All Cash Buyers

by admin on October 3, 2012

Are you an all cash buyer? If so, that’s awesome and congratulations on your wealth accumulation skills…seriously. Since you won’t be obtaining a mortgage or a mortgage pre-qualification letter, you will instead need to provide a proof of funds letter up front. This can be a letter from your bank or just a copy of […]

The River Club Membership Fees

July 24, 2012

The River Club is one of the nicest private golf communities in the area. It’s personally my favorite in all of the metro Atlanta area and possibly my favorite anywhere. Given that, it’s quite popular with the tire kickers and people that are just plain curious about this near-hidden community. We get lots of inquiries […]

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Commutes Around Atlanta

December 29, 2011

Atlanta is a very large metropolitan city, sometimes referred to as the Capitol City of the Southeast. Three major interstates converge in downtown Atlanta: Interstate 85, Interstate 75 and Interstate 20. This Place is Large Driving one lap around the 285 perimeter will take you 64 miles. So just the area inside the 285 Perimeter […]

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First Time Home Buyers in Atlanta

May 19, 2011

So far in the first four months of 2011, I’ve been fortunate enough to work with quite a few clients. What’s different this year than in the last few is that three of my clients have been first time home buyers. There’s a certain excitement and enthusiasm that only first time home buyers have and […]

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Using Multiple Realtors

May 14, 2011

I just got off the phone with a very nice lady that called in asking about a property in Alpharetta. She was looking for a lease, $2k or under, timing immediate, and needed a specific High School and Middle School District. I can really help this client, I’m thinking. I chatted with her a little […]

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Realtors, Leases and Reality

February 20, 2011

With so many short sales and foreclosures the last few years, there’s now a flood of people out there looking for leases. Not a single day goes by without someone calling or registering on my site, looking for a lease property. I literally could spend all day every day working with lease clients if I […]

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Atlanta Property Taxes

December 29, 2010

If you are moving to Atlanta, you should really take some time and study the counties. The county you reside in can have a large and long term impact on quite a few things including your property taxes, school districts, location (obviously) and senior tax exemptions. It’s one of the items that’s very easy to […]

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Atlanta Neighborhoods

December 29, 2010

The seemingly infinite choices of neighborhoods is one of the really great aspects of moving to Atlanta. In just about every county, you can find a wide range of options covering just about anything you may be interested in. The five large counties north of the I285 perimeter which include North Fulton, Cobb, Cherokee, Forsyth […]

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Identifying Your Criteria

December 26, 2010

Check the Commutes One of the most popular ways to start the relocation process is to take a look at the commute times to your employment, then locate neighborhoods that are within acceptable commute times for you. Atlanta is huge. Peachtree City in south Atlanta is two hours from Cumming in north Atlanta. So while […]

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Atlanta’s Business Environment

December 13, 2010

Atlanta is an amazing city for business. From its early start as a railroad terminus in 1837, Atlanta grew exponentially and today the state’s capital is one of the nation’s largest, most business friendly cities in the world. Since 1996, Atlanta has ranked in the top five cities with the most Fortune 500 companies calling […]

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Finding Your Atlanta Home

September 26, 2010

Avoid the Sea of Sameness Our method for finding that perfect home is different, and our web site is designed to support this better method and help you succeed. We believe that you don’t start your search by looking at homes. Strange, right…afterall, this is what everyone does. They go online to one of a […]

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Vickery Village partners with T. Olive Properties

August 24, 2010

Great News for Vickery Village! T. Olive Properties, along with an investor, has purchased 50 lots in Vickery Village and has plans to build homes and townhomes adhering the current Vickery Village architectural style. This is great news for Vickery Village and should really help the community. What are the T. Olive Plans? Of the […]

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