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Market Conditions in 30024 : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Jan 22, 2013
Darlene Burnside answered:
For accurate indormation call the Gwinnett County Schools 678-301-1085

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Wed Jan 25, 2012
Solomon Greene answered:
Hey Desperate,

This is a good question that others probably have but won't ask, so it is good that you asked. I was just on the phone with a direct lender and asked that question on your behalf. What she recommended is that you contact the National Foundation for Credit Counseling at http://www.NFCC.org and ask them about your options. They'll likely suggest that you consider asking your loan servicer about the Home Affordable Refinance Program or HARP (HARP-Mortgage.com), but please contact either them or the Impact Group here in Gwinnett County before taking any other actions.

Hope that helps and I'm sure there's a solution for you somewhere.

Solomon Greene
REALTOR® Keller Williams Realty Atlanta Partners
(678) 775-2677
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Fri Aug 26, 2011
Lee Taylor answered:
You should check greatschools.net and compare CRCT scores and whatever other criteria are important to you.

I think that the lifestyle choice of Suwannee vs. east Cobb is pretty radical, but it all depends on business and personal commuting, family proximity, and whatever else is important to you.

Greatschools.net is the go to site for this and I'm using their Iphone app frequently nowadays.

From there, go to the school system websites and schedule some meetings and tours.

If any agent steps up here and makes a claim that one area is better than the other, then beware, they speak with forked tongue...
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Sat Jul 24, 2010
Tina Hecht answered:
Overall according to MLS the average price of homes is down about 8% over the first quarter of last year.
It really depends on the particular neighborhood and school district you are looking in. For the most part home prices are back to 2002 pricing, however South Forsyth is a very sought after area. The schools are among the top schools in the state and it is a very desirable area to live and work in. Homes values are more stable in South Forsyth than in other parts of the metro area and even in Forsyth County. There are still plenty of deals popping up every day.

At the risk of being redundant the only market that really counts is the market on your street. So prices do vary from neighborhood to neighborhood.
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Tue Mar 24, 2009
Voices Member answered:
Takahito, Try this one and see if it helps a little.....http://www.bhgrealestate.com/Views/Look/Default.aspx

Good luck, Dunes
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Sat Oct 4, 2008
Elo answered:
Raj--don't handle serious business with just "somebody." Speak to a REPUTABLE lender, of whom there are still many to be found, for sound, professional financial advice.
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Sun Mar 25, 2012
Lisa Macy answered:
The market in Suwanee, GA is strong! It was voted #10 in the Top Places to Live according to Money Magazine. It is a great suburban town with wonderful school systems, convenient shopping/dining and only a half an hour drive to downtown Atlanta. I would love to assist you in your move - please contact me if you would like more information! ... more
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