The Next Frontier in Web Design: Age Responsive Design?

Just like everything else in life, your age and phase of life has a big impact on how you use the internet. Think about it in the terms of your last family gathering: While the 5 year old on an iPad is looking for a...

Malls: Revitalizing the ‘Burbs?

Once an American institution that seemed to be an unshakeable fixture of the suburbs, the shopping malls of the 80s, 90s and even the 00s are on the decline. As online shopping continues to take over as the consumer’s preferred mode of retail therapy, malls...

Closing The Real Estate Buyer-Agent Gap

Millennial homebuyers are finally diving in to the real estate market. And, as the entire housing industry breathes a collective sigh of relief, agents and brokers are faced with a new issue – the buyer-agent gap. Real estate has been one of last industries to...

Densification – The Next Frontier for Development?

If you’ve lived in Atlanta for any period of time, you’re undoubtedly familiar with urban sprawl. Since the city began to boom in the early 90s, the ‘Metro Atlanta Area’ has rapidly expanded to include 30 counties and encompass an area that is comparable in...

What You Really Need to Know About Facebook’s Algorithm

Even if you’ve never heard of a Facebook algorithm before, if you’ve used the platform in the last few years, you’ve been affected by it. The easiest way to describe what the algorithms actually do is by breaking down a scenario we’ve all seen before...

Can We Stop Holding Our Breath About Housing?

For almost a decade now, any conversation surrounding the Housing Market has always held an edge of trepidation, even skepticism. And, while the last few years have seen positive activity within the industry, many professionals have a sort of ‘once burned, twice shy’ outlook on...

Is Escapism The Hot New Home Trend?

In years past, we've seen a trend towards new homes catering to people who want to go, see, and do as much as they can - whether that's through technology that allows them to be plugged in every second of the day, a location that...

Fall 2016 – What Should We Expect from Real Estate?

Traditionally, Fall is the time of year when activity in the housing market slows down, after a booming spring and  summer. But, as 2016 has been a year of bucking trends in the real estate industry, what should we expect as fall approaches?   Strong Seller’s Market 2016...

Not Your Grandmother’s Retirement – Building for Boomer Buyers

The Boomer generation is setting a new precedent for aging and retiring. Unlike previous generations, boomers are continuing to lead active, healthy lives well into their retirement, and while they’re certainly looking for something different in a new construction home than millennials or Gen-Xers, they’re...

Rebuilding Your Website? 3 Things to Keep in Mind…

Whether you’re rebuilding your website in-house, or using an agency to get the job done (by the way, we know some people who can help you out, if you’re looking!) – chances are, you’re faced with a lot of options and decisions that can get...