July 17, 2018

Land for Sale Pike County | 3704 HWY 362 Williamson, GA 30292 | MLS # 8404015



Currently zoned C-1 light commercial. Corner Lot lot in Pike County

Bring your business and get started in this great North Pike location. Seller Motivated -Possible swap for other investment/rental property.

Contact Renee at McLeRoy Realty for more information today!

770.550.2414 | 770.567.3030

July 17, 2018

Home for Sale Pike County | 1991 Rose Hill Road Meansville, GA 30256 | MLS # 8417716

This house is big enough for your WHOLE family.



  • 4 bdrms + bonus room which could be bdrm.
  • Split bdrm plan.
  • Side entrance into kitchen with walk-in pantry + laundry.
  • Eat in kitchen with new flooring and new faced cabinets, nice countertops with backsplash.
  • Hardwood floors throughout with tile baths.
  • Huge Master bedroom with 2 walk in closets.
  • Master bath with sep shower, jacuzzi tub, toilet closet, double vanity with tile floor.
  • Three secondary bedrooms on other side of house with 2 separate bathrooms with walk in shower in one and tub/shower in the other with jacuzzi.
  • Foyer entrance enters into the living room to the left and bdrms to right.
  • Brand new MIL suite. Never lived in. 660 sq ft. Kitchen, bath, LR, Bdrm, Bath and Laundry.
  • Nice pavilion.
  • See full listing details here.
  • Contact Cathy at McLeRoy Realty to see this home today!
    • 770.584.2716 | 770.567.3030


July 11, 2018

Home for Sale Lamar County | 118 Ridgeway Road Milner, GA 30257 | MLS # 8414093

  • Come see this beautiful and well maintained home in north Lamar County!
  • Large front yard and even larger fenced in back yard.
  • Inside you will find a comfortable living room open to a breakfast area and kitchen with all stainless steel appliances included.
  • Down the hall there are three bedrooms including the master with a walk-in closet and bathroom with double vanity and garden tub.
  • Upstairs there is a generously spaced bonus room that leads to the fourth bedroom and walk-in attic.
  • Out back you will find the perfect outdoor entertaining space with a deck and cement hot tub area overlooking the private back yard.
  • Contact Nathan at McLeRoy to see this home today!
    • 770.468.0768 | 770.567.3030
July 11, 2018

Home for Sale Pike County | 364 New Road Molena, GA 30258 | MLS # 8411334



  • Ahhhh…..The Country….Slow easy pace.
  • This great mobile home is set in a yard that has fruit trees, seasonal flowers and azaleas.
  • Huge workshop with electricity offers extra storage/personal space/garage/shop.
  • Contact Renee at McLeRoy Realty for more information
    • 770.550.2414 | 770.567.3030
July 10, 2018

Home for Sale Pike County | 670 Heritage Lake Drive Griffin, GA 30224 | MLS # 8414457 | Virtual Tour

Custom built home 7+ acres in Heritage Lake



  • Lake frontage & a pool.
  • Home is spacious w/5000+ sq feet finished.
  • Main level has Brazilian cherry hdwood, chef style kitchen w/Jenn Air gas cooktop, 2 dishwashers, ice maker & industrial sized refrigerator, granite tops, hammered copper sink, bar area w/2nd sink, double rock fireplace that opens into dining room
  • All season room gives amazing view of lake & pool, 2nd rock fireplace.
  • Extra lg master overlooks lake, bath has marble tile, bachelor height cabinets, walk in shower & 2 large walk in closets.
  • Upstairs has library area w/built in bookcases, 2 lg bedrooms both w/ensuite baths.
  • Terrace level has kitchenette, w/dishwasher microwave, & wine cooler, bedroom, full bath, lg entertaining room, office
  • See full listing details here!
  • Contact Angi at McLeRoy Realty to see this home today!
    • 770.468.3549 | 770.567.3030
June 21, 2018

Georgia’s Hands-Free Law goes into effect July 1 – See details here.


House Bill 673 also known as the “Hands Free Law” was passed by the Georgia General Assembly and signed into law by Governor Nathan Deal.  The Hands Free Law will take effect on July 1, 2018.  The following is a brief description what the law states and some frequently asked questions.  A link to the complete law can be found at www.gahighwaysafety.org.

