Tuesday, December 12th, 2017

Real Estate Blog

Big Canoe Foreclosure Sales In 2010–The REAL Story

One of 19 Big Canoe foreclosure home sold in 2010 Now that we’ve passed into a new year, you might be interested to know the real story about foreclosure home sales in Big Canoe in 2010. I felt compelled to share the true statistics with you, because the rumor mill runs rampant with huge exaggerations of the number of Big Canoe foreclosures and short sales. If you are still a bit fuzzy about... [Read more]

Mountain Home Resales: Take a Look at Us NOW!

In case you haven’t visited our website lately, our creative webmaster, Dan Elliott, has given Mountain Home Resales a beautiful new face lift, and made us a lot more user friendly. Here are some of the great new features we think you will love: The redesigned home page is brighter, easier to read, and you’ll be able to find and access what you need easily and quickly. The top of the... [Read more]

Happy Trails To You . . . in Big Canoe (No, this is not a western flick)

Have you ever walked through idyllic flora-laden trails while breathing crisp clean air? Well now you can every day, if you wish, on the numerous trails in Big Canoe in the North Georgia Mountains. You may enjoy the natural beauty this pristine community shares with residents (currently there are more than 2500 residential dwellings and counting) and numerous visitors each year. Nearly one third of... [Read more]

From His Side Of The Net, New Tennis Pro at Big Canoe

Big Canoe’s Tennis Center has a new Director of Tennis, Bruce Monhollen.  He and his wife, Lorre, moved here in March  2009. He hails from Toledo, Ohio, and most recently from Bonita Springs, Florida, and the Shadowwood Country Club. For the past ten years, Bruce has been a certified teaching pro with the USPTA (United States Professioanl Tennis Association). Bruce Monhollen, Tennis Director Bruce... [Read more]

Lake Petit Dream Was A Big Canoe “Tour Of Homes” Hit

Every year the Big Canoe community is a flurry of activity in preparation the much-anticipated “Tour of Homes” held every spring since 1989. Four or five private homes are chosen from a long list by a selection committee, and the brave owners open their homes on May 1 and 2 to over a thousand eager residents and visitors. Each home is staffed with a cadre’ of volunteer hostesses... [Read more]