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Walton Global and Fischer Homes have completed the transfer of a 70-acre parcel in Braselton, GA to construct The Reserve at Liberty Park housing development.

Fischer Homes Accelerates 70-Acre Buy in Braselton to Accommodate Atlanta Demand

Walton Global, a privately owned land asset management and real estate investment company, has sold the final phase of land to Fischer Homes for The Reserve at Liberty Park in Braselton, Ga. The Atlanta, GA-based national homebuilder closed 22 months ahead of schedule on the 70-acre parcel.    

Walton Global sold the first phase of land in 2021 through an exit-focused option agreement with Fischer Homes purchasing the land through a phased approach over a three-year period. Fischer Homes acquired the entire parcel within a 14-month timeframe to advance its new home construction of 139 single-family homes in the master plan community.

Located at 1010 Liberty Park Drive, The Reserve at Liberty is 60 miles outside of Atlanta off the I-85 corridor. The gated community features a private clubhouse, resort-style pools, and lighted tennis courts.

“Even with market conditions softening, we expect to sell out of this community at a fast pace,” said Doug Cohen, market president of Fischer Homes.

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