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Market Conditions in Woodstock : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Jul 8, 2014
typhoon707 answered:
Property value. All I get from zillow is residential value. Would like commercial value. Zoned GC
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Sat Jan 4, 2014
Jimmy Payne answered:
You can see the school boundaries at http://www.cherokee.k12.ga.us under parent information then choose school boundaries.
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Wed Jun 5, 2013
amy_balser answered:
Sarafdell - you asked who the property owner was. Which specific property were you looking at?

Thanks!
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Tue Feb 19, 2013
Rick Musto answered:
Betty - while I understand you are in a hurry, it would be best to give me a call now so we can figure out exactly what/where you want to look, as well as what your situation is, including your source of funds and other background information. Even though a seller might carry your mortgage they are still going to want to know if you have the ability to repay the loan. I await your call.

Rick Musto, Realtor
Managing Broker
Buckhead Home Realty
770-480-7699
rmusto@buckheadhomerealty.com

Serving the Atlanta & Metro Areas
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Sun Jan 17, 2010
Alan May answered:
yes, there are many agents making meaningful incomes, even in this transitional market.

being a real estate agent, if you're self-driven and motivated to work hard, can be the most financially rewarding (as well as emotionally rewarding) career you've ever had. As others have pointed out, you need to be a people person, and able to handle rejection.

I have had a handful of different careers in my lifetime (thus far), and I have made the most money as a Realtor... and I have made the least money as a Realtor. If you have good financial reserves (I would plan on taking no money out of the business for at least a year), then a down market is a great time to learn the business. If you can do well in a down market, you'll do gangbusters (some very "techincal" real-estate jargon) when the market recovers.

Good luck.
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