advertising and their ability to sell buyer leads from their sites to real estate agents. To look it as anything more than that would be naive. Would you choose WebMD vs a primary care physician? Of course you wouldn’t! It’s a good starting point perhaps for research, but ultimately you have to have personal care and attention. Going at one of the largest investments of your life without a professional by your side is not advised.

You’d expect me to advocate the use of real estate agents since I am one, but I hope you’ll consider the pitfalls, liabilities and risks associated with not using an agent. If you’ve used an agent in the past and been burned, you’re one of many people we talk to every week. I’m here to tell you that not all real estate agents are created equal. At The Peters Company we tell all of our clients upfront that we want this to be the best real estate transaction of their life, and then we go and make it happen through first class representation. Looking for a Metro Atlanta home and want agent representation? Call us today at 404-419-3619!

Written by Andy Peters


Thursday, September 17th, 2015


Back in 2004 when Lesley and I moved to Brookhaven, we were backhanded by our realtor at the time and labeled “yuppies” for our abandonment of the suburbs and affinity for, at that time, a pioneering pocket of our great city of Atlanta. I remember being pretty offended by the label “yuppie.” After all, it had always held a negative connotation in my vocabulary, but then I actually looked up the word and got a little more comfortable. The source of all knowledge, Wikipedia, describes it this way:

A yuppie (/ˈjʌpi/; short for “young urban professional” or “young upwardly-mobile professional”) is defined by one source as being “a young college-educated adult who has a job that pays a lot of money and who lives and works in or near a large city” (Wikipedia)

I don’t know about the “lot of money” part because I was a water boy at the time selling drinking water and Lesley was a schoolteacher. We weren’t exactly rolling in the dough. We were young, and we were aspiring professionals. Oh, and we had a college degree, and I guess we were upwardly mobile. Nailed it! We were yuppies! It just took me some time to get to neutral on the term.

Once the epitome of yuppie, you’ll see Brookhaven today filled with baby strollers as all the yuppies, myself included, just stayed put while family happened. This would be a logical gentrification cycle for any area, further legitimizing a community. Atlanta continues to grow through the creation of jobs, lower cost of living, and pleasant climate, and young professionals are moving here in droves. Other areas strongly attracting the young professional crowd include Midtown, Virginia Highland, Decatur, and East Atlanta. So where’s the next big yuppie destination? This is a little risky and may be perhaps hard to see right now, but I think Doraville is going to go yuppity yup yup over the next 10-20 years. With the GM plant being redeveloped into movie studios and super affordable housing still existing slightly inside and outside the top end perimeter, I think you’ll start seeing some major investments made in the Doraville community. You heard it here first!

So, the next time you hear an area referred to as “yuppie,” remember that it’s really not a bad thing. You might want to figure out what’s yup with that.

Written by Andy Peters (opinion only)

Spotlight on Atlanta Architect J.P. Curran with Curran and Co.

Tuesday, September 15th, 2015

IMG_5082On Thursday evening, Andy and I had the great pleasure of attending Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles Premiere Party for the Serenbe Designer 2015 Showcase Home. Best yet… we were guests of our personal architect and friend, J.P. Curran, who was the architect of the gorgeous 2015 showhome.

And, I should say that there are very few individuals that would make me want to drive through torrential downpours, flooded interstates, and Braves traffic with Andy Peters behind the wheel. (If you’ve seen Andy drive, you know what I’m talking about.) But, for me, J.P. Curran is one of those people! He created our very own dream home for us in Brookhaven 2 years ago! And, not a day goes by, that I’m not thankful for our home that he so artfully designed!

Serenbe HouseYou see, J.P. has a knack for listening. I’ll never forget the first time we met with him. He was so quiet and reserved. (I’m accustomed to real estate agents who talk non-stop!) J.P. listened! Like really listened. Andy and I walked out of that meeting thinking there would be many, many more to follow as J.P. learned more about what we were looking for. We were wrong. We opened the first drawings a couple of weeks later and were absolutely AMAZED at how he had captured the home we’d been dreming of but just couldn’t put into details or words!

One of my biggest hang-ups with a home is when I drive by and can tell exactly what decade it was built! JP’s background from Historical Concepts has provided him with a background in traditional architecture and planning that will NEVER go out of style. And, I love that you’ll drive by my home 20 years from now and not realize it was built in 2014!

In our team meeting, just this morning, one of our agents was discussing a builder and said, “Gosh, I just wished they built prettier houses!” Andy and I immediately chimed in, “It’s not about the builder. It’s ALL about the ARCHITECT!”

