My first thought for you is Cross Creek Country Club.
My second thought is there are likely no lease permissions available.
Condos, lofts and townhouses are lifestyle choices, first, foremost, and always.
The median price pattern for C,L, &T in metro Atlanta from 1980-2007 was basically a flatline.
By 2002-2006, the older buildings started to show higher and higher costs of common ownership, and declining prices - newer inventories skyrocketed.
In the past ten years, I'm confident that if I ran hyper-local submarket, and hyper-specific price range numbers for "Buckhead" then I would see a rocky, road for any "investor."
And, that there are virtually NO lease permissions available in your extra low price range...
Buy land. They stopped making it. There are way better buys for your price in single family and multi-family properties.
All of the listings have had any outstanding liens eliminated and the title is free and clear. We also update our extensive collection of listings every day. Membership opens up the listing and reveals the contact information and a detailed property description including more photos.
I did a quick check for homes in the Buckhead area and I found 20 active listings. Here is the link to check it out: http://www.bankforeclosuressale.com/list/ga/county211/buckhe
Feel free to contact me at your earliest convenience, so I can send you a list of properties that may be a good fit for you. I look forward to hearing from you!