In a real estate market where inventory is extremely low, purchasing a new construction can be an ulterior route for moving into your dream home, while also providing you the benefit of being the first homeowner to ever live in this home. If this is something that interest you, here are the top factors to consider.
Congratulations ? retirement is just around the corner, bringing with it new days of freedom and opportunity! For many, retirement is associated with a bucket list of new places and experiences to try, from traveling on a European river cruise to writing a book to picking up a new hobby or sport. This stage of life can also be associated with downsizing from the family home to something more manageable and efficient for those traveling and experiencing more.
Being the new neighbor on the block isn?t easy, especially during a time when interactions with others face-to-face have become more and more limited. The housing market in Metro Atlanta and North Georgia has bloomed with new buyers throughout 2021, however, causing a surge of new people moving to the area.
Buying a historical home yields many perks, from owning a piece of cherished history to living in a space that is entirely unique and noteworthy. To breakdown if a historical home is right for you-even though that may require foregoing modern improvements-read on.
Spring is the perfect time to pull the family bikes out of the garage, pump up your tires, and set off on a sunny adventure before the blazing heat of summer sets in. Fortunately, Georgia is a bicycle friendly state with trails that are perfect for riders of all skill levels, and the top five are listed below!
In a market with such low inventory, homebuying can be a strenuous and stressful process. With that in mind, BHGRE Metro Brokers is proud to introduce our Homebuyer Yoga & Mediation series. These free group yoga and meditation sessions will be led by a member of our Broker Support team. Group sessions will be held on Zoom or live in the parking lot of a variety of our offices across Metro Atlanta and North Georgia. Click here to see a schedule and sign-up!
Whether you bought a starter home that unveiled a few issues down the road, or you're in a hurry to move and don't want to invest in replacing old, popcorn ceilings, there are many reasons to opt for selling your home as-is. Still, before you sell your home short, it is important to consider the pros and cons and keep disclosures in mind - Yes, there are still items that need to be disclosed when selling a home as-is.
The past year has exponentially increased the importance of home staging, as many buyers have to be more selective about which homes to go see in-person due to social-distancing guidelines - meaning that this decision can often come down to the photos provided of the listing. The pandemic has also changed top features that home buyers are looking
We're proud to announce Rajul Gokarn of Atlanta, GA as the winner of Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Metro Brokers' most recent Super Sunday $1,000 giveaway. Gokarn attended an open house hosted by Janet Liggins of the Perimeter office on January 10.
Two members of Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Metro Brokers? leadership ? President Kevin Levent and Vice President Craig McClelland ? were honored by RISMedia this week as 2021 Real Estate Newsmakers. BHGRE Metro Brokers is one of the only organizations to have two leaders on the RISMedia Newsmaker list at the same time.
If you are considering dipping your toes into the home-buying waters and are ready to start looking at houses, it helps to prepare a list of questions to ask your real estate agent throughout the buying process to ensure that the home is a good fit for you and your family-before you get too attached. Open communication about what is important to you can help your agent succeed at finding a dream home that you will continue to fall in love with over time.