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Doublegate homes for sale in John’s Creek GA. Find Doublegate homes for sale, houses, in a swim tennis community in John’s Creek. Doublegate homes for sale in John’s Creek, Georgia. Great location, best schools.

Doublegate homes for sale in John’s Creek Georgia. Doublegate homes for sale, houses & real estate for sale in a a sought after swim tennis community. Homes for sale in Doublegate subdivision located in John’s Creek, Georgia.

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Doublegate Subdivision homes for sale Johns Creek GAWelcome to Doublegate!  Doublegate is a planned and established John Cowart swim tennis community in John’s Creek Georgia with an active home owners association.  Fort those that are not familiar with John Cowart subdivisions, these are all stick built homes built by some of Atlanta’s finest homes builders. Doublegate is unique that it has larger mature lots, with public water and sewage, and great swim tennis recreation facilities! Double gate is easily accessible from 141 north, Pleasant Hill Road, or State Bridge Road! Doublegate subdivision is on your left just down Old Alabama and Buice Road.

Doublegate has an active homeowner’s association with swim and tennis located within the community. Nearby there are parks, churches, baseball, soccer and play fields, and both public and private golf communities.  Doublegate’s is conveniently located close to shopping, schools, and major roads via Medlock Bridge 141. There are loads of great homes for sale in the Doublegate community! If you would like to buy or sell a home in Doublegate with us, please feel free to contact us!  As experienced Johns Creek real estate agents and REALTORS®, we can help!

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1) Pillargate Drive, Alpharetta, GA 30022, Fulton Co.  
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$ 435,000
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2) Bannergate Drive, Alpharetta, GA 30022, Fulton Co.  
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3) Apsley Way, Johns Creek, GA 30022, Fulton Co.  
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4) Bannergate Dr, Alpharetta, GA 30022, Fulton Co.  
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5) Apsley Way, Alpharetta, GA 30022, Fulton Co.  
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6) Bannergate Drive, Alpharetta, GA 30022, Fulton Co.  
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7) Fernly Park Drive, Johns Creek, GA 30022, Fulton Co.  
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The Doublegate subdivision is also convenient to many other great North Atlanta communities such as: Crabapple, Dunwoody, Windward, Cumming, Milton, Roswell, Johns Creek, Woodstock, Acworth,  Dunwoody, Peachtree Corners, North Fulton county, Cherokee, and Forsyth counties.

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Atlanta GA Selling a Home is A Process

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Atlanta GA Selling a Home is A Process | Home Seller Tips

Atlanta GA Selling a Home is a Process that needs preparation, planning & skill dealing with pricing, marketing, inspection negotiations & a marketing plan.
 

Atlanta home selling tipsSelling a home in Atlanta GA is a process, and it’s not just about the commission the Atlanta listing agent charges.  It is about getting desired results Getting Your Home SOLD!  For a home owner and seller it is about getting the best possible price, and selling the home in the shortest amount of time.  The seller needs to understand that there is more to selling a home than just a sign in the ground on the front lawn and their home being placed in the MLS listings.  It is really about correctly marketing your home to the largest possible pool of s buyers, market knowledge, and the ability to a good negotiator!  The sad thing is that most Atlanta GA real estate agents only sell 1 home a year if they are lucky – so how can they help you?  

