Managing an asset worth hundreds of thousands of dollars is a responsibility that requires attention to details such as timely payment of the mortgage, home repairs and maintenance, upkeep, and oversight on financial issues including taxes, insurance, and other things.
Depending on how long you've been a homeowner, you may have faced some of the decisions common to homeownership. Occasionally, there could be something new that you haven't had to deal with in the past. This is where having a resource you can rely on becomes valuable.
During the buying or selling process, it is natural to turn to your agent for information and advice but during those periods in between where do you go for counsel? Sure, you can turn to the Internet but that may not be the best place to get advice for your situation.
We encourage you to think of us as your "source of real estate information"; someone you're comfortable with asking a question and confident that you'll get good advice. We not only want to be there for you when you buy or sell, but all the years in between.
By helping you with the day-to-day decisions of homeownership, we believe we can develop relationships that will lead to future sales when you move again, as well as recommendations to your friends who need the services of a trusted real estate professional.
Whether you simply need the recommendation of service provider, a trustworthy mortgage professional, an estimate of your current market value, or advice on what kind of improvements are best to consider, we're happy to share that information with you.
Just a few of the kind of questions we get almost every week:
- Can you recommend a good (plumber, painter, handyman, etc.)
- What is the current value of my home?
- How do I challenge a property tax assessment?
- When should a homeowner refinance?
- How often should we update our personal home inventory?
We want to be your "Go-To" person for everything to do with real estate. If you have a real estate question, please call us at (404) 857-2508. If we don't have the answer, we'll find it for you or at least, point you in the right direction.
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