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5 Tips For Converting Internet Leads
Did you know that more than 90% of buyers start their search on the internet? read more
Broker Support: The Perk You Never Knew You Needed
Our Broker Support staff are experienced agents who have been asked to join the staff and assist other agents. read more
How to Choose Your Next Neighborhood
One of the biggest factors when buying your next home is the location. And within that, there’s even more factors to consider. It can be overwhelming at times. So here’s some tips to make the process a bit more manageable. Brainstorm Start by identifying some neighborhoods that... read more
What Should I Price My Home At?
What’s the secret to selling your house in the Atlanta real estate market? There’s one, and only one, factor that will quickly get your house off the market – make sure it’s priced right. Easier said than done, right? How do you ensure your home is priced... read more
Why Veterans Make Great Real Estate Agents
In 2013, we introduced a new program specifically for members of the armed forces. Titled “Veterans to Real Estate Professionals (VREP)”, the program is aimed at helping members of the military transition to civilian life by giving them a great career path. It’s available for... read more
Should I Sell My Home Myself?
Though it’s on a decline, for sale by owner, or FSBO, is still an appealing option to some people. Some like the idea of not having to pay commission to an agent, while others just decide to sell their home to someone they know. No matter what reason you may be looking into it, FSBO has... read more
How to Purchase a Foreclosure on the Courthouse Steps
Ever wonder what the foreclosure process is really like on the courthouse steps? Check it out sometime. Properties are auctioned at the courthouse steps of the county where they are located on the first Tuesday of every month. These properties must be advertised in the legal newspaper of that... read more
What Do You Mean the Money Order Bounced?
Selling agent Steve has written an offer for Bobby Buyer. The offer states the earnest money is in the possession of the holder. At the offer signing, the buyer remits the $1,000 earnest money in the form of two $500 money orders which he picked up from his favorite Western Union or MoneyGram... read more
Take Advantage of eSignatures
In today’s society where everyone is on the go, it can be very difficult to schedule a sit down meeting with a real estate agent to sign documents. That is why eSignatures are so beneficial to agents, buyers and sellers. An eSignature is a digital signature on documents that is... read more
Buying an Investment Property
If you’re considering the purchase of an investment property, there is a variety of loan programs available including conventional and adjustable rate mortgages with standard 30- or 15-year financing. The type of loan you obtain has a lot to do with how you plan to use the investment... read more