6 Basic Steps in the Home Selling Process:

  1. Analysis of Your Needs and home is where it all begins.  Why are you selling, and what is your home really worth in the condition it is in given your immediate current local Atlanta real estate market – estimate a realistic sales price and a marketing price for your home or real estate property.
  2. Marketing Plan – Create a strategic marketing plan that is specific to your home or property.  Determine how the home will be best marketed.  Also determine what updates are needed to sell the home.  This includes upgrades, maintenance, paint, curb appeal, landscaping, home staging, and cleaning or installing carpeting or flooring as needed.
  3. Preparation – Carry out the marketing plan by getting the work done before listing your home or real estate for sale.
  4. Marketing and Implementation – Place home on market priced as suggested, and implement all marketing as scheduled.  Fine tune plan as needed to adjust for changes in the market condition.
  5. Negotiations – when you get a prospective buyer it is important to have the ability to get them interested in moving forward with the purchasing the home, and then making sure they stay interested.  It helps at this point to have a lot of experience otherwise you will lose several offers and end up selling home for much less.
  6. Closing the Deal – Closing a home is the final part of a deal where everything should come together as planed, however in this market you need the experience to keep things on track.  Appraisals and last minute glitches must be dealt with – this is not a time to play chicken and bluffing others when you do not know what you are doing.

In other words selling a home in Atlanta or anywhere involves working with someone that is very experienced in real estate and have a time proven track record of selling their listing properties. Fore more information about selling a home in Atlanta GA, please feel free to contact us!  It will be our pleasure to assist you as your Atlanta GA listing agents.

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Atlanta Realtors

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Atlanta REALTORS® – Jim & Ellen Crawford Atlanta Real Estate Agents

Atlanta REALTORS® Jim & Ellen Crawford are full time Atlanta REALTORS® & real estate agents serving Atlanta real estate home buyers & home sellers since 1993.

Atlanta REALTORS® Jim and Ellen Crawford

Atlanta REALTORS Jim and Ellen CrawfordJim and Ellen Crawford are members of the Georgia Association of REALTORS® (GAR), members of the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR), the Atlanta Board of REALTORS® (ABR), real estate agents, buyer agents, listing agents and broker associates serving North Atlanta real estate market for buyers, sellers, and persons relocating to and from the Atlanta area since 1993 and serve all of North Atlanta Metro. Between us we hold REALTOR® designations as: Certified Residential Specialists (CRS), Graduate of REALTOR Institute (GRI), Accredited Buyer Representatives, and E-Pro.

When is a real estate agent a REALTOR®?

Not all Atlanta real estate agents are Realtors.  The are only REALTORS® when they are a member of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®,  — the world’s largest professional association. The term REALTOR® is a registered collective membership mark that identifies a real estate professional who is a member of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® and subscribes to its strict Code of Ethics. The National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) was founded in 1908. Since then NAR has grown from its original nucleus of 120 to over a million members. NAR is composed of residential and commercial REALTORS®, who are brokers, salespeople, property managers, appraisers, counselors and others engaged in all aspects of the real estate industry. Members belong to one or more of some 1,700 local associations/boards and 54 state and territory associations of REALTORS®. They can join one of our many institutes, societies and councils. Additionally, NAR offers members the opportunity to be active in our appraisal and international real estate specialty sections. REALTORS® are pledged to a strict Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice. Working for America’s property owners, the National Association provides a facility for professional development, research and exchange of information among its members and to the public and government for the purpose of preserving the free enterprise system and the right to own real property.

Can an Atlanta REALTOR® agent really help me in buying and selling property? The answer is YES!

When you’re ready to think about buying or selling your property, you need to ask yourself the following questions: Do you have the time, energy, sources of information, and contacts to do the job yourself? If you were one of the ‘do-it-yourself’ people, would the results be as good or better than they would be if you had professional assistance? Would it have gone smoother? Would it have given you more personal time? Would you have purchased for less, or sold for more, if a real estate agent was involved? Read the following information and learn how a real estate agent can help you understand everything you need to know about a real estate transaction.

The Buying Process

The process of buying a home or investment generally starts with determining your buying power; that is, your financial reserves plus your borrowing capacity. If you give a real estate agent some basic information about your available savings, income and current debt, they can refer you to lenders best qualified to help you. Most lenders — banks and mortgage companies — offer limited choices.

How Do Real Estate Agents Get Paid?

Atlanta Real estate agents or brokers are generally paid through the sales commission paid by the seller when a transaction closes. Agents have expenses and financial obligations just like you, so it will be to your mutual benefit if you choose a real estate agent and stick with that person. The agent will respect your loyalty and respond with a sincere commitment to you.

