Archive for May 2018

Listing Your Home? 5 Easy Projects

After showing 1000s of houses, here are a few quick and easy ideas to help make that great first impression when selling your home: 1. Update your landscaping.  This is the first thing people notice when driving by. Plant bright flowers, spread pine straw, trim shrubs and cut tree limbs away from the house. If…

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Need to Know :: Understand HOAs!

Many homes in are part of a home owners community association, commonly referred to as an HOA. The most common properties to be part of an HOA are townhomes and condos. However, many single-family homes are also in community associations. The extent of involvement an HOA has for a particular community varies vastly, ranging from…

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You Can Be a DIY Weekend Warrior!

We’re all super busy these days, but that shouldn’t mean ignoring your largest asset: your home! With just a little sweat equity and weekend or two, you could really pack a punch at your house. Do-It-Yourself projects are a great way to freshen up your property and save some money at the same time. As…

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Fun Facts Behind Some Spring Traditions

So, spring has sprung! It’s my favorite time of year and I’ve done a little research on “why” we do what we do in the spring. Cleaning: It might seem like simple good sense to want to tidy your home following a lengthy season of indoor living but there is actually cultural significance to the…

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Market Recap with Andy Peters

A strong real estate market in the seasonally strongest time of the year means it is pretty cray cray out there right now. Let’s take a closer look at what’s going on and more importantly what it means for YOU! Active inventory this March is down almost 13% over last March. This downward pressure on…

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When Downsizing Takes On a Whole New Meaning :: “Tiny” Homes

We’ve all seen them – on HGTV, on Pinterest, riding on the highway… we’re talking about tiny homes!  On April 14th, the Atlanta MicroLife Institute hosted a “micro home tour” that showcased eight Atlanta tiny homes located in the Inman Park, Old Fourth Ward, Cabbagetown, and Reynoldstown neighborhoods.  It should be noted that these tiny homes were…

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