  • A driver cannot have a phone in their hand or use any part of their body to support their phone.  Drivers can only use their phones to make or receive phone calls by using speakerphone, earpiece, wireless headphone, phone is connected to vehicle or an electronic watch.  GPS navigation devices are allowed.
  • Headsets and earpieces can only be worn for communication purposes and not for listening to music or other entertainment.
  • A driver may not send or read any text-based communication unless using voice-based communication that automatically converts message to a written text or is being used for navigation or GPS
  • A driver may not write, send or read any text messages, e-mails, social media or internet data content
  • A driver may not watch a video unless it is for navigation.
  • A driver may not record a video (continuously running dash cams are exempt)
  • Music streaming apps can be used provided the driver activates and programs them when they are parked.  Drivers cannot touch their phones to do anything to their music apps when they are on the road.  Music streaming apps that include video also are not allowed since drivers cannot watch videos when on the road.  Drivers can listen to and program music streaming apps that are connected to and controlled through their vehicle’s radio.


1.    Reporting a traffic crash, medical emergency, fire, criminal activity or hazardous road conditions.
2.    An employee or contractor of an utility service provider acting within the scope of their employment while responding to an utility
3.     A first responder (law enforcement, fire, EMS) during the performance of their official duties.
4.     When in a lawfully parked vehicle—this DOES NOT include vehicles stopped for traffic signals and stop signs on the public roadway.


1.    Commercial Motor Vehicle Operators can only use one button to begin or end a phone call
2.    Cannot reach for a wireless telecommunications device or stand-alone electronic device that it no longer requires the driver to be a seated position or properly restrained by a safety belt


1.    The driver of a school bus cannot use a wireless telecommunication device or two-way radio while loading or unloading passengers.
2.    The driver can only use a wireless telecommunication device while the bus is in motion as a two-way radio to allow live communications between the driver and school and public safety officials


When the Hands-Free law takes effect July 1, the Georgia Department of Public Safety and local law enforcement have the option to issue warnings for violations as part of the effort to educate and to help motorists adapt to the new law.  However, citations can and will be issued starting July 1 for any violation of the Hands-Free Law, including those where the violation involves a traffic crash.  There is not a 90-day grace period provision in the Hands-Free Law.


Why is this law needed in Georgia?
Our state has seen significant increases in vehicle traffic crashes, fatalities and bodily injury. The vast majority of these increases have been in rear-end crashes, single-car crashes and crashes by drivers from 15 to 25-years-old. State and local law enforcement have stated that these incidents are a clear indication of driver inattention. The 15 states that have passed hands-free driving laws saw a 16 percent decrease in traffic fatalities in the two years after the law was passed. In addition, traffic fatalities were reduced even further in subsequent years.

Could I still talk on my phone while driving?
Yes, as long as it is done hands-free. Drivers would be able to use their phone’s speakerphone, Bluetooth technology, an earpiece, a headphone or other device to allow them to communicate on a hands-free basis.

Could I touch my cellphone to dial a number or receive or end a call?
Yes. The law would simply prohibit drivers from holding or supporting the phone.

Would I be required to purchase a hands-free accessory, such as a mount or bracket?
No. The proposed law simply states that a driver cannot hold or support a mobile phone. A phone can be left on a vehicle’s console, a front seat, etc. However, for the safety of all Georgians, state and local law enforcement recommend the purchase and use of a hands-free device if using a mobile phone while driving.

My vehicle does not have Bluetooth technology/capability. How could I comply with the law?
Many online retailers offer a Bluetooth adapter for vehicles without Bluetooth or similar technology built into the vehicle. These adapters can be found at local retailers or online by searching “Bluetooth hands-free car kit” in an internet search engine.

What would the fines/penalties be?
 First conviction: $50, one point on a license;
 Second conviction: $100, two points on a license;
Third and subsequent convictions: $150, three points on a license.

Could I listen to online radio apps while driving?  (Updated information)****
A driver cannot touch their phone to activate or program a radio app while they are on the road (the road includes being stopped for traffic signals and stop signs).  A driver can activate a radio app before getting on the road and listen to the programming.  A driver can also listen to programming from their app if it is connected and controlled by the vehicle’s stereo (radio), and the driver is not touching their phone while driving.  We caution drivers that music streaming apps that also include video do violate the new law which specifically prohibits drivers from watching videos.   The rule of thumb here is you can listen to your radio app as long as you do not touch your phone when driving on the road AND it’s use does not distract the driver in any manner in the safe operation of their vehicle.

Could I listen to music stored on my mobile phone, thus not requiring an internet connection?
Yes, as long as the driver is not holding or supporting the phone.

Could I talk to someone via video telephony apps, such as FaceTime or Skype, if doing so “hands-free?”
No. The proposed hands-free driving law states that a driver shall not “record or broadcast a video” on any mobile phones, iPads, computers, etc. while operating a vehicle.


Information from headsupgeorgia.com