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Tim Moore, Real Estate Pro in Kitty Hawk, NC
Tim Moore answered:
who do we contact about 113 chancery lane property. we are interested in renting
You contact the owner, their agent or landlord.
0 votes Share Flag Wed Dec 4, 2013 Going Green in Carrollton
Robert Hinely…, Real Estate Pro in Newnan, GA
Robert Hinely III answered:
Are there any "green" or sustainable housing developments/subdivisions in Coweta County?
There's Serenbe (http://www.serenbecommunity.com/home.html). Highlight Homes http://www.highlighthomesga.com) builds 'green'. Let me know if I can help further.
0 votes Share Flag Sat Dec 1, 2012 Going Green in Coweta County
Michael Hamm…, Real Estate Pro in Suwanee, GA
Michael Hammond answered:
i'm considering purchasing a house near ga. power in milledgeville, but i'm concerned about the pollutents that may seep into the land,
The Milledgeville plant is a coal fired generating unit, Beth. They used to be a customer of ours in my pre-Realtor days and I visited there often. With the current EPA and state of Geo ... more
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