A federal judge in Atlanta is weighing a challenge to a Trump administration directive that halts the eviction of certain renters through the end of the year in an effort to prevent the further spread of the coronavirus.
Many people arrive each night to admire a Riverside family's spooky, fiery Halloween decor, but the adornments appear so realistic to some that multiple people have made emergency phone calls to firefighters about the home.
Early voting in Georgia begins on Monday, and a nonprofit is making it easier for voters to get to the polls.
A rising number of homeless encampments are popping up around Atlanta.
Several community members are hoping to raise thousands of dollars to prevent displacement in Adair Park. The goal is to help families impacted by COVID and rising property taxes in the area.
The bill is designed to keep corporations from snapping up homes and letting some fall into disrepair as they did during the Great Recession. The issue drew national attention a year ago when several homeless mothers calling themselves Moms 4 Housing moved into a vacant, corporate-owned house in West Oakland.
Shaq bought the property for $3.95 million in 1993 during his time with the Orlando Magic, according to FOX News.
The home of Yankees Hall of Famer and Miami Marlins executive Derek Jeter is on the market and it’s the most expensive listing in Tampa Bay -- at $29 million.
Will Smith is turning the “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” mansion into an Airbnb rental. The listing will be available for Los Angeles County residents starting next month.
A day after Philadelphia told homeless encampment members to disband two tent communities, both encampments are still standing and residents have prepared for whatever may come next.
Close to a dozen families staying at an extended stay hotel in DeKalb County are being told to pack up and leave. After several organizations and a county commissioner intervened, they were given a one day reprieve as some say the evictions are illegal.
Several Atlanta residents are frustrated about a plan to stop them from renting out their homes.
The effort by a Buckhead councilman to ban so-called party houses could cost property owners who have absolutely nothing to do with those homes.
Renters and landlords across the country are reacting to the White House order through the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that declares evictions during a pandemic a national health hazard.
Neighbors who live near a Buckhead home where ticketed parties are being staged are complaining that women, wearing little clothing, are posing on the balcony of the home in the middle of the day.
A property tax rate increase of 18.45% is being proposed in Douglas County as a means of generating much needed revenue to balance the 2020-21 budget.
The protections from evictions have expired and they are starting to be processed at a fast pace. Evictions are moving all over the state, but this one stands out.
Real estate, for the time being, is still booming. In fact, the inventory is low which means folks are trying to outbid one another for homes. Here’s the problem: As soon as you approach the door, the homeowner can listen in on your conversations and they are.
Announcement expected at White House roundtable hosted by Ivanka Trump.
One message supports the Black Lives Matter movement. The other says, "Trump Is A Donkey's Rear End."