JM Architect PaperIf you are looking to build a new construction home in Atlanta, I cannot recommend J.P. Curran from Curran and Co enough! His homes are simply stunning. In fact, go check one out for yourself!

Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles Serenbe 2015 Showhouse will be open through October 4th on Thursdays-Saturdays from 10-6 and Sundays from 12-6. For more information, visit

P.S. Our family thinks so highly of J.P. that our son, JM, wants to be an architect too! Check out his latest writing paper from school!

Written by Lesley Peters

Pesky Peachtree

Thursday, September 10th, 2015

Peachtree StIf you’re new to Atlanta (or even if you’re not), you’re probably wondering – what is up with this city’s obsession with peach trees? Ironically, Atlanta has many more pine trees than peach trees, but you wouldn’t know it by driving through. With 71 streets containing the word “Peachtree” and many of them intersecting or overlapping you can see why your GPS would be going a bit crazy.

Since the route along “Peachtree” is the heart of where we sell real estate, it’s a fun little game to explain to new residents that when locals say “Peachtree Street” we’re usually talking about the main road that runs through the middle of the city. However, the real fun (and looks of confusion) begin when I explain that the SAME road has five names. It starts in Midtown at Peachtree Street and eventually becomes Peachtree Road in Buckhead, Peachtree Boulevard through Chamblee, Peachtree Industrial Boulevard in Norcross and finally Peachtree Parkway in (you guessed it) Peachtree Corners – not to be confused with Peachtree City. Whew.

The good news is that so long as you’re somewhere on Peachtree you’ll find plenty to do. Many prominent office buildings including the Georgia Pacific Tower, Westin Peachtree Plaza, SunTrust Plaza and Bank of America Plaza are all located on this famous road. If you’re looking for fine arts, you’re covered with the Woodruff Arts Center, the High Museum of Art, Atlanta Symphony and Alliance Theatre company all calling Peachtree home. As you move further north on Peachtree you’ll hit some of the city’s most fabulous shopping spots such as Lenox Square Mall, Phipps Plaza and the new Buckhead Atlanta (the South’s version of Rodeo Drive). And, just in case you were wondering, our office is also located off Peachtree Road!

And whether you’re looking to live in Peachtree Hills, Peachtree Battle, off Peachtree-Dunwoody Road or anywhere in between, we would LOVE to help you find the perfect home. Call us anytime!

Written by Jennie Moshure, Lead Buyer Specialist at The Peters Company

Congrats to The Peters Company July Metro Atlanta Homebuyers!

Tuesday, September 8th, 2015

July Buyer 2015 Collage

Congrats, Vy and Jenny on purchasing your AMAZING new construction home in Brookhaven! You have known Jennie since your college days at Georgia State, and it means SO much that you put your faith in our team to help you sell and buy! There may have been a few bumps in the road but everything turned out beautifully. We hope you, Madeline and Luke love your home for many, many years.

Congratulations, Garry and Kim on your new adorable Ashford Park home! When you met Jennie and Andy at an open house last winter, who knew that you would become great friends and clients over the next few months!? Garry is the epitome of the perfect client, and it probably helps that his mom is a Realtor. So, he understands the life of an agent first hand. The search wasn’t always easy, but we think you found the PERFECT home, and a proposal at the end thrilled all of the girls on the team (Andy was excited too). Congrats again on your new home and upcoming nuptials!

Edythe, congrats on buying your very first home! We LOVE your location in Ashford Creek, and are so happy that you stayed in Brookhaven! Your townhouse is the perfect place for you to call home, and we can’t wait to see your “finishing touches!” Thanks for your trust in our team, and congrats, again!

Jason and Gini, congratulations on purchasing your very first home together – and it’s a gem! I think it was fate for us to drive into that neighborhood the night we found your home. While the search wasn’t always easy, you literally found the PERFECT blend of each of your styles. Jennie is super jealous of your shiplap ceilings, and we fully expect to be invited to a football party in your amazing “all seasons” room!

Congrats, Dave and Tracey on living your dream of owning an amazing home! We love helping family! For years you’ve sent us referrals and clients, and we were so excited to finally get the chance to help YOU buy a house! We know it will be a labor of love, but we are so excited to see the home when you’re finished making it your own! Thanks for your constant trust in our team. You’re the best!

Kathy – you did it again!  You bought two more investment properties in Buckhead, renovated them and rented them in a matter of weeks. You could do a tv show on how to turn a profit on a rental flip. Cross Creek is a great gated community that has pools, tennis courts and a golf course nestled in beautiful Buckhead yet all close to midtown.

