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    Reality TV Myths: The Truth Behind Your Favorite HGTV Shows

    By Jay Robinson | August 29, 2018

    Have you ever been flipping through the channels, only to find yourself glued to the couch, four episodes deep into House Hunters for an HGTV binge session? We’ve all been there and with no shortage of shows like Fixer Upper, Flip or Flop, Love it or List it, Million Dollar Listing, and Property Brothers, it’s... Read More

    First Time Homebuyers Are Dominating the Market – Here’s Why

    By Jay Robinson | August 27, 2018

    First-time homebuyers may be facing rising affordability issues, but they are still outpacing the share of repeat buyers in the housing market, according to the latest report from the Urban Institute. This is nothing new, as first-time homebuyers have dominated the mortgage market for the past 10 years, but the latest data shows that gap... Read More

    Have You Outgrown Your Starter Home?

    By Sarah Brandt | August 16, 2018

    For many Americans, buying their first home is their first taste of achieving part of the American Dream. It may seem hard to imagine that the first home you purchased might not be the home that will allow you to achieve the rest of your dreams. The good news is that it is totally normal... Read More

    Common Home Buying Myths – Busted!

    By Ali Robinson | August 9, 2018

    So you’re ready to buy a home, upgrade or downsize from your current home, or are just looking for something new! In this exciting but admittedly scary time, you might be inclined to turn to friends and family for advice. While anyone who watches HGTV thinks they are a professional, they might not be the... Read More

    Meet Our New Team Members!

    By Jay Robinson | August 3, 2018

    We are thrilled to announce the addition of two new members to our already dynamic team of real estate professionals. Wilder Robinson and Preston Putnam have joined the Team as full-time buyer’s specialists, effective immediately. Preston Putnam, a native of Dalton, graduated Summa Cum Laude from Berry College with a B.A. in Political Science in... Read More

    Does Your Current Home Fit Your Retirement Needs?

    By Jay Robinson | July 27, 2018

    As more and more baby boomers enter retirement age, the question of whether or not to sell their homes and move will become a hot topic. You may be more than ready to retire, but what about your home? If you hope to age in your current home it makes sense to prepare for the... Read More

    How A Lack of Inventory Affects the Housing Market

    By Jay Robinson | July 20, 2018

    The housing crisis is a thing of the past and the real estate market is making its way down the road to a complete recovery. Home values are up, home sales are up, and foreclosures and short sales have fallen to their lowest points in years. The market will continue to strengthen well into 2018.... Read More

    Summer is the Hottest Season to Buy – Here’s Why.

    By Sarah Brandt | July 12, 2018

    Thinking about buying a home this summer? The sunniest time of year is great for exploring new neighborhoods and seeing what’s out there. Before you start any serious shopping, it’s important to understand what the housing market is like for buyers this time of year, and how to end up with the best home—at the... Read More

    Why You Shouldn’t “FSBO” – A Guide for Sellers

    By Ali Robinson | June 21, 2018

    Selling your home means making a lot of big decisions, including whether to work with a real estate agent. While the majority of homeowners hire a listing agent, others jump in the waters of “FSBO”, or For Sale by Owner. According to extensive research, 36 percent of sellers attempt to sell their homes themselves, but... Read More

    Should You Talk to a Lender First or a Real Estate Agent?

    By Sarah Brandt | June 19, 2018

    The hardest step for most homebuyers to take is the first one. With so much to tackle on the front end, the question is commonly asked – is it better to meet with a lender first, or a real estate agent? Without a doubt, it is better for first-time homebuyers to talk to a real... Read More