East Cobb is a section of Cobb County northwest of Downtown Atlanta. East Cobb is a vibrant residential and commercial community. The communities within East Cobb are affluent and the residents are well educated. One major factor attributed to East Cobb’s tremendous growth is the excellent public school system, which has been recognized as one of the best in the nation.
East Cobb is a great place to find homes for families. In fact, the many great qualities of East Cobb ensure there is always a great selection of East Cobb homes for sale.
Whether you are looking for a home on a golf course, lake, or new community, you will find it in East Cobb.
If you’re looking for an East Cobb deal, be sure to check these out.
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- East Cobb Luxury homes for sale
- East Cobb homes for sale from $500,000 to $1 million
- East Cobb homes for sale from $400,000 to $500,000
- East Cobb homes for sale from $300,000 to $400,000
- East Cobb homes for sale from $200,000 to $300,000
If we can be of assistance in your home search or answer any of your East Cobb real estate questions, don’t hesitate to contact us.
Resolve to Face the Facts!
As a real estate professional who has earned the Certified Distressed Property Expert (CDPE) designation, my mission is to ensure that you or anyone you care about does not add to that statistic.
The unfortunate fact is that so many homeowners who have played by the rules and never imagined that they could be facing foreclosure are now in a very tough situation.
More than one in four homeowners owes more on their mortgage than their home is worth. On top of that staggering statistic is the fact that millions of homeowners are unemployed, or underemployed and falling further behind every month.
Sound familiar? Rest assured you are not alone.
If you feel that you are headed toward foreclosure, or if you are avoiding facing that fact, the sooner you reach out for help, the better your options.
As a CDPE agent, I help distressed homeowners to work through every aspect of the denial and discouragement that accompanies a mortgage which is no longer manageable, and in the process, to move toward financial solvency.
If you or someone you care about is a Cobb County homeowner and is ready to tip the scales back toward financial solvency, contact me today and let’s get started.
Aaron Hofmann, CPA, CDPE
Keller Williams Realty Cityside
Christmas is over, so what to do with the Christmas tree?
Keep Cobb Beautiful is sponsoring “Bring One for the Chipper,” a free tree-recycling drop off at Fullers Park, 3499 Robinson Road, and Sewell Park, 2085 Lower Roswell Road.
Christmas trees can be recycled to create fuel, mulch, habitats for wildlife and other useful materials.
After January 8th, free mulch will be provided to Cobb citizens at Cobb Parks chipper locations as well as at Davey Trees (770-451-7911.)
Keep Cobb Beautiful offers Christmas tree recycling through East Cobb Home Depots as well. In appreciation of your recycling efforts, recyclers will receive a seedling while supplies last. Bring One for the Chipper is from 9am to 4pm on Saturday, January 7, 2012.
- Home Depot*, 3605 Sandy Plains Road Marietta, GA 30066
- Home Depot*, 4101Roswell Road NE Marietta, GA 30062
For more information, call Keep Cobb Beautiful at770-528-1135.
Bring One for the Chipper is Georgia’s annual Christmas tree recycling program. Each year, Keep Georgia Beautiful works with private sponsors to organize the recycling event. In the past, these statewide sponsors have included The Home Depot, The Davey Tree Expert Company and WXIA-TV. Numerous local sponsors and volunteers also make contributions and provide in-kind services across the state.
The Chipper program involves hundreds of Georgia communities and thousands of volunteers. Since its inception, the program has recycled over 5 million Christmas trees. The mulch from these trees has been used for playgrounds, local government beautification projects, and individual yards. You can support the Chipper program by bringing your cut Christmas tree to a designated drop off site or volunteering with your local coordinator to collect trees.