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In 2014 there have been ten homes sales in the Zachary Woods subdivision. The high was a five bedroom home on Raquel Drive, for $187,000. The low was a three bedroom home on Peggy Court for $151,500. Average sale price is $168,00, average number of days on the market is 24, and sales pri...
Country Walk is a popular neighborhood in Powder Springs with great amenities and an active homeowner association. So far in 2014 there have been 28 home sales in Country Walk, with the highest sale (achieved by the Magic Real Estate Team) at $185,000, and the average sales price of $146,760. ...
Home sales in Hunters Glen in 2014. So far there has been seven homes sold, with two homes selling for a high of $215,000 (one of these was sold by the Magic Real Estate Team in 14 days), and an average sales price of $185,714. The lowest sale in the neighborhood this year was for $144,500. T...
Should you try to save thousands of dollars by selling your home yourself? Money mogel and expert Dave Ramsey says that you will make more money by hiring a good real estate agent than you wil save by selling your home yourself. ". . . you don’t save costs. The research says that the average h...
The Windsor Oaks Subdivision is a highly sought after neighborhood in East Cobb, served by award winning schools. So far in 2014 there have been 24 homes sold in the neighborhood, over two per month. Sales have gone from a high of $520,000 to a low of $213,000, with the average sold price at $3...
We have sold a number of homes in Hamilton Township, Highlands at Hamilton Township, and the Estates at Hamilton Township, a great community in Kennesaw, Georgia, with great amenities and served by great schools. This year so far there have been a dozen sales in the neighborhoods, with a hugh...
Do you feel as if you hired this real estate agent? Do you need to hire the Magic Real Estate Team instead?
Ellen shows how realtors might "fluff" their advertisements. This is some funny stuff.
Does a frog live here? Or is the home owner ailing?