Peter and Mary Ann started out in Roswell and ended up in the highly sought after Sibley Forest in East Cobb! What a wonderful way to start your new life together (and your soon to be baby girl) in your lovely new home! It was so fun working with such great friends and seeing your excitement when we found this home. I know you will enjoy this very social neighborhood and the swim/tennis too. A big congratulations to you on your new home and your bundle of joy arriving in November!  We are thrilled for your family!

When we first met for the buyer consultation and you said you were getting married in May 2016, I thought we would have a lot of months to search for the perfect place to call home. On our first outing, Chris and Katie fell in love with the 2nd house we saw in Brookhaven and closed on it 6 weeks later! You wanted a place you could stay in for a while and you got it – a Brookhaven charmer with a fabulous screened porch, a big deck and a fenced in yard for your dog. And by the way, Go Dawgs! Congratulations you two!

We went from new construction to condos and ended up with a fabulous townhome in your dream Brookhaven location! I can’t wait to see your before and after photos once you get your renovations and painting complete!  It has the open concept you wanted and soaring ceilings in a quiet, small community. So happy we found you a wonderful place to call home for many years to come! You were a pleasure to work with and I am honored to have been able to help you buy your first home! I am so happy your mom was able to join in and have some fun with us during your exciting adventure!  Congratulations, Heather!

Rod and Kelly were on the hunt for a family home in Marietta’s famous school districts when they stumbled across a for sale by owner. This turned out to be the best house for your family and some of the nicest sellers I’ve ever worked with in my 12 years of selling real estate! It was just meant to be especially after we saw the Auburn themed basement. They took pride in their home and it was maintained perfectly and nicely renovated on top of that.  We all hit it off with each other and they even had you over to meet the neighbors after we went under contract.  I know your family will love living in such a well loved home on a quiet cul-de-sac in a wonderful neighborhood with swim and tennis too! Congratulations on your beautiful home! And, special thanks for trusting our team with your sale and new purchase!

Did you know?  According to the National Association of Realtors, the average real estate agent sells 7 homes per year.  The Peters Company has sold over 118 homes so far this year with 18 more under contract and set to close in the coming months. Don’t settle for average!  Work with the best, and call us today. 

Just Listed :: Beautiful Home in Vinings on the Chattahoochee!

Thursday, September 3rd, 2015

2051 Village Crest Drive NW Flyer front2051 Village Crest Drive NW Flyer back

Welcome home! You’ll love this beautiful home nestled in the popular Vinings on the Chattahoochee neighborhood. The open floor plan, custom features, and charming character will never go out of style. The close proximity to I-285 and I-75 makes this home convenient to and from any direction. You’ll also have easy access to the highways, byways, and activities that make this location such a well loved destination!


  • Loaded with thoughtful touches, custom features, and a great open floor plan.
  • Kitchen features stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, large island with breakfast bar, pantry, and spacious breakfast area.
  • Family room boasts plenty of natural light and a cozy gas starter fireplace.
  • Separate dining room is perfect for entertaining.
  • Master suite is a true retreat including a vaulted ceiling, sitting area, and large walk-in closet.
  • Spa-like master bathroom features a double vanity, garden tub, and separate shower.
  • Additional bedrooms are well-sized and bright.
  • Main level bedroom and full bathroom are ideal for guests.
  • Two car garage with ample space for storage.
  • Great outdoor space includes a patio overlooking the fully fenced backyard which backs up to greenspace.
  • Wonderful community amenities including a swimming pool, tennis courts, and clubhouse.


Call The Peters Company today to see this wonderful home at 2051 Village Crest Drive NW… 404-419-3619!


Movin’ On Up in Metro Atlanta

Thursday, September 3rd, 2015

Atlanta PeachCongratulations! You’ve made it through your due diligence period and other contingencies and you’re finally about to close on your purchase or sale! The next step is moving! Have you begun thinking about this step in the process? Do you even know where to start? Are you considering hiring professionals instead of tackling the move by yourself? If so, here are some helpful tips as you prepare to hire movers for your big move:

  1. Research– Be sure to go online and check review sites. Ask family and friends about their past experiences. Use social media to get recommendations from others. You could even check their standing with the Better Business Bureau. It’s important to put a little extra work in on the front end so that you can make a smart decision.
  2. Get Multiple Quotes– Call a variety of moving companies and see what their hourly prices are and what it includes. Sometimes companies will have little extras that they offer (free boxes, discount on packing services, etc.). This could make a difference to you beyond just the hourly rate. Let’s just say that cheaper is not necessarily better!
  3. Review the Contract and Ask Questions– Once you’ve selected your mover and are ready to make it official, be sure that the rates and dates listed on the contract match what you were quoted. Check for liability information. Are there any hidden fees? Most importantly, keep a signed copy of the contract until after the move and when you’ve finished unpacking. It’s better to be safe than sorry!

