7 Ways to Sabotage Your Offer

When you find a house you love and are ready to make an offer to the seller, the ideal situation would be for the first offer to be accepted. This can be a challenge when there are multiple offers so it is a good idea to present the best, cleanest offer you can without doing anything to sabotage yourself in the process.
Although ...

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Top Reasons a House is More Than an Investment

Purchasing a home can be one of the most rewarding and meaningful transactions folks will ever be a part of. Outside of the obvious reasons for owing a home (shelter from the elements, more space for a growing family, shortened commute to work/school/family, etc.) using your home for its investment aspects is especially attractive given current rates and market conditions. I ...

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Market Insights –

…for 2018!

What does the New Year of 2018 have in store for the housing market?? Consider the following few things:

1.  Both home prices & values are expected to rise moderately. The Atlanta Metro area homes, in particular, are expected to have an increase of around 5%. Rental rates, finally, will not rise near as ...

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How Loan Modifications are Affecting Credit Reports and Scores

Just over a year ago, the Obama Administration’s $75 billion mortgage modification program went into effect, a response to the first year of “The Great Recession,” where nearly two million Americans lost their homes through foreclosure, short sales, and deeds in lieu of foreclosure. An effort to rescue homeowners teetering on the brink of disclosure, it has reduced monthly payments for hundreds of thousands of people in the past year. But what has its impact been beyond the basics that ...

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