How Foreclosure Will Impact You In Atlanta Georgia

Across the country, people are still losing their homes to foreclosure every day. The banks are taking houses and leaving hard-working people with nothing to show for it. If you are behind on your mortgage, you don’t have to let the fear of foreclosure ruin you. There are alternatives! In our latest post, we explore … Continued

The Home Selling Secret People Are Taking Advantage of in Atlanta

Selling a house in Atlanta doesn’t always have to involve an agent, a listing on the MLS or months of waiting for an uncertain outcome. There are selling alternatives! In our latest post, we explain the home selling secret more and more people are using to sell their houses in Atlanta, GA! For many properties, people … Continued

How to Find a Good Real Estate Agent in Atlanta

Hiring a real estate agent in Atlanta can be frustrating. So what are the steps on how to find a good real estate agent in Atlanta? Many local large real estate brokers will spend thousands of dollars each month to ensure that their agents are the most visible, whether it be online, in the Yellow Pages, … Continued

How to Avoid Foreclosure in Atlanta

While the housing market is rebounding, many people in Atlanta] are still struggling to make their mortgage payments. If you’re underwater on your home, or having trouble keeping up with your monthly mortgage payments, you could be fearful that your mortgage provider is going to foreclose. Thankfully, there are a number of things that you can do … Continued

8 Tips For Selling A Distressed Property in Atlanta

Selling a distressed property in Atlanta can feel like a challenge. How much should you spend fixing it? What’s is it really worth? Properties like this aren’t usually found on the MLS and are often avoided by many agents. This is simply because there isn’t a high market for homes like this. An investor will … Continued

How to stay in my home after foreclosure in Atlanta

A recent study estimates that 47% of foreclosed properties are still occupied. When you first see that stat you may be surprised… but we’re not. What most people don’t realize is that banks aren’t in the business to own homes. They are in the business to loan people money. But when they have to foreclose … Continued

We buy houses in Atlanta companies – are they credible?

If you’ve been driving around in Atlanta, chances are you’ve seen some billboards advertising companies that buy houses. Often times they say things like “We Buy Atlanta Houses!” or “Cash For Your House”. Are these “we buy houses in Atlanta companies” credible? How do I know if the local house buying companies out there are honest … Continued

How To Find Amazing Investment Deals in GA

Owing to the shaky job market, a volatile stock market, and the popularity of certain TV shows, more and more people are looking to real estate investing for financial security. And for good reason: real estate is a fairly safe investment with the potential for better returns than other kinds of investing. But with more … Continued

Listing vs. a Direct Sale to a Real Estate Investor in Atlanta

If you want to sell your house, should you list it with an agent, or should you sell directly to a real estate investor? The best answer is . . . it depends. Everyone’s situation is unique, and that’s what determines the best option. So let’s look at some of the pros and cons of listing vs. … Continued

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Short Sale vs. Foreclosure – What’s the Difference?

Whether you’re a buyer or a borrower / seller, a short sale and foreclosure each present different advantages and difficulties. What Is A Foreclosure In Atlanta GA? In simple terms… “A foreclosed home is one in which the owner is unable to make his mortgage loan payments and the bank repossessed the home” (source).  If … Continued

How do I sell my house without an agent in Atlanta?

If you’re looking to sell your house or investment property in Atlanta without using a real estate agent, we can help. Although we do cooperate with brokers, sometimes it’s best to avoid paying someone to be in the middle. After all, paying 5-6% of the sale of a property in a commission is a lot of money. … Continued