Moving can be overwhelming and is generally something that everybody dreads. It doesn’t have to be that way though! We would be glad to help point you in the right direction! We have a wonderful list of vendors on our website, including Metro Atlanta movers ( If you aren’t quite ready to hire the movers and want to explore buying or selling in Atlanta, give The Peters Company a call! We’d love to help get you MOVING!

*Photo of Atlanta Peach Movers moving Andy and Lesley last year!

Written by Heather Thomas, The Peters Company Listing Coordinator

Last Hoorah for Summer?! Labor Day in Atlanta

Tuesday, September 1st, 2015

DragonConWith Summer rapidly coming to an end and Fall right around the corner, what are your plans for your last hoorah?! As always, Atlanta is not lacking in the activity department for Labor Day weekend.  Here are a few  activities that caught my eye and may catch yours too:

  1. Dragon Con :: Sci Fi/Fantasy, gaming and comic fans unite! September 4 – 7 in Downtown Atlanta is the largest festival of its kind! I went to Dragon Con last year and it did not disappoint (see my picture with Tinkerbell to the right)! Even if you are not a fan, the “people” watching is endless and amazing.  Thank me later. The parade is fun (and free!), but get there early! For a full list of events, head over to Dragon Con’s website HERE.
  2. Labor Day Blues BBQ Festival :: The 30th annual WRFG BBQ Festival is at Park Tavern at Piedmont Park on Monday, September 7. The doors open at 12:30 and the tunes start up at 1:00.  BBQ will be available for purchase by Fat Matt’s Rib Shack.  Tickets are $15 in advance or $20 at the door. Dust off your dancing shoes for an afternoon of blues music and BBQ.  I’m a sucker for live music, so this is sure to be a great time.
  3. Georgia Dome :: Hallelujah it’s football season! The Georgia Dome will be hosting the Chick-fil-A College Football Season kickoff with Auburn Tigers and Louisville Cardinals.  The game will be on Saturday, September 5th at 3:30, but get your tickets now. They’re going fast! While you are downtown, check out the College Football Hall Of Fame.
  4. Local Favorites :Six FlagsStone Mountain, and Lake Lanier are all rocking and rolling Labor Day Weekend. Stone Mountain has their famous laser show with fireworks after.  Lake Lanier will have Lanier World open and a weekend full of “tailgating” kickoff parties.  Each of these will provide you with days and days of fun.
  5. Shopping :: Labor Day isn’t complete without a little shopping, right!? It’s really the last “big sale” until Black Friday shopping. To find your absolute best deals, check out the outlet malls.  Luckily, we have 3 great choices to choose from: North Ga Premium Outlets in Dawsonville, Tanger Outlets in Locust Grove, and Outlet Shoppes at Atlanta in Woodstock. I’m sure all 3 will have fantastic deals and steals over Labor Day Weekend.

Written by The Peters Company Transaction Coordinator, Katelyn Sheffield

Congrats to The Peters Company June Metro Atlanta Homebuyers!

Thursday, August 13th, 2015


June 2015 Homebuyer Collage
Congratulations to our June Homebuyers!

Congrats, Crystal on purchasing your very first home in Buford! Your gorgeous new townhouse in Carlton Mill will be the perfect place to settle in from your move from Tennessee! You’re going to love the walkability to shops and restaurants, and being across from the neighborhood pool! Now that you have your house, we know a puppy is next on the list! Thanks for trusting our team! Welcome to Georgia!

Nick and Jane, congratulations on purchasing your adorable Peachtree Hills bungalow! Even though you were in Paris when your house closed, we hope that you felt the happiness all the way from Atlanta! Your move has been over 6 months in the making, and while we know that Nashville will miss you, we’re thrilled for you to call Atlanta your new home! Thanks for sticking with us through a competitive market! You were troopers, and being the winning bid for this home was truly meant to be! Welcome to Atlanta!

Congratulations, Bill and Crista on purchasing your super trendy Midtown townhome! We know that moving (back) to the South from Chicago is a big change, but you’re going to LOVE your location and walking to Piedmont Park! While there are probably too many inside jokes to mention, please know that Jennie LOVED working with you, and despite the ups and downs, everything worked out just as it should for you guys and Iris! Also, a big shout out to Bill’s folks, Jim and Susan, for sending you our way! We’re sure they are glad to have their granddaughter nearby! Congrats, again!

