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Guide To Gwinnett: Real Estate

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Last modified: May 16, 2017
Your home, whether it's a condo or apartment with great amenities, or a single-family house in a quaint subdivision, is probably the most expensive... Guide To Gwinnett: Real Estate

g2g2016-RealEstateYour home, whether it's a condo or apartment with great amenities, or a single-family house in a quaint subdivision, is probably the most expensive purchase you'll ever make. And, if variety is the spice of life, look no further than Gwinnett for plenty of options.

We have apartments, starter homes and a full array of live, work, play communities. Big houses. Small houses and everything in between. When it's time to settled down and retire, you'll find some of the best retirement and assisted living communities around.

On the commercial side, you'll find office buildings, co-working spaces, industrial property and even still, a few stretches of acreage awaiting that next business boom.

7 THINGS to do Before You Hire a Realtor

  1. Check comparable sales prices in the neighborhood. (Your realtor will too, but this way you'll be on the same page.)
  2. Have a rough idea of your mortgage balance.
  3. Identify any tax issues or liens on the house.
  4. Clean, de-clutter and amp up the curb appeal.
  5. Clean, yes, but hold off making any huge improvements until you talk to a realtor to understand what will really add value.
  6. Make a list of upgrades and improvements that you've made to the house.
  7. Be prepared to work while the house is on the market keeping it clean, accommodating a pet during showings, and so on.

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Looking to buy, sell or make a major lifestyle change? Find agents, great neighborhoods, and even senior living options in our Guide to Gwinnett
Business Directory.

DID YOU KNOW?
Almost 900,000 people call Gwinnett home! GwinnettCounty.com

4 REASONS TO USE A REALTOR

  1. Real estate has its own language and a Realtor is trained to speak it.
    Realtors have the expertise to prepare a killer dealwhileavoiding delays or costly mistakes that can seriously mess you up.
  2. They have turbochargedsearching power.
    Realtors have access to more online listings than you do.Sometimes properties are available but not actively advertised, and a Realtor can help you find those hidden gems.
  3. They have negotiating chops.
    You're going to need an experienced pro to seal the deal and protect your interests. A Realtor will help draw up a purchase agreement that allows enough time for inspections, contingencies, and anything else that's crucial to your particular needs.
  4. They adhere to a strict code of ethicsA Realtor is a licensed real estate salesperson who belongs to the National Association of Realtors, the largest trade group in the country. Realtors must adhere to aCode of Ethics.

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Apartment Communities

Colonial Grand at McDaniels Farm
770-814-4100

Highlands at Sugarloaf
770-495-9319

Overlook at Gwinnett Stadium
770-962-4533

Reserve at Sugarloaf
678-475-1005

The Estates at Crossroads
770-476-0038

Home Appraisals

Cynthia Gray
770-265-9396

DS Murphy & Associates
678-584-5900

Green Apple Valuations LLC
706-202-9507

Home Inspections

Duffy Home Inspections
770-381-9637

Keeling Home Inspections
770-962-2214

Sure Thing Home Inspections
678-971-2633

Neighborhoods

Apalachee Heritage
770-904-5264

Chateau Elan Estates -
Lori Cable
770-318-5028

Hidden Falls
770-904-6530

Reunion
770-996-2400

Sugarloaf County Club Gated Community
770-418-1113

Real Estate Firms/Agents

Bonds Realty Group -
Keller Williams
678-898-7026

Brand Properties
770-963-9223

Dawn P. Gober- Remax
770-831-4495

Johnny Phelps-
Harry Norman Realtors
770-622-3081

Kathy Haddock -
Virtual Properties
770-495-5050

Patti Martinez -
Keller Williams
678-772-2979

Peggy Slappey Properties
770-932-3440

Ryan Waldrep- Keller Williams
678-775-2600

Susan Craig - Remax
404-429-4570

Winfield Realty Group
678-430-3600

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DID YOU KNOW?
Lilburn was one of the first cities to develop in Gwinnett as growth spread from Atlanta. Cityoflilburn.com

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