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The Clock is Ticking to Appeal Your Fulton County Georgia Taxes
According to an Atlanta Journal Constitution's recent series on property taxes, they concluded that Fulton County properties are assessed on the average 7% too high. They also concluded that every property owner in Atlanta should appeal their tax assessments. You should have just received your Fulton County tax assessments. To get mor information about filing an appeal, click here.
May 16 2012
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Disclosing A Burial on Your Property!
When you are selling your home, disclosing things about the property is very important. Sometimes what we have to disclose is obvious, such as significant damage, flooding, renovations, etc. On occasion, there are things that must be disclosed that we don't even realize. One of the issues is that we must disclose whether or not, a dead person or animal is buried on the property.  Here is a nice little article on the issue. Laws can vary from municipality to municipality on the legal aspects so consult goverment officials and disclose!
May 02 2012
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Four Homes Sold in 2012 W/In 1/2 Mile of Dunwoody Village in Dunwoody, Georgia
Have you always wanted to live within a half mile from Dunwoody Village in Dunwoody, Georgia.  Here are the last four homes that sold within a half mile since the beginning of 2012. The sales prices for these four homes were $375,000, $349,000, $335,000. and $316,000.
May 02 2012
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Attention Real Estate Investors: Do You Have an Escape Plan?
Plan B (and C, and D): When evaluating a real estate deal, always consider the worst-case scenario first. You know what you want to do with a property, but what if that does not work out? Savvy investors always establish that there are multiple, viable, productive "escape routes" to deals before they do them in case their original plans go awry.
April 25 2012
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Cobb County Georgia Property Taxes - Don't Loose Your Right to Appeal!
Cobb County has begun mailing the Annual Notice of Assessments! It is now time to renew thoughts of appealing your property taxes. There is a 45 day deadline to file your official appeal; the deadline is printed in the upper right hand portion of the Notice. Be mindful of this date so you don't forfeit your right to appeal. Watch your mailbox!
April 25 2012
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Three Questions To Ask Yourself Before You Start Your Home Search
While following today's media when it comes to real estate, you will often hear conflicting information about the market. Some analysts say it is a great time to buy and others say it is not.  Buying a home is a very personal decision based on what is going on in your life. There are many tough decisions to make along the way during the buying process.  One of the first steps is to ask yourself three important questions: What are the experts saying? When will I see appreciation if I buy now? and Why am I buying in the first place? To see more detail about each of these important questions and how the answers may impact you, follow this link. 
April 24 2012
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Dunwoody, Georgia Market Report - See What is Being Sold!
The Dunwoody, Georgia, housing market seems to have been faring well in comparison to other parts of the Metro Atlanta area.  In March 2012, there were 9 homes in pre-foreclosure, 1 home foreclosed on, 23 market sales (sales which are by individual seller), 3 banked own sales (foreclosures owner by a bank), and 72 new listings.  The average market sales home price was $397,870.  For more detailed information, click here.
April 20 2012
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Looks Like Short Sales Might Get A Little Easier
It looks like Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are trying to tighten up the timelines for responses to offers on short sales. The guidelines will take place on June 15, 2012.Read about it here.
April 19 2012
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It is not the price of the home it is the cost!
We often get focused on the price of the home and tend not to think about the cost of the home - that is, the mortage costs. Currently, the home prices are very low as are the mortgage rates. So, not only can you get a great value on the PRICE of the home, you can get it for a whole lot less in mortage costs than you could years ago. For instance, if you compared a $250,000 home in 2003 with a 5% mortgage rate to a $250,000 home today with a sub-4% mortgage rate, you would save you more than $270 per month in costs not to mention that your new $250,000 might have been completely out of your price point in 2003. Some real estate analysts think the mortgage rates will increase soon and the costs of the home will increase while the price will stay flat. They argue that now is the time to buy rather than wait for the market to bottom out in terms of housing prices and feel that even though you may get that dream house for a cheaper price, the mortgage costs will be higher.  See the link.Enjoy!
April 18 2012
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Important Information to Know If You Want to Buy A Home!
Today's market, especially in Atlanta, offers some of the best real estate deals that I have seen in my 15 years in the business. However, there are some things that you need to know in order to capitalize on these great opportunities. Follow the link to read this informative brochure on the issues which will help you with your home search and buying process.
April 18 2012
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