Why Use A REALTOR®?

All real estate licensees are not the same. Only real estate licensees who are members of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® are properly called REALTORS®. They proudly display the REALTOR “®” logo on the business card or other marketing and sales literature. REALTORS® are committed to treat all parties to a transaction honestly. REALTORS® subscribe to a strict code of ethics and are expected to maintain a higher level of knowledge of the process of buying and selling real estate. An independent survey reports that 84% of home buyers would use the same REALTOR® again.

Using a REALTOR®

You Be the Judge!
Real Estate transactions involve one of the biggest financial investments most people experience in their lifetime. Transactions today usually exceed $100,000. If you had a $100,000 income tax problem, would you attempt to deal with it without the help of a CPA? If you had a $100,000 legal question, would you deal with it without the help of an attorney? Considering the small upside cost and the large downside risk, it would be foolish to consider a deal in real estate without the professional assistance of a REALTOR®!

“Our Experience will Move You!”

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Atlanta GRI – Graduate Realtor Institute

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Atlanta GRI | Ellen Crawford Graduate Realtor Institute GRI

Atlanta GRI – REALTOR®. Atlanta real estate agent – Realtor Ellen Crawford GRI is a Broker Associate offering professional full service residential real estate: John’s Creek, Alpharetta, Duluth, Cumming, Gwinnett, Milton, Cherokee, East Cobb, Marietta, South Forsyth, Sandy Springs, Fulton county, Roswell, Norcross or Peachtree Corners.

Atlanta GRI – Graduate Realtors Institute

Atlanta Graduate of Realtor Institute GRIHiring a real estate agent or REALTOR® in Atlanta GeorgiaIf you are employing an Atlanta real estate agent, a GRI designation is a must if you are if you are conducting any real estate business in the close in North Metro area of Atlanta, Buckhead, Alpharetta, Roswell, Decatur, Dunwoody, Duluth, Norcross, Sandy Springs, Peachtree Corners, DeKalb, Cobb, and Fulton counties!   My GRI designation is a badge of expertise and your shield of assurance.  You should look for the GRI Shield when considering your next residential transaction.  Put your trust in the best.   Get the job done right with the help of a Graduate of REALTORS® Institute.   Ellen is a Broker Associate, and is also a lifetime member of the Million Dollar Club Atlanta  Board of REALTORS®, and holds CRS, GRI and ABR designations.  Ellen is a seasoned residential real estate agent, serving: Alpharetta, Buckhead, Brookhaven, Buford, Dacula, Decatur, Sugar Hill, Suwanee, Lilburn, Lawrenceville, Lake Lanier, Sandy  Springs, Vinings, Virginia Highlands,  Roswell, Duluth, Norcross,  Dunwoody, DeKalb, Cobb, Gwinnett, and North  Fulton County. Doesn’t it make sense to call the best first?

GRI – Graduate Realtors Institute

GRI is the symbol of the Graduate REALTORS® Institute professional designation series. The designation stands for “Graduate, REALTORS® Institute.” The Institute provides an educational curriculum for REALTORS® who desire additional education in real estate beyond minimum standards required in most states for licensing. The Education Committee of the National Association of REALTORS® developed and oversees the GRI program. REALTORS® with this designation have had advanced training in areas including, but not limited to, real estate finance, ethics, agency, and sales. Only about 9% of agents nationwide have earned the GRI professional designation.

The symbol is recognized nationwide. It shows clients the holder has a solid grasp of real estate fundamentals. The program is the foundation for the National Association of Realtors (NAR) and Georgia Association of REALTORS® real estate advancement program.

  • GRI consists of three, five day programs, GRI I – Residential Real Estate,
  • GRI II – Advanced Residential Real Estate, GRI III – Specialty Real Estate.

