Excalibur Homes bolsters offering to Atlanta landlords with no-cost eviction protection plan

ATLANTA (PRWEB) August 18, 2019

Excalibur Homes bolsters offering to Atlanta landlords with free eviction protection plan.

Excalibur Homes is an Atlanta property management company that helps real estate investors across the globe buy, sell, lease, manage, and exchange single-family rental houses throughout all of Metro Atlanta.

In 2019, Excalibur Homes rewarded clients with a new offering: Free Eviction Protection.

If a tenant placed by Excalibur Homes needs to be evicted, Excalibur Homes will pay the fee to file the dispossessory warrant to start the eviction process, they’ll pay for the court appearance of an attorney on the landlord’s behalf, and they will pay the fee to file the writ of possession.

The Georgia property management company has been in business since 1985 and currently manages over 1,800 single-family rental houses. Excalibur Homes is a member s of the National Association of Property Managers®, which is an organization of professionals that specialize in the management of single-family homes and small apartments. Their property managers, agents, and employees receive industry-specific continuing education and market information, which gives the Atlanta property management company a leg up against the competition.

Excalibur Homes is one of the few companies to be awarded the Certified Residential Management Company (CRMC) designations from the National Association of Residential Property Managers. Excalibur’s Managing Broker teaches property management for the Georgia Association of Realtors and the National Association of Residential Property Managers. Our expertise will help reduce your liability exposure.

If you’re an Atlanta real estate investor, you’ll want the help of Excalibur’s rental property investment team to increase your ROI while decreasing the time you need to invest. So when you are ready to choose a real estate company to help you invest in rental houses, choose the leader. Choose Atlanta’s Rental Home Experts.

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/R E P E A T — Media Advisory – Canada, Government of Nunavut, and Nunavut Tunngavik Inc. to sign a Joint Declaration of Intent on construction of treatment facility/

/R E P E A T — Media Advisory – Canada, Government of Nunavut, and Nunavut Tunngavik Inc. to sign a Joint Declaration of Intent on construction of treatment facility/

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IQALUIT, Aug. 16, 2019 /CNW/ - Please be advised that the Honourable Seamus O’Regan, Minister of Indigenous Services, alongside the Honourable David Joanasie, Government of Nunavut Minister of Culture and Heritage, and President Aluki Kotierk, Nunavut Tunngavik Inc. will sign a joint declaration of intent on the path forward for the construction of a treatment facility in Nunavut.

Minister O’Regan will be available to the media following the signing.

Monday, August 19, 2019

1:30PM (EDT)

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KT Corp. Unveils Global Epidemic Prevention Platform in Ghana


KT Corp. Unveils Global Epidemic Prevention Platform in Ghana

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  • KT-Ghana Deal Is First GEPP Service Outside Korea
  • Ghana Will Upgrade Capacity to Handle Infectious Diseases
  • KT Technologies Address Global Human Welfare Issues

SEOUL, South Korea, Aug. 18, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — KT Corp. (KRX: 030200; NYSE: KT) said its Global Epidemic Prevention Platform (GEPP) started service in Ghana on 14th, the first such endeavor outside of Korea.

From left: Dr. Chastity Walker of CDC, Okoe Boye Bernard, parliamentary of health committee, Lee Dong-Myun, the president, Future Platform Business Group of KT, H.E. Sungsoo Kim, Korean Ambassador to Ghana, Dr Ebenezer Odame, Director of Policy Planning and Evaluation (PPME) at the Ministry of Health (MOH), and DR. Ekua Essumanma Houphouet, Disease Control Prevention Officer are photographed during GEPP Ghana launch ceremony on August 14th

KT, the leading Korean telecommunication provider, announced that the landmark platform, GEPP Ghana, was officially launched after a ceremony held at Accra City Hotel in the Ghanaian capital. The project, in conjunction with the Ghana Health Service (GHS), is the first public-private partnership between Korea and the West African country.

KT said GEPP would enable the GHS to improve its ability to fight diseases in a more systematic manner. The platform is the result of a joint effort by KT and the Ghanaian government to advance Ghana’s health information system using information and communications technology (ICT). They signed an agreement last November to start the endeavor.

GEPPGhana has three functions: GEPP Public warns Ghanaians who are visiting epidemic-prone areas; GEPP Clinic enables the public to make real-time reports to health offices if an epidemic erupts; and GEPP Gov. enables the government to gauge and monitor a public health crisis based on data collected from GEPP Public and GEPP Clinic. Data is also collected from newly digitized airport immigration information, which until now has been manually compiled.

The platform will help the Ghanaian public quickly respond to the current Ebola virus disease outbreak in Africa. As it will be much easier to report to health authorities during an outbreak, there will be a drastic improvement in early detection of the disease and response.

At the GEPP Ghana launch ceremony, KT gave a briefing on the platform produced by the Korean-Ghanaian public-private partnership, the big data-based quality health information service to benefit Ghanaians and the Ghanaian government’s enhanced capacity for epidemic preparedness.

Ghanaian attendees at the ceremony included Okoe Boye Bernard, the Parliamentary Select Committee on Health; Dr. Ebenezer Odame, Director of Policy Planning and Evaluation, Minister of Health; Dr. Anthony Nsiah-Asare, director-general of the Ghana Health Service; and other representatives of the country’s health community and the ministries of information, interior, national security, and communications.

Among other participants were Korean Ambassador to Ghana Kim Sung-Soo, and officials from international agencies such as the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, World Health Organization (WHO), and the World Bank Group.

“We are pleased that the Ghanaian people will receive high-quality health services provided by big data on health and communications technologies,” said Lee Dong-Myun, the president of KT’s Future Platform Business Group.

Lee also said that KT would continue to explore new ways to use its varied technologies and capabilities in international collaborative projects that address global human welfare.


For inquiries, please contact our Global Media Relations Team at kt.gmrt@gmail.com


KT Corporation, Korea’s largest telecommunications service provider, reestablished in 1981 under the Telecommunications Business Act, is leading the era of innovations in the world’s most connected country. The company is leading the 4th industrial revolution with high speed wire/wireless network and new ICT technology. KT launched the world’s first nationwide commercial 5G network on April 3, 2019, after successfully showcasing the world’s first trial 5G services at the PyeongChang Winter Olympic Games in February 2018. This is another milestone in KT’s continuous efforts to deliver essential products and services as it aspires to be the number one ICT Company and People’s Company.

For more information, please visit our English website at https://corp.kt.com/eng/

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