The development is Coosawattee River Resort. HOA fees were $628 last I checked. Here is a link with more info about the development: http://www.facebook.com/CoosawatteeRiverResort/info. And here is a link to Facebook with more info: http://www.facebook.com/CoosawatteeRiverResort
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Rick..Please give me a call to discuss your lease options.....or email me.....
Kenny Schrader - Realtor- GRI
North Georgia Cabins & Land LLC
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This is located in Talking Rock Creek, an 8,000 acre gated community. It is about a 1/2 hour drive southwest of Ellijay. Amenities include a clubhouse, tennis courts, a pool, and river access. The Association dues are $950 per year.
Dan Parker - Associate Broker
Re/Max Town and Country
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This is a very nice home, I just sold a home in this subdivision. Every home has plenty of room around it and the neignbors are near but not on top of each other. The home lists at $235,000.00. It is a 3 bedroom/ 3 bath home with over 2400 square feet of living area. The basement is finished and the covered porch overlooks a man made waterfall. I have attached a link to a virtual tour. The listing expired last month if you are still interested I would be happy to find out if the property is still available.Please feel free to contact me at any time. Thanks
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These are poultry houses around 2920 Lower Cartecay Rd . If you live near a poultry house there can be an odor. How frequently you might smell it would depend on how close you are, and the direction of the wind. The smell is most prevalent when the poultry houses are cleaned out every few months.... more
Didn't see one nearby; but you could check:
Hi Richard have you created an account yet? If you need any assistance in anyway I would be happy to help. Contact me i'd love to be your realtor. Kaylane Peters. Keller Williams Realty Metro Atlanta Licensed in Louisiana & Georgia. 504-373-9696... more
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Lots of questions, that is good. Do your homework.
Good news is 3 years ago we were in a boom. Bad news is it is 3 years later.
Call an agent who specializes in the area you are talking about. One with several years experience and lives in the area if possible. Ask him/her to get into MLS and find out what has sold that would be a comp to you in the past 90-120 days. Go further back if need be. Ask what is for sale now that would be a comp. Find out what the percentage of the asking price property is selling for. He/she can give you an average. Also, days on the market. They will have that also.
Appraisals are great if you are getting refinaced, but what you need are the cold hard facts on what is selling.
Once you have this, call another company and ask for the new kid on the block and have him run the same exercise for you. Chances are you are going to get more info from the kid than the old guy, but both roads will lead you to where you want to go.
The information you need to make an intelligent decision is out there. You just need someone to pull it together so you can review it. Continue to ask questions. Information is critical to making smart decisions.
In answer to your question about is this a good time to sell. It is truly a buyers market unless you have a one of kind property that people have been waiting to come on the market. People are looking for deals and there are plenty out.
Get your information, study it and then you make the decision on of you want to pull the trigger or not.
Keep in mind the market does not care what your home appraises for. Save that money for something else.... more
As much as I love my home state I think you should consider Western North Carolina. The mountain views in this area are spectacular and the opportunity for snowfall is much better than Georgia.
I would look into areas such as Cashiers, Sylva, Franklin, Bryson City. My aunt lives in Sylva and I just love that area of N.C. I think it will provide for much of the criteria you are looking for.
I know of a few agents in that area and would be happy to get you their contact information if you are interested.... more
I would like to see more classes offered on the new socialmedia. I would also like to see a mandatory ethics class that is required by the board. I would also like to have a "real" foreclosure process class.... more
To estimate annual taxes for a property, you can go the Gilmer County Tax Assesors website at http://www.gilmerassessors.com/, then go to "Estimate Taxes" link on the left hand side. This should estimate what your taxes should be.
Kelly Kline, REALTOR®
Coldwell Banker Schmitt Real Estate Co.
Coosawatte RR continuesto offer buyers opportunities with affordable pricing for permanent or part time living in the North Georgia mountains. This is not the "best of times for sellers", but it is an area where sales are still happening everyday and appropriate pricing, after getting a Comparative Market Analysis, will probably produce a sale. For buyers, this resort community offers many ammenities at a reasonable cost of about $500 +/- per year. Home styles are varied so you can generally find what suits your lifestyle. Yes, there are many short sale/foreclsoure property as there are in many areas of the country to consider, but uncomplicated options exist also with regular houses for sale. Time determines whether or not you want to deal with closing of the shorts and foreclosures. With patience and endurance, you can bring those to a successful close!! Let me know if I can help you in any way to identify what you are seeking in this area.
Judy Aselton, Realtor, CherrylogEllijay, Ga. 678-463-1129... more
If it has no road frontage, i.e. is land locked, it has little value to anyone other than adjoining property owners. Only other usage could be for the timber. Do you know if it has been timbered in the last 30 or 40 years? Are the trees hardwood or pine? It also makes a difference which part of the county the land is located within. Can you give more precise location?
If the trees aren't large and it is truly land locked except for access through the owners property, it may only be worth 3 or 4 thousand an acre. But if the owner can give an easement through his property and if there are great views from the ridge, it may have a lot more value SOME DAY, but not any time soon since there are so many beautiful lots on the market with roads and utilities already established.
Hope this helps.
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