This Month in Real Estate

January 2012 Market Update 2012 shows signs of an improving housing market as the U.S. economy continues its forward-moving yet slow road to recovery. Although there are economists projecting housing prices will decline further, aided by distressed property sales that sell at a greater discount, these prices are expected to rebound considerably later in the […]

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November 2011 Market Update

While home sales in September were down slightly from a relatively strong month in August, they were up from a year ago, giving encouraging signs of a strengthening market and potential for stabilizing, if not appreciating, home prices. These signs include an increasing demand, shown by the number of people shopping for homes, and the […]

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September in Real Estate

The U.S. housing market has shown notable stability in 2011 compared to the previous two years when the tax credit made a clear impact. Although recent economic indicators have been less than expected, including a downward revision of GDP and consumer confidence that mirrors early 2009, owning a home is still valued by the majority […]

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10 Tips for Surviving the Housing Market

The economy is starting to improve but the housing market has yet to show any significant signs of recovery, which has homeowners nervous. Home prices are hovering near their recession lows, hit in April 2009, according to the latest Case-Shiller home-price report. It’s a buyer’s market and by many projections, it won’t shift to a […]

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164 Peachtree Hills Avenue NE

Retreat to a quiet neighborhood and a home filled with charm and tranquility. Cape Style home is fully renovated with luxury upgrades to include a newly built upstairs Master Bed & Bath Retreat (2 walk-in closets, dual vanities, seamless tile shower, soaking tub with skyline views of Atlanta).

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DeKalb County Foreclosure Registry in effect starting October 27, 2010

A new law was passed in DeKalb County that affects all properties in unincorporated DeKalb County that were foreclosed after October 27, 2010. The DeKalb County Foreclosure Registry was established “as a means to protect neighborhoods from becoming blighted through the lack of adequate maintenance and security as a result of properties that are foreclosed […]

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Our Testimonial for Obeo Virtual Tours

Our experience with Obeo has been nothing but exceptional. We thoroughly enjoy working with Abbi Ross, who has never steered us wrong and has only been a benefit to our business. She’s always there to answer our technical and design questions Our clients are impressed with the professionalism of Obeo’s photographers, the finished tours, and […]

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John Damiano on ThinkGlink!

Tune into ThinkGlink this Sunday, August 8th, to hear our own John Damiano discuss the real estate market in Metro Atlanta and Georgia.  Host Ilyce Glink is an award-winning, nationally-syndicated journalist who writes about real estate and finance. Come join John and Ilyce for an ediyfing look at today’s real estate news and how it […]

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