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2009 

Pending bank-approval, we just relisted the greatest deal in Dunwoody with a huge price reduction. 76 Mount Vernon Circle in the Mount Vernon Plantation complex is a fully renovated 2 bedroom 2 and a half bath townhome listed for $175,000. Yes --- $175,000 in Dunwoody, minutes from 400, Perimeter...
01/30/2009
Just listed --- beautiful 5 bedroom, 4 and and a half bath Redfied traditional on largest lot in neighborhood. 5321 Redfield Drive in Dunwoody is a beautifully brick traditional that has been completely renovated and updated. The property includes a wonderful Chef's kitchen, massive sunroom, mast...
01/30/2009
Hey folks -- Druid Hills is one of the most desirable communities in all of Atlanta. With its large lots and mature landscaping, Druid Hills is an ideal location for families and individuals that want to be in a family friendly community close to everything great that the city has to offer. For o...
01/28/2009
Hey folks -- I am sure it is a shock to hear that there has a been a lot of negative press about the real estate market!! Well, it has been a little slow....but things are picking up. At The Anderson Group, we are seeing an increase in showings by almost 50% over the same period one year ago, and...
01/28/2009
Hey folks -- Real estate is all about having the right access to the right information and then having the best possible agent negotiating on your behalf. At The Anderson Group, we pride ourselves on being one of the most productive and respected residential real estate groups in metro Atlanta. I...
01/28/2009
This 5 bedroom 2 1/2 bath in Wyntercreek is one of the best buys around. Brand new hardwoods, top of the line kitchen including Wolf stove/oven. Located in a cul-de-sac, 5287 Wyntercreek is the best family oriented buy in all of Dunwoody. Was $497,000  now is $475, Contact Tom Anderson at 404-277...
01/07/2009
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