If your dream wedding includes a backyard reception, swans in the bathtub, a quirky (that’s an understatement) wedding planner, and your dad taking wedding stress out on the hotdog buns at the supermarket, today is your lucky day! The home featured infalseContinue Reading
With the new trend of delivered groceries and basic daily necessities, it seems like nobody has time to run to Publix to pick up some milk, let alone, time to sit down and read. However, if buying a house is anywhere on the horizon for you, please dofalseContinue Reading
With the condo market in Atlanta on the rise, many first time home buyers are turning to attached properties as a convenient option for in town life. Our Operations and Agent Success Manager, Ryann, recently moved into her first condo in Brookhaven.falseContinue Reading
Buying a home for the first time can be an exciting yet daunting process. Location, size, and price range barely scratches the surface of all the factors to consider when buying a home. Our Client Engagement Specialist, Julia DeBruler, became a firstfalseContinue Reading
Condo? More like Con-don’t think so!
Here are 6 reasons why you’ll hate living in an condominium.
- Like an Alcatraz cell, but smaller - Living in a box is not fun. Living in a box with another person is even lessfalse
Condos aren’t for masses, but they are a perfect lifestyle fit for some. Sure, it’s less space, but they’re chock full of goodness.
Condominiums you say? Nay. They are Condomaximums. <self-satisfied snort>
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Even with the economy on extended life support, Forsyth County continues to hold its own when it comes to ritzy real estate. You could say the construction of GA-400 in the early 1990s caused a northbound leak in Buckhead's money dam.
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I’ve always fancied myself an old-house person. Growing up, I had subscriptions to This Old House and Old House Journal magazines, and I would spend hours drafting plans for what my ideal vintage house would look like. I had dreams of mellowedfalseContinue Reading
Great schools can have a tremendous effect on housing values. Anyone living in East Cobb County can attest to this. When you're purchasing a house you're also buying into a school district, so it's important to educate yourself. For help withfalseContinue Reading
As recent first-time homebuyers, my husband and I are the (skeptically) proud owners of a fabulous historic condo in downtown Atlanta. We love the building and our neighbors, all of whom are beyond fantastic. The unit itself is in reasonably good shapefalseContinue Reading
Just last week, the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) released its real estate numbers for December 2010. NAR is considered one of the leading authorities on the housing market and bases its findings on multiple statistical surveys it conductsfalseContinue Reading
When buying a home, how do you know what you can truly afford? It’s not as simple as just figuring what your mortgage payment will be; the other costs associated with purchasing a home can really add up, making what you thought was an affordablefalseContinue Reading
I’ve never really liked the idea of owning a condo. The thought of having to ask permission to do things to your own home, coupled with the persistent menace of monthly HOA fees, was a real turnoff for me. You might as well just stay a renter infalseContinue Reading
Yesterday I just witnessed my first ever home inspection. I've seen this kind of thing on HGTV, of course, but never in person. I'm about to purchase my first property, and until yesterday, I'd never been on the buying end of the transaction andfalseContinue Reading
Realtors have always stressed to potential buyers what a great time it is to buy. This was true even at the height of the real estate bubble a few years ago, when (as we've discovered) it definitely was not the ideal time to take the homebuyingfalseContinue Reading
More people than ever before are undertaking their housing search predominantly online. The web puts a wealth of information at your fingertips, and it’s easy to comparison shop when you can tailor your search to fit your exact criteria andfalseContinue Reading
We're keeping pretty busy here at Clickscape. Our web traffic is up every month, and we have plenty of prospective buyers looking at houses. We definitely can't complain! However, despite seemingly high levels of interest, we're still seeing afalseContinue Reading
It has recently come to light (although not really to anyone's surprise) that errors and fraudulent procedures have been discovered in numerous foreclosure proceedings. Because the proceedings violated established practices and procedures, the legalityfalseContinue Reading
Now that the dog days of summer are winding down, we can look forward to cooler temperatures...and all kinds of fall festivals throughout the Atlanta area. Intown Atlanta festivals and seasonal celebrations are a great way for house-hunters to get a feelfalseContinue Reading
Buying a home can be a daunting process. While some buyers choose do it alone, the vast majority decide to work with anagent (and for good reason). When trying to do decide which path to take, keep in mind some of the following benefits of working withfalseContinue Reading
Buying a home can be an overwhelming process, especially for first-time buyers, so it helps to have a buyer’s agent to guide you through the process. But how do you choose an agent? What kinds of attributes should you look for? Here’s a few pointers forfalseContinue Reading
When you’re searching for a home, it's advantageous to have as much information as possible before making a final decision. Public records are a great source for information on particular properties, and because this information is freely available tofalseContinue Reading