Posted by Jenny Smith on Tuesday, January 5, 2021 at 2:59 PMBy Jenny Smith / January 5, 2021Comment
Here are my main predictions for what’s coming for our market in 2021.
Looking back at 2020, who would have thought our houses would become this crucial to us? Last year we worked from home, schooled our kids at home, and our houses became the best restaurants (at least for safety reasons). We even learned to cook better! (At least… I tried).
2020 has also made it clear just how much technology has made buying and selling real estate easier. Between Zoom conferences, video walk-throughs, 3D Matterport home tours, and more, the amount of tech at our fingertips has never been as plentiful.
Posted by Jenny Smith on Monday, July 20, 2020 at 8:52 AMBy Jenny Smith / July 20, 2020Comment
Purchasing a home of their own is the dream of most Americans, and it is important to have the necessary information when they finally are ready to begin searching for the right property. During the search, there will be many questions to consider, but the answers to these five questions are most important to a successful search for the right property.
1. Is The Real Estate Agent Familiar With The Area?
Finding the best real estate agent to help and guide while searching for a home is essential. The first step will be to contact realtors who are familiar with the area where the prospective buyer wishes to live. During the initial meeting with an agent, the client should not be afraid to ask questions. It is important that the agent is familiar with neighborhoods within the area, the schools,...
Posted by Jenny Smith on Friday, June 12, 2020 at 12:24 PMBy Jenny Smith / June 12, 2020Comment
Home Prices: It’s All About Supply and Demand
As we enter the summer months and work through the challenges associated with the current health crisis, many are wondering what impact the economic slowdown will have on home prices. Looking at the big picture, supply and demand will give us the clearest idea of what’s to come.
Making our way through the month of June and entering the...
Posted by Jenny Smith on Thursday, May 28, 2020 at 1:16 PMBy Jenny Smith / May 28, 2020Comment
Housing Market Positioned to Bring Back the Economy
All eyes are on the American economy. As it goes, so does the world economy. With states beginning to reopen, the question becomes: which sectors of the economy will drive its recovery? There seems to be a growing consensus that the housing market is positioned to be that driving force, the tailwind that is necessary.
Posted by Jenny Smith on Wednesday, November 20, 2019 at 12:15 PMBy Jenny Smith / November 20, 2019Comment
We are excited about both of these homes in Calhoun!
First up is a fixer upper in Calhoun. Now what makes a fixer upper a fixer upper? It needs some work! Some houses need some love and some need some work. This one needs some work. So, what kind of work does it need?
It will need some up dated wiring, we know there is some type of plumbing issue but not sure exactly what is going on, and it does need cosmetic updates as well. But the pluses are really great in this home! The roof was put on around 2012. The HVAC and Hot Water heater is really newer. It is a tri-level home and has some really cool features to it. We don't have all the photos yet but here is the photo of the outside:
If you would like to schedule a showing for this weekend just respond back to the email and we will get you set up! Also, there is an Open House on Saturday from 2-4 p.m. if you...
Posted by Jenny Smith on Wednesday, February 27, 2019 at 2:43 PMBy Jenny Smith / February 27, 2019Comment
18 Stampede Pass Rydal $497,000
Here is a link to the 3d tour to see the entire layout. And we would love for you to join us for the Open House on Sunday, March 3rd from 2-5.
You'll want to rush home to this home sitting on 3 acres with privacy and peace!
They say you only have one chance to make a first impression. When you walk into this home, you know it’s all you need. With 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, a bonus room above garage, plus a unfinished basement,...
Posted by Jenny Smith on Thursday, February 21, 2019 at 12:27 PMBy Jenny Smith / February 21, 2019Comment
This week’s crush won’t surprise anyone – a gorgeous Historic home in the heart of Cartersville. With a touch of color, I know no one is dying of shock reading this, considering I live in a Historic home in Adairsville with a touch of color.
But – this super (SUPER) cute house may have a few tricks up its sleeve. Really:
Heart pine floors in most of the house
Fireplaces with the exposed bricks is almost too much for me
Original Bead Board on main level
The location is pefect – walking distance to downtown
Lot is for those of us who aren't fans of yard work
This house is perfect for you? We would love to show it to you! Fill out the form below and we will call you to schedule a time.
Posted by Jenny Smith on Monday, January 14, 2019 at 10:03 AMBy Jenny Smith / January 14, 2019Comment
When dreaming of your perfect kitchen, it can be hard to decide what changes need to happen in order to make it the perfect space for you. The kitchen is the most visited space in the house, so you want to make sure you are prepared before embarking on this remodeling journey.
There are many changes you can make when the time comes so we created a list to help you get started. Here are 7 easy upgrades to consider to bring your dream kitchen to fruition.
Rather than installing completely new cabinets, painting tarnished or scuffed cabinetry is a cost-effective way to brighten the room. Make sure to scrub the cabinets before you sand and prime, then paint. Although it's cost-effective, taking the added time to do the proper...
Posted by Jenny Smith on Monday, January 7, 2019 at 10:02 AMBy Jenny Smith / January 7, 2019Comment
It's not easy to choose the perfect neighborhood for you or your family. Let's face it, your neighborhood is just as important as your house. If you are not happy with your neighborhood it will eventually lead to you not being satisfied with your home. Do your research to determine what a neighborhood has to offer you. The greatest areas for families with children is not always the best place for a single person or empty nesters. This article will explain the things that you should be looking at in a neighborhood during the buying process.
Location is everything. Imagine living in an amazing area, but you work over 50 miles away. This will not leave you with much time to enjoy everything that your neighborhood has to offer considering you will be spending most of your time commuting to work. Even though there may be a great neighborhood available 50 miles...