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September 23, 2016

Family-Friendly Neighborhoods

Junior Olympic sized swimming pools. Rows of tennis courts. Walking & jogging trails for miles. Besides outstanding amenities, our Southern slice of heaven includes top rated public and private schools, arts & entertainment for all...

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moving to augusta ga
September 23, 2016

After the Move

We often forget that there’s more to a move than the admittedly time-consuming drill of pack-transport-unpack. Setting up a new household, be it solo or for a family, usually means jumping through a seemingly endless array of hoops. Be...

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renting your house for masters.
September 23, 2016

Renting Your House Out for Masters

Buying a home in Augusta means more than it does in almost any other city in the country- a HUGE opportunity for a return on investment- from an unexpected source. Masters rental rates are comparable to beach or mountain vacation...

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September 25, 2016

Quality Time with Your Kids

Carefree time with a child is one of life’s great joys.  McKenzie and I have been spending afternoons together for the past 10 years.  Our criteria are simple enough: we have to both enjoy ourselves, it has to be convenient and it has...

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Eating Out with Children
September 25, 2016

Kid Friendly Restaurants

Eating with your little ones can be a challenge at times. They can be picky, loud, irritated, irritating and down-right difficult. Taking them to a special place where they can be engaged is helpful when you have the time and...

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September 25, 2016

Pet-Friendly Places

Living in Greater Augusta is very rewarding for pet lovers. Our area boasts numerous parks, hiking trails, restaurants and businesses for pets and their humans to socialize. From the horses of Aiken to the bird dogs of Waynesboro, we...

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Canal Ride on Savannah River
September 25, 2016

The River Brought Us Here – Augusta’s Story

The river brought the first peoples to this place. Located on the fall line where the piedmont meets the ancient shore at the Sand Hills, the Augusta community began in 1736 as a fur trading post and fort named in honor of Princess...

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September 25, 2016

Arts and Culture

Arts and entertainment abound in our area—the question isn’t “what to do”, but “where to start?” Music & Theater Downtown Augusta has a rich history of entertainment reflected in some magnificent theaters on Broad...

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September 25, 2016

Only in Augusta

Augusta is, in many ways, like any other city in the United States. The things we want, the things we look for, the things that feel familiar to us – they are all available. The Greater Augusta Area is as franchised and chained as any...

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January 2, 2017

Pleased to Meet You!

Moving to a new city can be difficult. There is so much to do - finding a place to live, hooking up utilities, getting acclimated in your new job and more. Then at night, when everything settles down, you may find yourself alone with...

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February 19, 2017

Hunting in the Augusta Area

Outdoor-minded Augustans are blessed with an abundance of public hunting lands that include a quarter of a million acres on both sides of the Savannah River. Most sites are within an hour’s drive from downtown and require little...

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February 19, 2017

Fishing Around Augusta

To categorize these waters simply, there are three distinct choices of places to fish: the lake, the river, and a multitude of private and public ponds. Our lake (referred to as Clarks Hill by Georgians and Thurmond Lake by South...

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February 19, 2017

An Active Life in Columbia County

With an abundance of natural resources, Columbia County, Augusta’s neighbor to the west, is an outstanding local destination for outdoor recreation. Positioned along the shores of the 71,000-acre Clark’s Hill Lake, and bordered by the...

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February 19, 2017

Seven Steps to a Great Agent

Taking the time to do a little research before you commit to a working relationship with a real estate agent can prove beneficial to you by saving you time and money. Try these tips before you hire to get the best service available...

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April 3, 2017

Hack Augusta

If there’s one thing most people think about when they imagine Augusta, it’s probably hacking their way around the back 9 of an azalea lined course and heading into the clubhouse to enjoy some libations and soak in a beautiful spring...

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April 3, 2017

The Neon Lights Are Bright on Broad Street

If you are new to the CSRA (Central Savannah River Area) or are moving within the region, I hope you visit the renaissance on Broad Street, thanks to the passion and investment of many business owners and real estate developers....

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April 4, 2017

Moving to Augusta

As Georgia’s third-largest city, Augusta boasts a rich history due to its position on the Savannah River; there are several colleges and universities with programming geared toward the industries specific to the community; and vibrant...

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April 4, 2017

Remodeling That Pays

Stretch your Remodeling Budget with Projects that Pay! It is inherent in people to want to customize their space, to make it feel more like home. When we buy and move into a new home, we have a unique opportunity to not only fix it up,...

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Welcome to the Augusta community!
July 13, 2018

Welcome to Augusta!

Welcome to Augusta, Georgia! The Garden City, Soul City, The CSRA, The Augusta River Region; whatever you want to call it, I hope you enjoy your time here in our friendly community.  Augusta is home to a strong, recession resistant...

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