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Atlanta Neighborhoods & Districts: Collier Hills

Collier Hills is a historic residential neighborhood in Atlanta, Georgia. The neighborhood was founded in 1941. Collier Hills rests on the border between the Buckhead district of Atlanta and the Midtown district of Atlanta. Because of its desirable urban location, home prices in Collier Hills tend to be moderately to very high, ranging from $400,000 […]

Meet Tia A. McCoy!

You can trust me with your homebuying needs. Whether buying or selling I can provide you with step by step guidance and first class service. I am a highly skilled trainer, real estate/homeownership consultant and public speaker with more than 24 years of experience in housing. I have authored and assisted in the design of […]

Community Spotlight: Capitol View

Capitol View was originally part of a large tract of farmland owned by number of people including the Shannon and Deckner families. During the early 1910s, many people started to settle in the area, although the region was still dominated by farms and pasture. There were no paved roads, no electric lights, and no sewers. […]

What is a Conventional Mortgage?

 A Conventional Mortgage is simply any mortgage loan that is not insured or guaranteed by the federal government. Conventional Mortgages typically require a higher down payment, usually 3%–20%. They also have higher income and credit score requirements than government loans. Conventional Mortgages can have a fixed interest rate or an adjustable interest rate. Typical fixed-rate […]

Compact Fluorescent Light Bulbs (CFLs)

The thought of these bulbs make me think of dimly lit rooms and not being able to tell if I’m wearing navy blue or black, but today there are MANY color variations that surpass our original  100watt bulb in displaying true colors. It take a bit of education and trial/error before you find that perfect bulb […]

Short Sale Help

I know. I said I would NEVER do another short sale in my life after the last 15month mess. But after having a few good smooth sales close using the new systems banks have put in place, I’m hopeful and looking for the next owner to help. So, what IS a Short Sale?  Here is […]

10 States with Pricey Closing Costs

Closing costs have risen an average of 36.6 percent compared to 2009, according to Bankrate.com’s annual survey. The big increased was caused by the U.S. government requiring lenders to provide accurate good faith estimates of closing costs. Previously, lenders weren’t penalized for a bad estimate. On average, the origination and third party fees on a […]

Housing Inventory Decreases

The number of homes for sale declined 2.4 percent in November in the metropolitan areas covered by ZipRealty Inc. In the last 25 years, the decline in November has averaged 1.8 percent. The data doesn’t include New York, but Miller Samuel Inc., an appraisal firm, reports that inventory was down 7.1 percent from the end […]

Tax Credit Extended Info

Changes to Homebuyer Tax Credit Frequently Asked Questions Homebuyer Tax Credit Changes  A message from the Atlanta Board of REALTORS: Last week, REALTORS® scored a major public policy victory when the U.S. Congress voted to extend and expand the homebuyer tax credit in order to continue stimulating the housing sector of the economy. The Senate […]

Private Investors Dominate Foreclosure Market

Cities and municipalities are having trouble spending the money allotted by the controversial Neighborhood Stabilization Program, which was passed by Congress last year to acquire houses in blighted neighborhoods. The goal was to buy vacant properties at 1 percent less than appraised value, rehab them, and either sell or rent the homes to low-income residents. […]