Connie Brumberg

Connie Brumberg lives in a charming brick building on Atlanta Street in Marietta.  The building was built in 1929, just before the Great Depression, and has been lovingly restored.  Connie moved to downtown Marietta so that she could enjoy the charm of downtown Marietta after a successful career as a real estate agent in Atlanta.  From her experience in real estate, Connie learned knows the importance of location; she chose her apartment because of the short two block walk to Marietta’s charming city center.  She is adamantly opposed to the idea of being forced to allow strangers into her home without her permission.

  • July 21, 2004    |   Private Property

    Georgia Rental Inspections

    Mandatory Inspections of Rental Property: Is Your Apartment Your Castle?

    The City of Marietta enacted a rental-housing inspection ordinance in 2004, requiring landlords to obtain “rental licenses” for all rental properties. To obtain a license, landlords had to hire and pay City-approved “rental housing inspectors” to inspect and certify that properties were in compliance with all housing codes. Nothing in the ordinance, however, required the…

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