We are thinking of moving to Villa Rica. The homes seem very reasonably priced compared areas north of ATL,

Asked by Countrymouse, Villa Rica, GA Thu Jul 30, 2009

undiscovered gem or too good to be true?

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Linda Garcia, Agent, Villa Rica, GA
Mon Feb 10, 2014
You get much more bang for your buck in Villa Rica. Let me know what you are searching for and I can send you home listings.
Thank you,

Linda Stephens, Realtor
NHR Realty
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Brad Paris, Agent, Villa Rica, GA
Thu Nov 18, 2010
I have been selling homes in the Villa Rica, Carroll county area since 1996, and yes home values have dropped about 25-30% in the area during the decline. There are still many foreclosures available, and more to come, but the beauty of living in Villa Rica, you can jump on I-20 and be in Atlanta, and surrounding areas quickly. Villa Rica also is a small town, and you don't have to fight tons of traffic all the time, if I can help, please call, Brad Paris, 770-459-8841, Southern Homes and Land Realty
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Barbara Shaw, Agent, Hiram, GA
Tue Sep 15, 2009
Yes Great Prices. Some Properties in Villa Rica Qualify for 100% Financing. Call for Listings. Barbara 404-606-7467
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Hank Miller, Agent, Alpharetta, GA
Fri Jul 31, 2009
They are better priced becasue the bottom fell out of the market. North Atlanta has held much better than most areas because of schools, convenience and market appeal....Unless you find the deal of the centure and plan to be there for many years you are likely to lose money and have difficulty selling. You'll be buying a depreciationg asset....I appraise bunches and bunches of foreclosed homes out in the formerly "hot" areas....

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Jodi Smith, , Marietta, GA
Thu Jul 30, 2009
Hi Countrymouse!

You do get more home for the money in Villa Rica compared to North Atanta. Depending on what you're looking for, that can be a good thing. If schools are of any interest to you, I would recommend checking out http://www.doe.k12.ga.us/ReportingFW.aspx?PageReq=211&PI… .
Typically the homes in North ATL are higher because of the education system in place in that area. People spend more money on their homes there (especially East Cobb) b/c their children can get a Private School education at a Public School price (free...plus taxes). East Cobb's taxes are very affodable and there are homes that you can find there at all price points.

Let me know if there is anything I can do for you!

Jodi Smith
Atlanta Real Estate Agent
Keller Williams Realty Consultants – Roswell, Georgia
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Tina Vliet, , Georgia
Thu Jul 30, 2009
Of course, there are wide price ranges north of ATL. I work in the Alpharetta area and have homes on the market there from $100k to over $2M.

Feel free to search for homes all over Georgia at http://www.MoveToAlpharetta.com - no registration required unless you want to SAVE your searches or favorites.
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Tina Vliet, , Georgia
Thu Jul 30, 2009
Yes, west of Atlanta is priced lower than North. is there anything inparticular you need to be close to??
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