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June 2007 - Posts

Savannah Ga Homes -- Smart Search

This really applies to searching for a home pretty much anywhere, not just Savannah Ga homes, but I like to advertise where I am from. As I wrote in an earlier blog, most people seem to start the process backwards – they start looking at houses

Savannah Ga Historic District - Downtown, Victorian, Thomas Square, Gordonston

While most people fairly familiar with Savannah have visited the downtown Historic District many are not that familiar with the other three historic districts: the Victorian Historic District, the Thomas Square Streetcar Historic District, and the Gordonston

Downtown Savannah Ga -- History Meets Cosmopolitan

Cosmopolitan can mean different things to different people. Philosophically, it can mean being a citizen of the world in the sense of being freed from the limitations of locality, race, sex, politics, etc, or it can mean sophisticated, or it can take

Groundfloor? Savannah Midtown Market District

I recently attended a neighborhood meeting at the corner of 39 th Street and Broad Street to get the news of upcoming development in that area. They are calling it the Midtown Market District and the plans are ambitious and exciting: restaurants, coffee

First Things First - Savannah Homes

Like many buyers, when I bought my first home, I got the cart before the horse and began willy-nilly looking at houses with no real plan of action in place. I found a house I liked then considered the area as to whether it fit my needs, then thought about
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Are Real Estate Markets Local?| Savannah Ga Homes

In Savannah Ga, you could say the real estate market is both local and influenced by other markets that are local. There have been a lot of agents lately who say that “all real estate is local”, borrowing from the political jargon, “all
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Savannah Ga Real Estate Statistics

Taking three main areas here, midtown Savannah, Savannah islands and southside Savannah, and using the criteria of 3br/2b, 1600-2000 sq ft homes, then including all sales from two time periods, 3/1/06 - 5/10/06 and 3/1/07-5/10/07, I got these numbers:

Single Story For Sale in Pembroke

• 1,660 sq. ft., 2 bath, 3 bdrm single story - MLS® $189,900 Pembroke, Bryan County - Under construction, all brick home with 14 ft vaulted ceiling in greatroom, 30 year architectural shinglesa, covered front and rear porches, split floor plan.
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Pooler Ga Homes - A Brief History

When Sherman and his men were preparing to enter Savannah in 1864, they camped in the Pooler community, which at the time had only a couple of hundred residents. Who could have known what it would become many years later. Pooler was named after Robert