Atlanta is a city of vibrant, distinct neighborhoods that are home to its 460,000 inhabitants. Peachtree Street winds its way through the heart of this sprawling city, passing graceful southern mansions sheltering in the shade of broad-leaved trees and cool hipster hangouts full of characterful coffee shops and quirky restaurants. There are Victorian mansions bordering generous parks, modern high-rises peopled by renting young professionals, and renovated 1920s Craftsman bungalows housing young families. Continue reading
Sick of heavy traffic, busy sidewalks, and slow crosswalk signals ruining your run? Get off the pavement, hit some of Atlanta’s most popular trails for runners, and take your jogging experience to the next level. There are so many amazing trails to choose from all around Atlanta, from winding, steep elevations through lush state and national parks to more recently developed paved trails crisscrossing the city. Continue reading
If you’re planning on moving to Georgia during the summer months, you’re going to find that the summer weather is almost unbearable. While there are still some fantastic things to do and see this summer in Georgia, escaping to the water can seem like the only way to beat the heat.
You’ll find that the area around Atlanta boasts some incredible rivers and lakes where you can cool off and enjoy many exciting recreational activities, such as kayaking, paddleboarding, and jet skiing. So, when you are feeling the need to beat the heat this summer, pack your swimsuit and explore the rivers and lakes around Atlanta. Continue reading
More people are relocating to Atlanta than ever before and for good reason. There’s a little something for everyone, and the weather is beautiful year-round. Southern hospitality is more than a myth in The Peach City and, even though it’s one of America’s largest cities, it has a small-town charm, and, within twenty minutes of leaving the perimeter (Atlanta’s infamous freeways surrounding the city), you are in the middle of the country. Continue reading
Are you looking for a home in a competitive market? Towards the end of 2016, determined homeowners spend their days and nights at a newly established home community in the suburb of McKinney, TX. It was a very interesting scene to see and it brought a new dimension of real estate in many states across the United States. The demand for homes is growing at an alarming rate. The competition among homes in the city and suburbs is very steep. Continue reading
Do you have a foreign move crossing your mind or is your company moving you abroad? Worry not; Atlanta Peach Movers are here for you. In our company we have an international section perfectly equipped to serve you during your move. We have a team of professionals who operate the Peach Global Van Lines. They are basically full-time and amazing staff to intermingle and associate with. Customer satisfaction is the name of the game in our daily operations. According to statistics we are the best performing service provider in the Atlanta area. Continue reading
The Atlanta Braves said goodbye to Turner Field at the end of the 2016 season, ending the stadium’s 20 season run. The Braves announced they would open the new stadium called SunTrust Park in February 2017 in Cobb County. The stadium will be about 10 miles from downtown Atlanta. Continue reading
Moving can be time consuming, stressful, and overwhelming. Taking the time to pack up your things can take a lot longer than you think. A lot of people will end up with junk or knickknacks seemingly out of nowhere. Before you actually move you need to get everything together and it’s helpful to think of the bigger picture when you pack. Take advantage of the full size of your moving vehicles and leave behind non essentials for your next home. Continue reading
Moving is a very stressful and complicated time and when pets are thrown into the mix it can be especially difficult. Your pets will probably know something is up when you start packing and cleaning extensively. It should be a priority for you to do things as normal as possible and remain on schedule so your pets don’t become too stressed or confused. Continue reading
If you’re staring at toys in the kitchen while your toddler smears grape jelly on the table and your baby cries because he’s overdue for a nap, this post is for you!
If there’s one thing that can throw an extra headache into the moving process, it’s listing your home for sale with young children. With potential buyers ready to visit your home with an hour’s notice or less, the pressure is on to keep things tidy without excessively disrupting your family’s routine.
Here are a few tips to make the process a little easier: