HAPPY FRIDAY'S EVE YA'LL (😛 I'm from the South)!! I have a confession.... I ❤ New Constructions (that's not the confession yet). They are not for EVERYONE. But for those individuals who prefer NEW, who prefer current, non-dated designs, who prefer builder perks and incentives... I TRULY ENJOY showing CENTURY COMMUNITIES (that's the confession)!! ▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪
Why? I've co-brokered transactions with many of your larger builders, Century Communities just seem to offer more designs (exterior and interior features) that add CUSTOMIZATION and PERSONALITY to each home. They cap how many elevations can be in a single subdivision to avoid the "Tract Home" appearance.
Who wants to close on a home before the year ends...? I'd love to assist you in accomplishing this #Goal! You can NEVER go wrong with a New Construction Agent. Contact me ASAP so you can receive the builder incentives! ▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪
Looking for a Real Estate Professional, give me a call, for your complimentary Needs Analysis Consultation!! Ursula Randolph | PalmerHouse Properties | Ursula.Randolph@mail.com | 404.692.4071
A pre-qualification is not official because the lender has not verified documents. They may pull your credit report, but have not viewed pay stubs or bank statement to confirm your income. The pre-qualification is an estimated starting point for buyers. When you get a pre-approval, this is a different ball game. It's a step further in your home buying process. For a pre-approval, lenders pull your credit report and review your finances, debts and income. A resulting letter determines the official amount of loan the lender will offer. Buyers can include this letter when bidding on homes to sweeten their offers as credible buyers. When buyers have pre-approval letters their closing processes should be faster than buyers with a pre-qualification. If you want to know more please contact me and I can get you in contact with one of my preferred lenders! Note: a pre-approval or pre-qualification does not guarantee you a loan approval. Once you are under contract, the lenders underwriter may need further review of financial information. .
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‼️Another Closing‼️ This deal was a tough one for my clients and I. This was my first time ever having a cash buyer and dealing with a Trust. The Trust holders wanted to use their “own” realtors and tried to get me kick off this deal but I FOUGHT hard. My client demanded that no one will represent her but me and we were bullied around for it. She had to go as far as threatening to fire the Trust holders if they continued to undermine me and sabotage the deal. The closing was pushed back 3 times due to all the hoops of fire I was forced to jump through 🤦🏽♀️I almost threw in the towel a couple of times but my mentor @yellosquarenupe gave me knowledge and inspiration to get the deal closed and I did just that! Congrats to my clients moving all the way from Florida to a beautiful home in Atlanta. I am so happy for them. So far this house is the highlight of my career and I look forward to many more 🙌🏽✊🏽
To anyone who is a new agent- never give up no matter how hard a deal is. If you’re being discriminated based on your race, sex, or anything outside of your control-smile and PUSH THROUGH💪🏽💪🏽 #RealtorBae#RealEstate#Luxury#LuxuryRealEstate#Homes#AJSellsAtlanta#AtlantaRealtor#AtlantaHomes#Mansions#Condos#Townhomes#Realtor#KellerWilliams#Agent#AtlAgent#DreamHome#Listings#ModernHomes#OpenHouse
Keller Williams First Atlanta Agent
200 Glenridge Point Pkwy
Atlanta, GA 30342.
#1 Office in Georgia
HENRY COUNTY, YOU SAY....🤔! Why certainly!! This 2700+ SF, 5 bedroom, Lennar home is located in McDonough, GA. Priced attractively under $260k. 😍 Straight down 75-S. I'v closed out 4 properties this year in Henry County, two of those 4 being in McDonough. ▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪
If you are in the market currently looking for a home OR are considering purchasing in the near future, the south of Atlanta market shouldn't be overlooked. As a result of rising rates, purchasing power can decrease (specifically if you aren't coming with a significant down payment amount like a 20%). As a solution oriented agent, I hear my clients' preferences of wanting a 4 to 5 bedroom home, nice size lot, community amenities AND at a reasonable price point. Henry County meets majority, if not all of their preferences!! ▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪
I encourage my clients to have an open mind and TRUST that I will present them with viable property options! All four of my Henry County clients, could not be more pleased, excited and comfortable living in their new homes!! I'd LOVE to discuss your real estate goals with you! If the Henry County market is an option for you, let's get you set up with my preferred lender @roxannefaithjambor to obtain your true purchasing power!! Let's schedule a private tour by this weekend!! This home is ready to close in December! ▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪
Looking for a Real Estate Professional, give me a call, for your complimentary Needs Analysis Consultation!! Ursula Randolph | PalmerHouse Properties | Ursula.email@example.com | 404.692.4071
What's Happening Wednesdays (in the World of Real Estate)!! @dianaolick Couldn't have informed us any better!! As an agent of MANY investors, I myself have begun to experience a shortage of good "bargain" deals that fit into my investors' models. Three years ago, there was a significant difference in investor inventory. Investors had more to choose from and acquisition costs made much more sense with the anticipated ARV being one, attractive and two, attainable by consumers. The worst situation an investor/flipper wants to be in, is one where they've acquired the property at a higher amount (let's say over 65% of ARV), exhausted a higher reno budget to make sure the property has all the features necessary to achieve the After Repair Value (ARV), and then after about 60 to 90 days the market concludes that buyers are no longer purchasing as quickly within this price point due to increased rates bringing the purchasing power down.... 🤢 Now you are stuck with a property, an interest only note (or less cash) while the home sits on the market..... and you wait, hope and pray!!! ________________
So what is happening now?? According to this CNBC report, I pulled out key excerpts that sum it up perfectly. ● Flippers also have less to choose from. The national foreclosure rate is incredibly low, and older homeowners, who would usually be downsizing now, are staying put at a higher rate than historical norms because costs are so high."A lot of retired people are staying, even though the house doesn't fit their needs anymore," said Bethanis. ● "It's not only becoming more expensive on the purchase side of flipping, but it's becoming more expensive on the fix-up side of flipping," said Bethanis. ● And demand from buyers is also waning. Mortgage rates are now about a full percentage point higher than they were a year ago, and some buyers are having to lower their sights. Flipped homes, which are usually renovated to turn-key condition, come at a price premium. More buyers today are looking for bargains, even if it means doing repairs themselves.
I receive so many DM inquiries from aspiring "Flippers". My first bit of advice, research what's happening from the top down!
The interior is not the only aspect of your home that can be dated...... (sighs)
Simple fixes such as painted bricks can certainly bring a home back to life. Lighter colors, like WHITE WASHED or gray are trending now. These colors definitely set homes apart from others and catch the attention of the passersby-ers.
Not to worry! To divert from an all out institutional look, pops of color can be incorporated in the selection of shutters, the front door and (my fave.... 😍) the roof!! Consider Raised Architectural shingles. When installed the roof surface has an interesting, appealing look of depth and dimension.
What other exterior enhancement ideas do you have?
There are sooo many options out there!
Looking for a Real Estate Professional, give me a call, for your complimentary Needs Analysis Consultation!! Ursula Huffman | PalmerHouse Properties | Ursula.Huffman@mail.com | 404.692.4071