Ellen has been also certified by the National Association of REALTORS® as a Certified Residential Specialist CRS and ABR. Remember, “Buying or Selling, Call Ellen” for professional real estate services and free referrals to other Certified Residential Specialists across the nation. Remember, “Buying or Selling, Call Ellen” for professional real estate services and free referrals to other Certified Residential Specialists across the nation, or simply click on the button below.

Ellen and Jim work as a team. We are happily married since 1979 and have two sons. We constantly strive for the highest standards. We are both Broker Associates, certified relocation specialists, and are also Accredited Buyer’s Representatives (ABR.)

What are Homes Selling For

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What are Homes Selling for in My Neighborhood? | Atlanta Real Estate

What are Homes Selling for in My Atlanta Neighborhood? Atlanta listing agents offer Atlanta home owners advice on selling a home – home prices and sales.

What are homes selling for in my neighborhood in Atlanta?  It all depends! There is more to selling a home than just looking at the listing price alone. There are many factors to consider when listing a home for sale in Atlanta. Too many people rely on what they hear on the news or read in the newspapers for real estate trends. That is misleading.  All of real estate really is local.  Atlanta is a big town and we have lots of small neighborhoods, communities, counties, cities and enclaves.  All of these can be further broken down into the number of homes for sale, school district, location of the home, access to commutes and more. 

From that point we also have to break down the community – does it have swim tennis, golf, a clubhouse etc.?   Next we have to look at the home itself.  Listing prices are important.  Is the home priced correctly? Where is it located in the community?  Does it back to a road, or under power lines? It is a level lot or is the home below street grade or above?  Does the home have good curb appeal?  Is the lawn manicured and have professional landscaping?   Now what about the condition of the home?  Does the exterior of home need new paint or neutralized colors? On the inside of the home, does the home need paint, carpet, are the appliances and light fixtures original? Are there pet odors or does a smoker live there?

Another factor is maintenance.  Was the home maintained and what is the working condition of appliances?  Are the appliances and heating and air conditioning original builder grade? What condition are they in?  Have they been replaced of upgraded recently?  When the home has no upgrades it is more apparent to the home buyers – not to the sellers – and that will effect price of the homes.

Last item to consider about recent home sales in your neighborhood is the sellers motivation when selling a home.  Why is the home seller selling the home?  Is there a job transfer, a death in the family, health issues, retirement, new children, financial troubles or does the home seller have needs of a bigger or smaller home?  Those items can all have a major impact on what price the seller sells their home at.

So now you can see – there is more to selling a home than asking “What are homes selling for in my neighborhood?”  The answer to that question takes a lot of research from experienced Atlanta listing agents like ourselves.  For more information about what your home is worth, home values, or a free CMA, contact us. If you are planning in selling a home in Atlanta you will need Atlanta’s best listing agents. We are Atlanta real estate agents and Realtors – selling homes in Atlanta since 1993.

Atlanta Neighborhood Home Values are Based On:

  • Local Real Estate Trends and Statistics
  • Recent Home Sales of Similar Homes
  • Home Construction
  • Desirability of Community
  • School Ratings
  • Subdivision Appeal
  • Subdivision Amenities
  • Location of Home
  • Curb Appeal of Home
  • Maintenance of Home
  • Upgrades in Home
  • Price of Home
  • Motivation of Seller
  • Terms of Sale
  • Seller Concessions

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Atlanta Home Inspections

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Atlanta Home Inspections Tips and Advice | Dealing with Home Inspectors

Atlanta listing agents offer home seller tips for preparing  for home inspections when selling a home in Atlanta. Atlanta home sellers – dealing with home inspections, prepare your home to sell in Atlanta.

