Gwinnett County Real Estate Blog

14 things not to do while buying a house

Watch Out! – 14 Things to Avoid Before Buying a House Many first-time home buyers are surprised to discover just how many ways you can mess up a home purchase. You may have got your pre-approval, found a home you loved and made an offer. But if you want to avoid mes ... [read full post]
published January 12, 2018

Sellers: If I don't get an offer, should I wait or lower the price?

In today's Seller's market if you haven't received an offer in the first 2 or 3 weeks, something is wrong.  Either the home is overpriced or there is something about the home that is giving potential Buyers hesitation on making an offer.  Your Realtor sho ... [read full post]
published September 14, 2016

Why use a Realtor

Real estate transactions involve one of the biggest financial investments most people experience in their lifetime. Transactions today usually exceed $100,000. If you had a $100,000 income tax problem, would you attempt to deal with it without the help of a CPA? If you had ... [read full post]
published August 25, 2016

Selling Checklist   HANDYMAN MATTERS SELL YOUR HOME CHECKLIST Looking to sell your home? The professionals at Handyman Matters have combined their expertise and created this sell your home checklist of helpful thin ... [read full post]
published August 24, 2016

I'm a first-time home buyer, what should I do first?

Before looking for a home, determine your price range, down payment amount, and estimated settlement charges. Lenders use different variables including income, debt load and credit scores to determine how much a potential buyer can take out as a mortgage�knowing what you ... [read full post]
published February 5, 2016
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