Atlanta REO
  • Buyer’s Guide

    Buying a Home with Marc

    The Atlanta market is a dynamic, ever-changing inventory. Well priced properties in desirable areas can sell within hours or days of first appearance in the MLS. It is crucial in your property search to have a full-time agent monitoring current availabilities so you are at the head of the buying pack.

    We offer the following services to our customers who are looking to buy… View current listings.

    Considering Moving to Atlanta?

    With 30 years of experience in the Real Estate industry, and as a lifelong resident of Atlanta, I have a holistic understanding of our great city and it’s real estate offerings. Based on schools, commute, crime, pricing, and other factors, we can help you get situated in an ideal situation. Click here to learn more.

    Buying a Property

    It is commonly assumed that any foreclosure must be a good buy and a possibility for easy money. This simply isn’t true. You have to be cautious about buying a repossession if your intent is to make money. Even though the bank is typically anxious to sell it promptly, they are also motivated to minimize any losses.

    When contemplating how much to pay for a property, Marc will carefully analyze comparable sales in the neighborhood and be sure to take into account the time and cost of any repairs or remodeling needed to prepare the house for resale. The bargains with money making potential exist, and many people do very well buying foreclosures. However, there are also many REOs that are not good buys and not likely to turn a profit. Frequently Asked Questions.

    Rent vs Buy

    Making the decision to become a homeowner is not something to be taken lightly. If you are on the fence about buying versus renting, compare rental and home-buying expenses using this chart. Click here to view the Rent vs. Buy Comparison Chart.

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