It’s That Time of Year

It’s almost that time of year when the school year is over, and for some that means preparing to make that long anticipated move.

Here is a high level view of the current Walton High School real estate market as of 4/26/18. I chose $600,000 for this illustration because the higher value homes are our particular focus in just four elementary schools.

Perhaps not surprising, but confirming a gut feeling, there are a whole lot more choices at the moment in the upper price range. Call us to discuss your particular interests, whether planning to sell or purchase the ideal next home or just searching for a deal.

 

Walton High School Home Sales

Real estate is a common topic of conversation at almost any social gathering, possibly because it is frequently reported in the news, more people own versus rent, and it seems someone in the conversation is planning to buyer, sell or invest in real estate.

These numbers may surprise many who live in East Cobb and specifically those with an interest in Walton High School single family detached homes in East Side, Mount Bethel, Sope Creek and Timber Ridge Elementary Schools. We specialize in this area because it is where we live and clients benefit more when we can implement our Best Home Marketing approach to selling and also be hyperlocal. Continue reading “Walton High School Home Sales”

What can WHY and ‘Y’ mean to you?

Our WHY is found in our business model, vision, mission, goal and result statements, and it is a simple ‘Y’ that changes the perspective from OUR interest to YOUR best interest. Continue reading “What can WHY and ‘Y’ mean to you?”

2017 First Million Market

We just finished a review of this price range ($1.0m – $2.0m) in the area of our specialty – Walton High School listings in just four elementary schools: East Side, Mount Bethel, Sope Creek and Timber Ridge.

The research was triggered by current popular opinions from people on the street as well as agents that the luxury market had softened and sellers should be prepared to show the house for months.

Our findings seem to point to overpricing rather than a shortage of buyers and/or too much inventory. Continue reading “2017 First Million Market”

“Local” Oxymoron

I noticed a reference to “Local Atlanta Agent”. It seemed strange to me because the agent does not live/work in downtown Atlanta and buyers/sellers typically want someone who is local; i.e., meaning they live in and know the neighborhood or immediate area.

Then I realized this choice of words must be about the agent and their lead generation. After all, no one has real local knowledge about metro Atlanta.

The lesson for buyers and sellers is to go beyond the internet marketing and ask the right questions to ensure you hire the right agent.