10 Home Inspection Tips

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Buying a home in the future, and wondering what the deal is with the home inspection? If you’ve got ninety seconds, watch our video on home inspections. If you’ve got more than ninety seconds, contact us so we can share some deeper thoughts on home inspections. If you’ve got less than ninety seconds, a quick “top 10” list, below: 10 …

What’s Going On With The Kirkwood Real Estate Market?

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If you’ve bought a house in Kirkwood over the last few years, you should be very happy. Not only because you like your house and neighborhood, or even because you happen to be a happy person.  You should be very happy because it is likely that the value of your home has skyrocketed over the past five years.   For the benefit of …

Decatur Home Prices Surge

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Home prices in the City of Decatur are up 73% since 2011.  Not a huge shocker, considering that prices are up just about everywhere, but a 73% bump within an entire municipality is pretty noteworthy. A quick chart, to help kick off our analysis: 2011 2016 Avg. Sales Price $360,916 $ 625,556 Total Homes Sold 241 309 Homes Sold <$500K …

Atlanta’s Best Spring

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OUR NEWSLETTER IS AWESOME. YOU SHOULD SIGN UP, HERE’S THIS MONTH’S VERSION. Hard to believe that it’s already Spring.  For our team, that means lots of real estate: buyers and sellers.  First time buyers, move up buyers, empty-nesters, two homes coming together, moving further out, coming further in… transitions of all stripes and sizes.  Spring, of course, can always mean so much …

Filing For Homestead Exemption In 2017

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If you bought a home in 2016 that is currently your primary residence, you need to file for Homestead Exemption. There should be no excuse or exception. We’re talking about a golden opportunity to legally reduce your property tax liability. So, if you fall in to this category, or, you purchased in previous years, keep reading.  Some valuable nuggets to share, …