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In this Hot Atlanta Real Estate Market, many home sellers have begun the selling of their home as For Sale By Owners. Many are being successful in securing a buyer for the purchase of their home. However, as a Real Estate Professional in the Atlanta Market, I have some concerns […]

What every Home Seller should know about Selling their Home ...


As as Home Buyer, the home purchasing process can be overwhelming. There are so many things to consider in making your decision. You have to differentiate between your needs or wants, choose the best location to meet your needs, research community amenities and so much more. Once you find the […]

As a Home Buyer, What happens if I back out ...


What Do You Want and Need in a Home? Finding a new home can be exciting. But deciding what you truly want and need—and can afford—can be challenging. Making these decisions begins with setting priorities among many different preferences. Most homebuyers invariably face trade-offs. Your buyer’s representative can play a key role in helping […]

As a Home Buyer: Do You know what You Want ...



If you have started the home purchasing process, then you have probably begun speaking to your local bank or your current financial institution. You may have even come across the terms “pre-approval” and “pre-qualification” of a mortgage. Many will argue and tell you that it is the same thing. But […]

I am a Home Buyer. What’s the difference between a ...


Updated from a previous post in July 2014. Customer or Client? What’s the difference? In real estate transactions, buyer-clients are entitled to a higher level of service than buyer customers. Becoming a client typically involves signing a Buyer Representation Agreement with a buyer’s representative, who then owes you fiduciary duties. […]

Are You a Customer or Client in Real Estate? What’s ...


Welcome to the most current Housing Trends eNewsletter. This eNewsletter is specially designed for you, with national and local housing information that you may find useful whether you’re in the market for a home, thinking about selling your home, or just interested in homeowner issues in general. Please click on […]

February 2015 Housing Trends eNewsletter is out!



THE ABC’S OF AGENCY UNDERSTANDING REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE RELATIONSHIPS IN GEORGIA   I. Introduction: Real estate brokers are licensed professionals trained to help consumers buy, sell, or lease real property. The business relationship between real estate brokers and consumers can take many forms, each of which is called a brokerage […]

Learn The ABC’S of Agency Relationships in Real Estate


Welcome to the most current Housing Trends eNewsletter. This eNewsletter is specially designed for you, with national and local housing information that you may find useful whether you’re in the market for a home, thinking about selling your home, or just interested in homeowner issues in general. Please click on […]

January 2015 Housing Trends eNewsletter is out!


To many looking to Buy a Home, a Buyer Brokerage Agreement is not as important as finding the perfect place to call Home.  Unfortunately, the signing of this document is not usually done by many Real Estate Agents. The reason? Many are afraid to come across the wrong way and avoid […]

What is a Buyer Brokerage Agreement?



Have you wondered what my local areas of specialty are?  Many REALTORS® usually specialize in a particular geographic area to better assist their clients. Because I take my business serious, I also have a specialty. If you are wondering, my area of specialty is the North Atlanta area of Georgia. This […]

My local Areas of Specialty: North Atlanta, Georgia


  Tips for Home Sellers Today, homes don’t sell themselves. To win the battle for buyer attention and bring in the best offers, you have to play an active role in marketing your home. If you’re serious about selling for top-dollar and in record time, follow these sure-fire tips for staging successfully: […]

Seller Guide: 10 Hardcore Staging Tactics


In Real Estate, stigmatized property is property which buyers or tenants may avoid for reasons that are unrelated to its physical condition or features. The common ones are murder, suicide, or even AIDS; in addition to a belief that a house may be haunted with ghosts. Georgia Stigmatized Property Act states that a Real […]

What is Stigmatized Property in Real Estate?



Please read this excellent article posted on Angie’s List, explaining this common question. What is a home warranty? A home warranty is often a feature in the sale of a home.  In that scenario, the seller typically pays a few hundred dollars for a one-year warranty covering the home’s major fixtures […]

What is a home warranty?


Do you have questions about Home Appraisals? What is a Home Appraisal? Who performs the appraisal? Who pays for Home Appraisals? How long do Home Appraisals take? If you have these common questions, you will find your answers in this wonderful article posted on Realtor.com. Before You Buy: 4 Questions […]

What is a Home Appraisal? Answer from Realtor.com


Have you ever wondered where you should start your Rental or Home search? With the amount of sites out there promoting searches for rentals and homes, it is very easy to become frustrated and to choose the wrong site for your search. The following  tips will help you in your […]

Where do I start my Rental or Home search?



Want to know everything needed in order to buy a home? Then please read this excellent article featured on Realtor.com. 10-Step Guide to Buying a House Are You Ready to Become a Homeowner? Whether you’re becoming a homeowner for the first time or you’re a repeat buyer, buying a house […]

10-Step Guide to Buying a House


Have you ever wondered all that needs to be paid from your net proceeds when you sell your home? if so, you need to read this article featured in Realtor.com. Costs of Selling a Home: How to Estimate Closing Costs and Net Proceeds What’s the price of selling your home? […]

Costs of Selling a Home explained


This is a very good article on mortgages featured on Yahoo Homes. When you begin your search and mortgage loan application, always make sure you are speaking to a licensed loan officer nationally and in your state.    The worst mortgage advice you could get By Tony Moton April 16, 2014 12:54 […]

The worst mortgage advice you could get