Benefits of Buying vs. Renting in Atlanta

If you are looking for a new place to live, you might be on the fence about whether to rent or buy. It is very important that you explore your options so you can be sure you are making the best choice when you move! In our latest post, we will outline some of the benefits of … Continued

What to Expect When Buying Foreclosures in Atlanta

While the foreclosure process is not an ideal situation for the home’s previous owners, it can be a way to find a home at a much lower price than you would find in a traditional sale. However, with the opportunity for reward, there is also a risk. In this blog post, we’ll let you know … Continued

Before Buying Land in Atlanta Do Your Legwork

If you’re thinking about investing in land, have you done your due diligence yet? Investing can provide solid returns for investors but before buying land in Atlanta, do your legwork. In this blog post, we’ll look at a few things you should check when investing in land… Land investments. They seem so simple compared to … Continued

How To Choose A Property Inspector and Appraiser in Atlanta

When buying a property, there are two aspects of the escrow process that are integral to closing the deal and negotiating any final pricing details. The property inspector is a professional set of eyes highlighting areas that need or will soon need attention. Lenders often hire the appraiser, though if it is a cash or … Continued

5 Steps to Buying Your First Investment Property in Atlanta

When done correctly, real estate investment is one of the most rewarding ways in which you can invest your money. Buying your first property might seem intimidating, but if you follow the below advice, you should be able to find, purchase and create an investment that provides additional income for you and your family. In … Continued

How to Successfully Manage Rental Properties

Part 1: Screening Tenants’ Finances How to Qualify a Tenant’s Financials: The importance of putting a qualified tenant into your rental properties is pretty high. Having the properly screened tenant that will pay rent on time is going to make or break you for the next year that you have the lease with them. Before … Continued