This Week in Atlanta Real Estate: Messy garages, the most admired CEO, and more

by Peter Thomas Ricci


The final full week of August brought a treasure trove of interesting real estate stories, including:

•More and more homeowners are looking to clean up their embarrassingly messy garages, and are downright giddy at the possibilities. The Wall Street Journal documents the trend.

•The world’s most expensive listing will cost you at least a billion dollars. Yes –  you read that right! Read the realtor.com story for the details about this insanely priced home.

•What kinds of things to dog owners look for in a home? The New York Times breaks it down.

•Dan Forsman, the president/CEO of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Georgia Properties, was recognized by the Atlanta Business Chronicle as the 2016 Most Admired CEO for Residential Real Estate.

•And you thought that massive Sandy Springs development from a Korean developer was never going to happen? Curbed Atlanta covers its re-introduction.

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