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3 Tips for Atlanta Homeowners with Underwater Mortgages

June 26, 2014

According to a new report from CoreLogic, almost 1 in 5 Atlanta homeowners owe more money on their mortgage than their home is worth. Underwater mortgages are a hard reality for many homeowners, but a particularly high percentage of Atlanta residents face an economic loss if they sell their home now. Since 19.5% of homeowners in […]

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5 Tips for the Atlanta First Time Homebuyer

April 15, 2014

With new urban development and an innovative focus on walkability, the Atlanta housing market has received a lot of media attention in the past few years. Real estate tips and forecasts abound, which can educate investors but overwhelm first time homebuyers. Investing in a home for the first time anywhere can be overwhelming, so we’ve […]

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2014: The Year of the Move-Up Buyer

March 07, 2014

Steadily rising home prices in 2013 helped 3.9 million borrowers rebuild enough equity in their homes to get them back in positive territory on their mortgages this year. According to CoreLogic, home values improved 12% between Jan 2013 and Jan 2014, and in some markets like Las Vegas, parts of California, Phoenix, and Salt Lake, […]

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US Real Estate Market Sees Biggest Increases Since 2006

February 24, 2014

The US real estate market is fast-approaching a place where “recovery” is a forgotten word. The market has increased so steadily in the past few years that the recession is becoming a distant memory. Especially over the past year, where demand and construction have grown, as foreclosure figures have continued to shrink—all indicators of good growth […]

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Atlanta Trends Toward Walk Up Urban Development

October 28, 2013

Once called the “poster child of sprawl,” the city of Atlanta is making a surprising shift in its housing market. Walkability has become the new trend, a radical change that’s affecting the city’s urban development and real estate market. The days of drivable suburban sprawl may be coming to an end in this Georgia metroplex. […]

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