Cartersville Georgia Real Estate Blog

10 Most Memorable Houses From 2021

10 Most Memorable Houses From 2021

Best Kitchen

32 Charles Street, Cartersville

A newly-renovated gem with designer’s touches throughout!

Charming cottage in the heart of downtown Cartersville.


Best Master Bath

12 Royal Lake...

3 tips to have a stress free transaction

3 tips to have a stress free transaction 

Today we are sharing 3 tips to have a stress free transaction. 

First tip is, communication. Asking questions is the most effective way to communicate. We appreciate it when you ask us questions because it shows that you are engaged in the process and makes you feel more confident throughout.

Second thing to consider under communication is, let us know how you like to be contacted—either by phone, text message, or email. Anything works for us.

Last thing is, be direct; if something isn’t working, let us know. Be honest with us. We are your representatives, we are working for you and we want what’s best for you.

Tip number two is to be patient but decisive. So how does this work? Be patient...

5 red flags for buyers

5 red flags for buyers

Buying a home can possibly be one of the biggest purchases you’ll ever make! It goes without question that you want to feel comfortable with the people you are working with. When it comes to real estate, I believe your agent should be someone who has helped others avoid red flags if possible. That is why our team has put together this list for you, "The 5 Red Flags to look out for when buying a home".

It's not all about looks when you're interested in a house. A lot of times the floors will give you a good idea of how well built the house is. If it has soft floors, or if there are uneven spans, this could be a sign. Cryssi's tip is to bring a golf ball and test the floors.

If you are a new home owner you might not exactly know what to look for when it comes...

Do I really need a buyers’ agent?

Do I really need a buyers’ agent?

Do I really need a buyers’ agent? It seems to be a question that is on everyone’s mind these days. Whether it's your first time buying or you are a veteran, whether you are moving across town or state, or even if this is your third home you are buying – the fact remains – the same rule still stands – you need a buyers’ agent.

There are three things I will tell you on why you do, but I would rather just tell you one of these reasons and it will make such a huge difference and if you listen to this tip;  Number one, you want your own agent.

The listing agent's job is to ensure that the seller's interests are being met. The buyer's agent does the same thing but it is for the buyer. If you dig deep into it,...

3 Things To Consider When Shopping Locally This Christmas Season

3 Things To Consider When Shopping Locally This Christmas Season

With Christmas just around the corner, have you started shopping yet? While it is so easy to order online and let’s be honest, the Amazon truck comes to our house way too often, there is something to be said about walking into a store. Browsing the stores for the perfect gifts for your loved ones can be fun, and can make a difference in our communities. 

First thing to consider is when we shop at locally-owned businesses, we bring money back to the communities we live in. According to national statistics, for every $100 spent in a locally owned store, 68 dollars stay right in our community. When we shop at the big box chain store, only 43 dollars stay in our community. That's a huge difference when our goal is to contribute to the growth of our...

How to avoid a bait and switch scenario

How to avoid a bait and switch scenario

Selling your house can be a financial business decision. You probably want the best price and the most eager buyer that you can get. However, there is something called a "bait and switch" that you should know about.

What is a bait and switch? This is where a buyer starts out by waving all the contingencies and bidding over the asking price. This is the bait part. 

The first couple of days when a seller and buyer are under contract is when the buyer can have any home inspections they would like to have done. This is what we call "due diligence" here in Georgia, this is where the bait and switch usually happens. The switch is when they all of a sudden try to lower the price...

3 things you need to know about before you start playing monopoly in real life

3 things you need to know about before you start playing monopoly in real life

Have you ever wanted to change your life and start playing monopoly in real life? You have to admit it is a fun game, but in reality, real life monopoly can be challenging. There are a lot of things you need to take into consideration when you purchase your own investment property and rent it out to other people. Here are three things to know before you buy an investment property and start renting it out.

The first thing you might want to consider is interest rates. They are higher than if you live in the house, so if you are buying an investment property, you need to factor in those interest rates and make sure you count them when you do your analysis.

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What three things do you need to know when you close on a house in Cartersville, GA?

What three things do you need to know when you close on a house in Cartersville, GA?

Buying a home is a really exciting time of your life. This is one of the largest purchases you will make in your lifetime and it's a big step in starting a new chapter of your life. Of course, there are a lot of things that go into buying a house. You can get overwhelmed with the process if you don't know what to expect. That is why I will be going to highlight some important tips for you when you close on your next house in Cartersville, GA.

The first thing to expect is to receive a lot of mail after you close. Hundreds of people will send you a variety of envelopes and what they want you to pay attention to is refinance with them or pay for your deed, but the thing is that you already paid for that. Your closing...

Are we headed for Market Crash?

Are we headed for a Market Crash?

 If you are thinking about buying or selling a home, there is one question that hangs over your head like a dark cloud. The question is: "Are we headed for a market crash?".  Most people tend to think that the real estate market is going to crash, and it is easy for them to point out specific factors that they think will lead us there.

 But, are we really headed for a market crash? Probably not. If you are worried that you might have to buy or sell your property before the bubble bursts, don't worry! Here are the reasons why you should get back in the game whether you are a buyer or a seller.

 Reason number one, Spec houses. Spec houses right now are almost non-existent,  before the housing crisis in...

Why fall may be the best time to sell a house

Jenny Smith

Can we talk just like you are sitting on my couch? Have you been considering selling your home, but don't know when would be the right time?

We have the answer for you!

FALL may be the best time to sell your house. ?

Here's why:

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