If you haven't already ordered your copy of Historical Concepts' new book, "Coming Home: a southern vernacular," then you need to... now. The book is beautiful... plus I took some of the pictures... so go get one already. If you are feeling lucky, you can WIN a SIGNED copy of the book. How?
Go to the Beacham & Company Facebook Page and check out our album of listings. All you have to do is like or comment on a photo, and you will be entered to win a signed copy! The agent who's listing gets the most likes or comments also wins a copy of the book. How easy is that?
In other news... Beacham & Company got 15 new listings last week! We also got 21 homes under contract. It's safe to say the market is officially hot! If you are interested in hearing the specifics of the Atlanta Real Estate market, please check out the latest issue of "The Beacham Insider." It is packed full of the latest statistics and market information, so take a look.
All those new listings means I have been VERY BUSY. Can you imagine? 15 new listings in one week. They don't photograph themselves! Thank goodness my uncle photographs half the houses, or I wouldn't be able to sleep!
One of my favorite houses I've photographed recently is Troy Stowe's listing on Cate's Ridge. (Clearly I did not take this PARTICULAR photograph. I don't own a plane. Duh.)
This property has one main house and THREE additional houses... plus a lake... with fish in it! That little house in the distance there is the guest house! The guest house is basically my dream house.
See? How cute is that?
You also get this amazing view...
and you can go the the movies whenever you want, in your own home!
I got a new family member this weekend! My cousin Beau married Elizabeth, and my family is so happy! It was a beautiful wedding in Hilton Head. I just love family events, and this one was no different. It's so nice when we can all get together.
One funny thing from the weekend... I caught the bouquet.
It was sort of by accident. FOR REAL. See those two girls in front of me? The bouquet bounced off their hands and was flying in the air. THIS IS NOT A JOKE. I thought to myself, "the flowers are too pretty to hit the ground!" So then I sort of lept for them in a very awkward/unladylike way, and BOOM. I got the bouquet.
Believe it or not.
It was my very first time catching a bouquet, and I was THRILLED.
On the other hand, Jimmy looked terrified.
That's all I've got for now. See ya!
Charlotte's the cutest dog in the entire world.