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Applying for a Mortgage - JYB Realty

Are your preparing to purchase a home for the first time? Understanding what's ahead will help you navigate the process of buying for the first time, and applying for a mortgage is one of the most important steps in that process. Before you apply for a mortgage, however, it's a good idea to read what our real estate agents have to say about how to make the process as seamless as possible.

First-Time Buyers: Applying for Your First Mortgage

Let's say you've been browsing Atlanta homes for sale, and you've identified a property that fits both your taste and your budget. If you want to make a serious offer on a home that suits your goals, then applying for a mortgage is a must. Understanding what to expect is key, and will help you navigate the process with confidence.

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Sports Bars in Atlanta - Josey Young & Brady Realty

It's almost time for the biggest game of the year, and there's no better city to watch than Atlanta. Every bar, restaurant, and tavern has a unique atmosphere, so you're sure to find a Game Day destination that suits your style. Whether you're looking for great food, craft drinks, or a place to share your excitement with other passionate fans, you'll find it on our list of seven great places to watch the matchup in Atlanta. Our real estate agents have all the details on how to enjoy the big game close to home.

Game Day in the City

  1. Hudson Grille Midtown – 942 Peachtree St. NW
    No matter the event, you can count on the Hudson Grille Midtown having an excellent atmosphere for any big game. Settle in with an Impossible Burger, grab your favorite drink from the menu, then get ready to celebrate everything that makes the game special with friends and strangers alike.

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Atlanta Moving Tips - Josey Young & Brady Realty

Relocation to Atlanta has exploded in recent years, and if you're planning to do the same, there are a few things you need to keep in mind to ensure your move goes smoothly. With all the hassles involved – from the big physical stuff such as packing, down to the small things like paperwork – it's no surprise that you might forget some things.

With the following tips from our real estate agents, you'll be sure to comb through everything and ensure you don't leave any stone unturned.

  1. Changing your address
    When you move, simple things like changing your address can go unforgotten. Ensure that you contact the US Postal Service to update your address, letting them know if you are making a temporary or permanent move. It's also wise to update things like credit card and bank companies, and DMV.

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Atlanta Restaurants for Chili

Our real estate agents love to grab a bowl of hot chili for lunch here in Atlanta. Atlanta homes for sale are easy to recommend, but not many home buyers realize that a long tradition of spicy, flavorful chili is one major attraction.

When you visit or relocate to Atlanta, you'll be in the thick of some of the best chili restaurants in the nation. State and national chili competitions are held in Atlanta on a regular basis – and all the hoopla means there are plenty of world-class barbecue restaurants for you to enjoy.

Let's take a look at six of our favorite places for a bowl of chili in Atlanta.

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