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Charles Hines, Home Buyer in Loganville, GA

Loganville, Monroe, Youth area. Prices falling? Bad areas? Bad Builders?

Asked by Charles Hines, Loganville, GA Sat Jan 5, 2008

We will be relocating to this area from Mcdonough GA. Really want to buy but want to make sure that it is the right decision for the next 10 years. What about schools? Traffic on GA 20 to Lawrenceville. Would appreciate all feedback

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The traffic on Ga 20 thru Grayson is a mess right now, but should move smoothly when the wideing is finished. Walton county is a lovely place to live, we have been here over 5 years, came from Snellville. The schools in the Youth cluster are all new, as is the Loganville High School and they are building some new ones in Monroe. Ihave a link to Georgia School info on my web site. My husband and I own the Re/Max office in Loganville & Monroe, so we are pretty familiar with the are. Be glad to help if you need us.
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There are many routes into and out of Loganville and the problems are due to construction for the most part now. I used to live on the south side near McDonough, I would say that Loganville and McDonough are pretty similiar in terms of make up. The schools are slightly better in Walton, statistically. Eagles Landing excluded.

Monroe will take a little longer to develop.

There's a little bit of a lull with the new construction out there, I wouldn't say it's bad, but do beware! Take your inspector. It's a buyers market out there.

Let me know if you need any help.
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Joshua Jarvis, Real Estate Pro in Duluth, GA
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I have helped many buyers purchase homes in the Loganville area. Before the decline in the real estate market Walton county was just beginning to see a pick up in growth and development. One of the reasons I have sold many properties in the Loganville area is because it has been the best bang for your buck! Lots in this area average about 1 Acre and the homes are priced very well compared to adjacent counties such as Gwinnett.

Schools rank pretty well in Loganville. Some of my clients have been very happy with the school system there. Let me know if you would like to get in touch with any of them for a reference regarding the schools there.
I won't deny that traffic on GA 20 is a mess! This has been one of the problems with the Grayson area and the reason for many trying to move out of that area. Development was booming in Grayson over the past few years and the roads were not prepared for it. The road widening project is underway now and will free up the traffic a great deal once it is completed. If you know your way around the area many of the backroads can help you avoid the gridlock on GA 20 depending on where you are trying to get to.

If you would like some assistance with your home search I would love the chance to work with you. I know the area well and can direct you to some great communities no matter what your price range. You can contact me through my Trulia profile or visit my website.
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Loganville is beginning to experience significant development growth. We expect that it will continue to see steady growth for the next 5 to 10 years. Walton County schools rank favorably as well. The current traffic problems on Ga 20 should only be short term. We can help you sort through the best options for new construction and resales. Please call me direct anytime at 678.279.4707
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