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Home Buying in Alpharetta : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Sep 28, 2017
Worldwidefunding2017 answered:
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Thu Aug 31, 2017
rspyer answered:
mosquitoes, snakes,alligators basement flooding , your children drowning, resale value, bugs, water bugs, cracks in your foundation, smells, stagnant water, your health,
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Tue Aug 1, 2017
Angelica P answered:
Hi,

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https://www.trulia.com/homes/Georgia/Alpharetta/sold/394490-122-Laurel-Ridge-Dr-Alpharetta-GA-30004



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Thu Jul 13, 2017
M99wg answered:
I find the comments on this site interesting. First off, I have a Ryland home that I had built in 2000. A lot of these comments are from people who seem to have not cared enough to do a walk around BEFORE closing, let alone during the construction. With all big box home builders they will get away with whatever you let them. I had cracked tile that they replaced. I had 3 rooms of carpet and baseboards replaced because they forgot to tighten a bath tub drain. I have been in there 17 years next month and I along with my neighbors have been greatly satisfied. ... more
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Fri Jun 30, 2017
Nikita Shah answered:
Yes after searching for 5 years, finally we have bought custom home and is from them. You may reach me for more details. They are top notch builders for custom home. The design architecture engineering and functionality of all their homes they built in East Cobb is outstanding and hard to find similar team!! We are very proud of our architect and builder and we get so many compliments all the time. All in all they treat us as family and not just clients and did a lot more extra work while building our home!! They always give right guidance on design and will never compromise to anything if it doesn't make sense or not good for house value !! We may be ready to build another dream home in next few years and we will be working with this team !! ... more
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Thu Jun 29, 2017
Kiandra Thompson asked:
Under my saved homes, I would like to have an option to add 1 list to bookmark and the other list to saved homes. It would be nice if you all had a feature on here with a folder to help…
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Thu May 11, 2017
Stuccosafe answered:
This is a great question, and no you should not avoid stucco homes. I am a certified stucco inspector and tester. I see stucco homes every day, and stucco is a cladding that can have a much longer life than products like siding. The thing to know, is that the stucco needs some maintenance. If the stucco is well maintained it will last and not have issues. I would say though, that you should not buy a stucco house without stucco inspection and testing.

Generally, what I see with stucco inspections, is that if the stucco has not been maintained for a long time, problems can occur. The problems tend to be with failure of the substrate and framing rotting, and are not generally identifiable with just a visual inspection. These problems can be very expensive. The good news for you is that typically its an item that once identified, is paid for by the seller. In some cases buyers end up with a brand new exterior of the home, courtesy of the seller.

SO in summary, as long as you get a stucco inspection, and stucco test then problems with stucco homes won't be able to affect your wallet.
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Tue Mar 28, 2017
Payal Zilaro asked:
Hi, I am an out of state investor looking for an agent to help purchase an investment property in north Atlanta area. I am exploring Johns Creek, Alpharetta and Suwanee area. I prefer an…
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Thu Dec 29, 2016
Katherine Morrison answered:
It's best to check with your accountant. However, in talking with my mortgage people, they said PMI is currently still a deductible expense on your taxes.
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Wed Nov 2, 2016
Solomon Greene answered:
As a rental, I think it will go right away. People want to be in those North Fulton County schools and inventory is tight right now. It might even go fairly quickly as a sale, provided the road noise can't be heard inside. ... more
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Mon Jun 20, 2016
Janell Carter answered:
Hi Brian! Congratulations on your move! Alpharetta is a amazing, kid friendly suburb. There are several subdivisions in Alpharetta in your desired price range it really just depends on what exit you were trying to move to. I am also assuming Schools are very important for you. You may want to start looking up the schools and their ratings and go from there. A great site is www.schooldigger.com. It will provide testing scores, demographics, and reviews. Please let me know if I can assist further.

Janell Carter Realtor
Century 21 Intown
www.janellcarter.com
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Tue May 10, 2016
Yasminmins asked:
I watched fixer upper on Netflix, so I was wondering if they do the same in Georgia(buy cheap, uggly house, make something nice with the house).
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Thu Apr 21, 2016
Solomon Greene answered:
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The purchase and sale agreement, then your agent would be the best source for answers to these questions. If you approached the seller or their agent unrepresented, please consider contacting an attorney. Any responses to your question posted here would essentially be conjecture since we were not involved in the transaction, haven't seen the contract and, frankly, are not licensed to provide legal opinions.

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Solomon Greene
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Thu Feb 11, 2016
Janell Carter answered:
Hi! No you don't have to wait and I highly recommend not waiting. You want to know what your buying power is before you put your condo on the market just in case you can't get qualified for the home you want. I am a local Realtor that lives and works in Alpharetta. I would love to assist with your move. Please feel free to contact me.

Janell Carter Realtor
Century 21 Intown
www.janellcarter.com
678-791-8956
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Mon Jan 18, 2016
Mbowles answered:
We really like our home. However, the warranty and customer service provided after the sale are very bad. So much so, given the opportunity to purchase another SR Home I would not.
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