Wednesday, January 22, 2020 / by Ashleigh Townsend
While many types of romantic date come and go, one is always in fashion: dinner.
Atmospheric lighting, soft music and candlelight combine to make eating together one of the most romantic and enjoyable things that a couple can do together.But where should you go in the Savannah area? Here is a pick of six restaurants guaranteed to be a Valentine’s Day smash for you and your beloved.
Elizabeth On 37th
A cursory glance at reviews of Elizabeth On 37th throws up a cascade of superlatives - “outstanding”, “the gold standard in Savannah” and “perfect” pop out.
And it is hard to disagree with that praise for a restaurant Zagat gave 4.5/5. Opened in 1981 by Chef Elizabeth Terry and her husband Michael, the kitchen in Elizabeth is now run by executive chef Kelly Yambor, who makes use of local produce, fresh seafood and the restaurant’s own home-grown herbs and edible flowers.
What sets this restaurant apart for romance, however, is the settin ...
Friday, September 27, 2019 / by Ashleigh Townsend
The Top 5 Restaurants To Visit In Savannah Georgia
If you are in Savannah and looking for some great food in a top restaurant, then River Street is the place to go. With a huge range of options available in the area, you could spend your entire evening just wandering and looking at the choices – but you will have to stop and get a bite at some point. That is why we have put together the top 5 restaurants on River Street, to help you choose a spot for your next meal. Enjoy!
The Cotton Exchange Seafood Grill and Tavern
First on the list is The Cotton Exchange Seafood Grill and Tavern on East River Street. With a menu that is filled with southern seafood choices and a peach sangria that will have you ordering another, this restaurant is worth a visit. Try the Shrimp and Grits for a tasty twist on a well-known dish, or the Cowboy Reuben for a sandwich you will love. There’s also the Cajun Tortellini, Crab Cake Sandwich, Clam Chowder… the list goes on!
Monday, August 12, 2019 / by Ashleigh Townsend
Are you looking for tips and things to consider before buying a property that you intend to list as a short term vacation rental? You’re in the right place.
Investing in property can be the best thing you’ve ever done if you take the time to learn how to do it properly. If you’re thinking of entering this lucrative market, we’ve put together a series of things to think about to help you get started on the right foot.
Learn the rules of the game first
There is money to be made in the STVRmarket but there is also money to be lost if you’re not careful. On top of learning the rules of real estate investing, you have to put extra effort into learning more about the STVR real estate market.
There are many factors to consider when purchasing a home to be used as a short-term vacation rental “STVR”. Recently Chatham County has incorporated certain restrictions when applying for STVR in our area, as well as certain private HOA covenants. I ...
Tuesday, May 21, 2019 / by Ashleigh Townsend
3 Little Facts About Savannah That You Might Not Know
One: Savannah was America’s first planned city
Upon setting foot on the land that is present day Savannah, the foundations for the city were laid down by General James Oglethorpe and his 120 shipmates, who named the city after King George the Second, of England.
The City Market has since been the center of both the social and commercial spheres of life in Savannah, growing into the assortment of art galleries, restaurants, and boutique stores that it is presently. If you decide to visit Savannah today, you can walk through the historic Ellis and Franklin Squares, as you prepare to take a trolley into the heart of the city.
Two: Savannah is home to the oldest historical society
Founded in 1839, the Georgia Historical Society maintains the historic identity of this city that has seen much destruction and preservation efforts. During the War, much of the city’s cultural identity and aesthetic be ...
Monday, May 20, 2019 / by Amber Felton
The excitement all started a couple of months ago when you made the decision to buy a house. You were pre-approved with a lender then on your way to meet with your realtor for a buyer consult to find the perfect new home! You saw a few houses you liked, but after weeks of searching you just couldn’t find “the right one.” So now you’ve given up hope, figured it just isn’t meant to be, and you’ve decided to wait a little longer before buying.
You’re thinking maybe 6 months, maybe a year? You think with time, you’ll have a better idea of what you’re looking for and more inventory will be available to choose from this time next year. Or maybe you’ll try to save a little more, thinking the higher down payment will help you with your buying power to afford a home in a slightly more expensive price point.
In the long run, your decision to wait to buy may not produce the results you’re looking for. You’re not considering ...