Daniel and Victoria, congrats on your beautiful home in the fantastic Peachtree Corners neighborhood, Amberfield! When the time came to sell and buy, we knew that all of the pieces needed to fall together perfectly, and in the end they did! We may recruit Victoria to our team as a showing assistant, as she was one of funniest people to looks at houses with! We know that Titus is going to love his new home, yard, pool and neighborhood, and we hope that you have many wonderful years there too! Thanks for being great clients and friends! Shout out to Joey and Rebecca for referring us!

Erica and David, you knew exactly what you wanted – a new home in the same neighborhood you were currently living in, Meadowbrook, and in High Point Elementary School. You found a great new construction home with plenty of space for your 3 children and a huge finished basement that David can call his own. Thank you for trusting The Peters Company to list and buy your homes! Nothing like repeat clients! Congratulations on your new home!

Congratulations, Jules on the purchase of your gorgeous mid-century modern home in North DeKalb’s Flair Forest! Finding this rare and stylized home (on a lake!) in the middle of the city was truly incredible. Fun fact :: you may be the only client to buy a home that all three of the buyers specialists have seen! You got the FULL Peters Company experience! We are all envious of your serene views of the lake, and know you will have many years of happiness in your new home. Thanks for trusting in our team. You’re the best!

Dennis and Melanie, we found the ideal location for your family! Walking distance to everything around GA Tech in a lush, gated community! I’m glad you went for move-in ready and ran away from the duplexes and triplexes! So happy we found this hidden gem I know all of you will enjoy, especially that pool! Thank you for trusting The Peters Company for your 3rd transaction with us!

Congratulations, Tobias on your first home purchase in the sleek Spire building in the heart of Midtown! After looking at many styles of condos and buildings we found the perfect match for you here. I can’t wait to see the “after” photos once you and your designer decorate and paint this blank canvas. I know you are going to enjoy the walkable location! Thank you for letting me help you find your first home so you can stay put for a while in Atlanta! Shout out to your sister, Elisa, for referring us!

Congrats Haley! You weren’t 100% sure what would be the best fit when we started out, but we found a great 2 bedroom condo in Buckhead that is gated and safe. The amenities are awesome and you will enjoy the great location near the West Side. You started renovations the day you closed and will make it a super place to live! Can’t wait to see when you get settled!

Chrystal and Tonio, you knew where you wanted to be and what school district you wanted to be in for adorable Sydney. We found a great, renovated home in Roswell with room for both of you to have home offices, a fenced in yard for your dog (and maybe another!) and chickens! And Tonio, there is plenty of space for you to add that outdoor kitchen and patio you wanted. Congrats y’all – Thank you for letting me help you find a super place! Shout out to Lisa for referring us!

Bryan, buying your first home can be a stressful experience, but you handled it like a pro! I have to say, you were one of the easiest clients I have dealt with in 13 years of selling real estate. It is great that your new house in Marietta close to your office, restaurants and shopping and across the street from friends. Especially friends who will help you renovate the fixer upper. Congrats on your new home!

Wow! Karl and Christina, you bought a house an hour from our original search area, and it is beautiful! I know you will love living in the peaceful serenity of Sharpsburg. And Christina, you will enjoy being in the same neighborhood as your parents. Invite us over when the pool is finished – congratulations!

Congratulations, Kristen and Alex on finding your dream home in an amazing neighborhood! Sarah Smith is a fabulous school district and we know that Loridans Chase is a great place to raise your babies! We can’t wait to see the transformation to your home as we know it will be fabulous. Jennie loved bonding over the kiddos and getting to know your whole family! Thanks for trusting our team!

Congrats, Bill on the purchase of your great townhouse in Decatur! We won’t call you a “groupie,” but you have been a Peters Company client three times in the past three years! Jennie has LOVED getting to know you, and we are all so happy that you have finally found a place to call home for the long run! Selling and buying at the same time isn’t easy, but your trust in our team and willingness to be flexible ended up in a total win-win all around! Thanks again!

Sally and Erik were referrals from our good friends, Shannon and Robby, and we were fortunate to work with them on the seller side as well as the buyer side. They really wanted to move closer to their children’s school in Sandy Springs. We were able to find an amazing off market sale for them that checked all the boxes! It was such a pleasure to help them achieve their goals!

Did you know? According to the National Association of Realtors, the average real estate agent sells 7 homes per year. The Peters Company has sold 109 homes so far this year with 17 more under contract and set to close in the coming months. Don’t settle for average! Work with the best, and call us today.

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