After many hard years of work and building, you decide it is time to sell your business. Before you uncork that champagne bottle and buy your yacht, you will need to think about issues and plan in advance of selling your business. You should carefully consider the following three things when you think about selling your business.
Looking to Sell Your Atlanta Business? Contact an Atlanta Real Estate Attorney, guest post by Justin Daniels
More Awards for Cherokee County cities, recently the Mayor of Canton and now the City of Woodsotck…. The Cherokee Ledger recently reported… Woodstock Downtown given top-notch honor Woodstock Downtown has been named as winner of the 2006 Atlanta Regional Commission’s 2006 Development of Excellence Award as the best overall project in metro Atlanta. The Hedgewood [...]
Hedgewood Properties has assembled another 30+ acres on the west side of Main Street in Woodstock to continue their redevelopment efforts of Olde Towne Woodstock. As Hedgewood’s current project on the east side of Main St continues construction and sales we can all get a glimpse of what Woodstock is going to look like in [...]
Knox over at Cherokee Real Estate Blog recently posted this story about the new project in Canton: The Sembler Company, developers of a new Canton mixed use development, got a permit from the Army Corp of Engineers that will allow them to pipe 5,380 feet of small streams and fill half an acre of wetlands [...]
Everybody wants the economy to do well and keep growing. It means more jobs and more pay. But with growth comes problems, especially when growth happens rapidly. Metro Atlanta has been growing rapidly for years, decades actually. Population has increased about 1 Million per decade over the last 20 years and the pace is predicted [...]
Canton is getting another huge development, in addition to the Macauley project and Canton West I posted recently. 1,300 Acres along the Etowah River near GA Hwy 369 could have up to 1,800 homes and begin development in 2007 with homes delivered as early as 2008. To summarize the 3 recently proposed developments: Macauley Project [...]
The Biltmore Tuesday, September 26, 2006 7:30 a.m.- 9:30 a.m. Transportation and mobility issues are among the greatest challenges to continued growth throughout the metro Atlanta region. With all the divergent discussions concerning different transit initiatives in metro Atlanta, ULI Atlanta is bringing together leaders from the Beltline, the Atlanta Streetcar project and the Brain [...]