We asked our team about their favorite neighborhoods to trick’or’treat.
“Mine! I live in Piedmont and I’m pretty much just pitching my neighborhood to encourage trick or treaters since I love handing out candy and seeing all the creative costumes.” – Britta Schwartz, Realtor
“Laurelhurst!” – Chelsea McAlister, Licensed Assistant
“I think the best neighborhood to go trick or treating in is the one you live in. Great neighborhoods come from neighbors knowing each other, and trick or treating gives you a chance to say hello and introduce yourself to neighbors you’ve seen walking around, but have maybe never met. ” – Brigette Robinson, Realtor
“We always trick or treat in our neighborhood, South Tabor. There are tons of kids out and about. The kids usually head out in with a gaggle of friends and neighbors and everyone is home to give out candy. Once we tire out of trick or treating, we come home to hand out candy to the later crowd which is always fun to see the costumes.” – Heather Paris, Realtor
“I imagine Alameda or Grant Park would be an awesome neighborhoods for trick or treating.” – Kate Ray, Lead Transaction Coordinator
“St. Johns!” – Jasmine Deatherage, Transaction Coordinator
“I haven’t personally trick or treated in a while, but I’d say Alameda and Irvington would be fantastic trick or treating neighborhoods.” – Claire Paris, Principal Broker
Have a safe and spooktacular Halloween!