Friday, November 5, 2010

Dunwoody Real Estate; The Library; City News

The Branches
While this continues to be a trying time for homeowners to sell property (and an unbelievable time for first-time home buyers to purchase, as well as those moving-up to bigger homes), it is especially trying for Dunwoody homeowners.  Currently, there are only five Dunwoody single family homes in the 30338 zip code that are under contract; compare this with 163 active listings.  The good news is that in the past 30 days, 21 homes have sold.

The active listings range in price from $1,568,000 to $179,900.  To view any of these listings, in descending order, click on the Buyer Short Report below.  To view an easy-to-read list of all active listings, click on the CMA Buyer link. 

Buyer Short Report
CMA Buyer

Want to know how much that home down the street just sold for? Email me at and I'll be happy to place you on a Gateway that will track all the activity in your neighborhood (a new item on the near right-hand column).  I've also included a link to the page on my website that will give you give you a daily look at home listings in Dunwoody, broken down by price range.  If you know of anyone buying or selling a home, please call me at 404.644.5220 or email me at and I'll be happy to provide them with exceptional service.

Library Appreciation Day

This Saturday the Friends of the Dunwoody Library will celebrate "Library Appreciation Day" from 10am - 3pm.  Activities include a children's treasure hunt at 1:15pm, children's story telling at 1:45pm and a car show from 12:30pm-2:30pm.  The Friends of the Dunwoody Library donate to the branch, on average, $60,000 per year.

City of Dunwoody News

The City of Dunwoody will honor local military men and women in a Veteran’s Day ceremony held at Brook Run Park on November 11 at 3:00 p.m. The city is paying homage to all those who have served or are currently serving in all branches of the United States Military.  The event will be hosted by Dunwoody Councilman and retired Marine, Gen. Denis Shortal. Several speakers have been invited to participate including retired Army Sgt. Maj. Ray Jones and veteran Army 1st Lt. Robert Hopkins. Special musical performances will be provided by Greg McLean, Associate Professor of Music and Michael McClary, Assistant Professor of Music from Georgia Perimeter College.  The event is open to the public.  For more information, click here.

Dunwoody City Council release its agenda for this coming Monday night's meeting.  For more information go to Councilman Heneghan's Dunwoody North site.

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