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The Home of Culture, Art, and Values is Calling You, Are You Listening?

With the invocation of civil rights movement in the 1960s, the city of Atlanta rose to prominence solely because of its residents and their will to overcome the foul elements of the society.

The city that was said to be ‘too busy to hate’ is a widely cherished name in the history of American civil war.
The cornerstone of city’s progress lay on its citizens and good governance which led it to have the world’s busiest airport in the field of transportation index from the year of 1998 till today.
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Pros to Hiring a Home Stager

First impressions of homes are important when selling as they can really make an impact on potential buyers. Many people find it hard to imagine what isn’t there, and that’s why it’s important to invest in keeping up both the outside and inside of your house. One of the ways to do this is through hiring a professional stager. Home stagers are great at maximizing the space and showing the true potential of each room. Here are a few things to keep in mind when you’re considering hiring.

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What Goes Into Home Pricing

Scrolling through Trulia, Zillow, or any other real estate website, you may see a wide range of price ranges for different areas. The question comes down to: what goes into pricing a home and what makes some homes more expensive than others? The truth is the value of a home depends on many factors, and there’s not a simple answer. To explain how the pricing of homes break down, we’ll use our currently for sale property: 4656 W Village Drive, Smyrna, GA, priced at $435,000.

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8 Reasons to Buy New: The Hidden Value in New Construction Homes

Article originally published in the November 2017 issue of Our Town Magazine; reformatted for the online medium. 

So you’ve decided it’s time to buy a home, but what kind of home are you looking for? Style, stories, location, and price all factor in, but many people don’t consider another important element: age. The older a home is, the more likely it is to have deep-rooted problems that could cost you thousands after closing to fix. On the other side of the coin are newer homes. While new construction homes may not have some of the character and story attached to older buildings, they have much, much more.

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Don’t Buy into These 7 Common Real Estate Misconceptions

As with any major purchase, you spend a lot of time worrying about if you’re being steered right or not when you’re buying or selling a home. Whether you’re nearing the finish line to buy or sell a house or have yet to even start looking or listing, you’ve probably heard some commonly held real estate misconceptions. Here are a few you should dispel if you’re looking to buy or sell. 
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The Buyer’s Market: Five Reasons You Should Buy a Home this Fall

Any good Realtor will tell you: as the seasons change, so does the housing market. The key to getting your best deal, either buying or selling, is to capitalize on the season. The spring market sells houses quickly as long sunny days, blooming flowers, and good weather presents homes in their best light. Conversely, sales slow in fall, signalling the start of the buyer’s market. If you’re looking to buy, here’s why autumn can be a wonderful time for a potential home buyer.

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Selling Your Home: When Should You Take the Leap?

Article originally published in the September 2017 issue of Our Town Magazine.

Unsure when to sell your home? If you’ve been on the fence, now’s the time to take a leap: it’s a seller’s market right now! Limited home inventory has driven home prices up and days on the market down, with average homes spending just 42 days on the market. Better yet, the median original listing price up 6.4% and still rising, due to continued low supply of homes.

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Selling the Season: How to Prepare Your House for Fall Sale

Article originally published in the August 2017 issue of Our Town Magazine.

As the temperatures drop, people relax, and kids go back to school, it’s time for more than just fall. While many people think that spring is the best time to sell a home, fall is just as viable as long as you know how to sell the season! Buyers don’t only look in spring, people are looking for homes 365 days a year. Emphasizing your home’s seasonal amenities will help you sell your home any time of the year. Be sure to get on the market as it picks up after the slow end of summer!
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