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6 Inexpensive and Easy Curb Appeal Projects for Decatur Home Sellers

Posted by Gary Meier // October 8, 2018

Curb Appeal

6 Inexpensive and Easy Curb Appeal Projects for Decatur Home Sellers When Decatur home sellers think about putting their house on the market, they start to think of all the problems it has.  The leaky faucet, the creaky floorboards in the bedroom, and so many other issues that you know need to be fixed. However, […]


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Creative Ways For Cumming Home Buyers to Get Your Offer Accepted

Posted by Gary Meier // September 24, 2018

Cumming Home Buyers

Most areas of the country have been experiencing hot sellers markets for the past two years. That’s great news for homeowners that have been waiting for their market value to increase in their house so they could sell. But, it can be bad news for Cumming home buyers who are looking to become a homeowner. […]


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The Advantages to Owning Decatur Rental Property

Posted by Gary Meier // September 10, 2018

Decatur Rental Property

Many people are interested in taking on a new approach to savings and investments. Decades ago more people were more likely to simply invest money into traditional investment sources. But now many people are thinking about entering the real estate investment game. And, rightly so. There are a lot of advantages that come with owning […]


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Cumming Home Sellers: Are You Being Realistic?

Posted by Gary Meier // August 27, 2018

Cumming Home Sellers

Emotionally separating from a home can be a difficult process for Cumming home sellers. Even if the home does not fit the needs of the owner anymore, it still holds many memories about the family.  This can make it difficult for Cumming home sellers to set aside their feelings about a home and think about […]


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The New Rules for Home Buyers

Posted by Gary Meier // August 6, 2018

Home Buyers

When it comes to buying a new place, the rules have changed for home buyers. For the first time, studies show that the median home price has pushed above $250,000. On top of that, inventory remains far short of buyer demand. So what does this mean for home buyers? You must be ready for higher […]


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Closing Costs on a House: The Difference Between Buyers and Sellers

Posted by Gary Meier // July 23, 2018

Closing Costs

Closing costs are one set of expenses that first-time buyers do not expect.  Besides finding a down payment, it is important to save for closing costs that will be charged to the buyer at the end of the process.  Sellers also have closing costs and tend to pay more than buyers. The Seller’s Portion A […]


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8 Things Home Buyers Must Notice to Avoid Buying a Lemon

Posted by Gary Meier // July 9, 2018

Home Buyers

There are wonderful homes available for home buyers to buy and there are some real duds.  Many homeowners want to sell their home because they are not up to the task of renovating or fixing problems that the home has.  This means that home buyers have to be wary that a homeowner is not downplaying […]


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When Working From Home Goes Bad : 5 Ways the Self-Employed Mess Up Their Taxes

Posted by Gary Meier // June 25, 2018

Self-Employed

Working from home opens up a lot of freedom in a self-employed individual’s schedule.  They can knock out work in the early morning before the children get up or even late at night after the day has calmed down.  They are their own boss and get to decide when and where to work. While this […]


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The Best Tricks to Sell a House Fast

Posted by Gary Meier // June 11, 2018

Sell a House Fast

Life happens quickly.  Sometimes situations change and a homeowner has to sell a house fast.  Whether it is to get money to purchase a new one, to move to a new city for a job, or even because there is a new family member on the way, it is possible to sell a house fast. […]


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How to Find Emerging Neighborhoods BEFORE They Pop

Posted by Gary Meier // May 28, 2018

Neighborhoods

The hottest neighborhoods always come with a steep price. They are the most desirable places for people to live so it isn’t always easy to get into it. One way to play the game though is to watch for the neighborhoods that are up and coming, and buy into them before everyone else has caught […]


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