Mausiki Scales and the Common Ground Collective

The outdoor theater at Historic Fourth Ward Park is host to many events, including fitness, music, performances, and other activities. Pictured here is Mausiki Scales and the Common Ground Collective for Art on the Atlanta BeltLine 2015.

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Homeowner Empowerment Workshops

2017 Homeowner Empowerment Workshops

In the fall of 2016, the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership partnered with Home Place Consulting to provide a series of homeowner empowerment workshops. These programs were designed to assist existing homeowners in Atlanta BeltLine neighborhoods, and ensure these individuals have access to the resources necessary to evaluate their options, whether they intend to remain in their homes or are interested in possible opportunities to sell.

About the Homeowner Workshop

Led by Tia McCoy, a National HomeOwnership Trainer and Consultant, the free, 3-hour community workshops provided information on:

  • Fulton County property tax assessments, appeals and exemptions
  • Resources available to help homeowners stay in their homes
  • Homeowner occupied rehab programs
  • Homeowner insurance and code enforcement
  • How to be engaged in your community

2017 Workshop Schedule

Check out the workshop scheduled below. If none are listed, check back as dates and locations will be announced as additional 2017 workshops are scheduled.

Our 2017 homeowner empowerment workshops are made possible through the generous sponsorship of Citizen’s Trust Bank.

Register for FREE to secure your spot. Select the workshop date and register via the Eventbrite ticket form.


Homeowner Empowerment Workshop Videos

View our video to learn more about our Homeowner Empowerment Workshops.

Homeowner Resources Guide

The purpose of this guide is to make individuals aware of the resources available to help them remain in their homes. The guide provides a list of organizations and programs that can help, including contact information and details on how to qualify for and obtain assistance. The guide is organized by the type of assistance offered.

Atlanta BeltLine Homeowner Resource Guide-vMarch 2017

Questions?

If you have any questions about the workshops, please contact:

Email: empower@atlblp.org
Call: 404-446-4404

Sponsors

Brought to you by:

Presenting Sponsor

Citizen's Trust Bank

In Partnership With

Home Place Consulting