Real estate bust opens doors for parties at vacant houses

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Real Estate Agent with JustListedKnoxville.com / Signature Homes

Some of the most elegant addresses in all of Atlanta are found in this wealthy enclave. Sprawling mansions that occupy 2- to 10-acre lots are home to some of the city's most prominent residents.

They were shocked last month when a massive Halloween party exploded in their midst. More than 1,000 people jammed the streets around the brick-and-rock mansion, paying $20 apiece for admission and riding shuttle buses from the parking lot of a nearby Publix grocery, police say.

http://www.usatoday.com/news/nation/2009-11-22-parties-in-vacant-homes_N.htm

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Nyssa Smith
Keller Williams Advantage Realty - State College, PA
REALTOR, State College Area Real Estate

O my goodness Steve!  Boy oh boy!  What a surprise!  That's why I tell all my sellers (occupied or unoccupied) to be cautious and keep an eye on things!  And they really do listen to my advice!  It's so important!!!  Thanks for sharing!

Dec 01, 2009 11:19 PM #1
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Lee Barroll
SWBC Mortgage - Brentwood, TN

This is just one of many reasons why it is not good for a house to be empty.  I have pointed this out to those who complain about the "Free Ride" troubled homeowners are getting from the programs now in place to help people stay in there homes.  "How would you feel if one in ten homes in your sub division was to be empty.  Not good for the neighborhood.  Just my 2 cents.  Thanks for the update. 

Dec 01, 2009 11:29 PM #2
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