It's a competitive market, and you want your home to stand out when prospective buyers knock on your door. The more dated the features and fixtures, the harder it will be to find someone who wants to schedule a date for closing. Before you add your home to the list of Atlanta homes for sale this year, the following are some updates that are well worth the investment.
Do you have a hunger that only a juicy steak will satisfy? Our real estate agents love an evening spent with friends and family at a delicious restaurant. When we're craving steak, we head straight to one of these seven mouthwatering steakhouses in Atlanta.
Our real estate agents at Josey Young & Brady Realty can introduce you to Atlanta homes for sale of any size and description to suit your needs. Whether you're looking for a starter home or an income property, we will help you navigate our real estate market successfully.
A rental property can be an excellent way to cultivate a reliable income stream for savings or paying the bills. Many people aim to purchase Atlanta properties where the rent they collect will provide most, if not all, of the income they need to pay their mortgage.
What about when dedicating a whole home to renting isn't feasible? Buying a home that has a basement apartment or other rental suite can be a worthwhile alternative.
However, renting out a spare room has its own challenges. Some of these are amplified by having a tenant onsite with your family. It's crucial to know exactly what you're getting into!
Are you ready for another summer of fantastic festivals in Atlanta? No matter your interest, from films to healthy living, there's a local festival with your name on it. Atlanta's parks make for excellent community gathering places throughout the year and also play host to some of the city's biggest annual festivals. Our real estate agents love taking part in local events, and we've got the details on four festivals around Atlanta this summer that you definitely won't want to miss.
BronzeLens Film Festival – Atlanta Marriott Marquis, 265 Peachtree Center Ave., Atlanta | Aug. 21-25
Entering its 10th year this summer, the BronzeLens Film Festival continues to fulfill its mission of promoting the growing film industry in Atlanta, with a focus on films created by African Americans. The goal is to promote Atlanta as a movie mecca and showcase the work of a new generation of filmmakers. The festival includes film showings at multiple local venues, informative, engaging discussion panels, and masterclasses led by some of the biggest names in film. It's also a great place for aspiring local filmmakers to network and build connections in the industry.