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Home Buying in Johns Creek : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Jun 2, 2014
Dan Tabit answered:
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Sat Jan 12, 2013
Carla Ham answered:
Good morning,

There are lease options availble in this market. The key will be your income to rent ratio.

Best wishes,
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Tue Jan 8, 2013
Hank Miller answered:
I'm a certified appraiser and associate broker entrenched in NFulton since '94....and a NY'er on top of that. This is what I do every day, all day since getting here in '94.

you'll find these data charts for Alpharetta useful -

You'll also see links for Roswell, Duluth, Johns Creek, Milton and 20 other areas. Everything we do is data driven and looked at from an appraisal standpoint.

As far as interviewing an agent - 7 questions and 10 minutes - all can be done by phone and email -

If we can help, just let me know -

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Mon Sep 3, 2012
Katherine Morrison answered:
Johns Creek is adjacent to Alpharetta, is a recently created entity that was carved out of the east side of Alpharetta and at the eastern border of Fulton County. Hwy 400 cuts Alpharetta roughing in half (going North to South) and the biggest difference is what side of Hwy 400 your job is headquartered. Many of the bigger companies are up off of Windward Parkway, which is lovely but really heavy traffic. Also, traffic is heaviest on the surface streets when the school buses are out (normally starting about 6:45 am) and traffic trying to get onto Hwy 400.

I would recommend you look at housing in both Alpharetta and Johns Creek. Duluth is also another nice area, straddles Fulton and Gwinnett counties and sometimes you can get a little more house for your money.

Good luck!

Katherine L. Morrison, Realtor
Team Realty Group
Alpharetta, GA
404-697-4626 (direct)
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Mon Aug 20, 2012
Hank Miller answered:
Here's a look at the stats for the area in general -

To get to the level you want requires a bit of research and analysis - email me if you want to chat.

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