Atlanta home inspections – Jim and Ellen are experienced Atlanta listing agents that offer their Atlanta home seller tips for those homeowners in the Atlanta metro area that are planning on selling a home. These tips deal with Atlanta home inspections, preparing your home to sell, and what homes are selling for in my neighborhood. In this site you’ll find home seller tips for Atlanta homes for sale, selling a home, selling your house, seller negations, strategies when selling a home, dealing with a home inspection – preparing to sell a home. Our Atlanta real estate service areas are: Alpharetta, Crabapple, Roswell, Duluth, Dunwoody, Virginia Highlands, Buckhead, Sandy Springs, Brookhaven, Decatur, Gwinnett, Lilburn, Lawrenceville, Snellville, Morningside, Lenox, Vinings, Smyrna, East Cobb, Marietta, Acworth, Cumming GA, Forsyth county, Sugarloaf, Sugar Hill, Buford, Winder, Cherokee County, Club of the South,  and much more!

Home inspectors are hired by the home buyer, or in increasing numbers by the home seller to be a impartial third party, and another set of trained eyes in the real estate transaction. Home inspectors are trained professionals, that can identify deficiencies in the home, its’ structure or mechanics, and electrical systems.  A home inspector should never offer to make the needed repairs to a home nor should they provide you with specific referrals for home repairs or renovations. It would be unprofessional to do so, and would probably be against the code of ethics for their affiliations with their respective inspection organizations of which they are a member.  For any necessary repairs, consumers should hire professionals with no connection to the inspector or the other party in the transaction.

Home inspectors need to know the home’s many systems and components and how they work, both independently and together. They should have a working and fluid knowledge in the systems they inspect. In addition, they need to understand why and how the system’s) fail. Consumer should expect a written report to describe the actual condition of the home at the time of the inspection and to provide an indication of the need for major repairs.

What Should We NOT Expect From a Home Inspection?

Home inspectors do not do destructive testing, nor can they see behind walls or through concrete. They do not provide detailed blueprints of the home, nor  should you expect their reports to include details of every item in the home.   The home inspector is primarily concerned with pointing out adverse conditions and/or safety-related concerns, rather than small or cosmetic items, which are considered readily apparent to the buyers.  They focus on issues that are related to health, safety, environmental, and that are structurally deficient in nature.

Also, the home buyer or seller should not expect the inspector’s report is a guarantee that the home’s components will never fail or need repair at some point in the future. Nothing is  perfect? all homes need regular maintenance and repair.

HOW TO FIND A QUALIFIED HOME INSPECTOR

Look in the yellow pages and you will see page after page of home inspectors in some areas. So how do you find a qualified home inspector?

Ask Ellen Crawford.  As a full time real estate agent with market knowledge, and experience, he can provided with the names of several accredited home inspectors.

Prepare A Home for An Inspection

The better your home inspection when selling a home… the easier the sale. It is easier to identify objections before they arise by the potential home buyers.  So what will a home inspector will be looking at when they inspect my home, and how can we prepare for it? The list below will be very helpful when preparing for a home inspection. Most of these items can be accomplished with little or no cost and they are just regular maintenance items for a home.

  1. Grading or mulch from contact with siding should be six inches.
    2. Clean dirty gutters, leaves or debris from the roof.
    3. Divert all water away from the house; i.e. downspouts, condensation drains, and diverters.
    4. Trim trees, roots and bushes back from the foundation, roof, siding and chimney.
    5. Paint all weathered exterior wood and caulk around the trim, chimney, windows and doors.
    6. Seal asphalt driveways, and concrete repair if cracking.
    7. Seal or point up masonry chimney caps. Install metal flue cap.
    8. Clean or replace HVAC filter. Clean dirty air returns and plenum.
    9. Point up any failing mortar joints in brick or block..
    10. All smoke detectors to ensure they are in safe working order.
    11. Clean chimney, fireplace or wood stove and provide buyer with a copy of the cleaning record.
    12. Seal masonry walls in the basement.
    13. Don’t do quick cheap repairs. You may raise questions that will unfairly cause great concern to buyers and inspectors.
    14. All doors and windows are in operational, including repairing or replacing any cracked windowpanes, an caulking..
    15. Ensure that all plumbing fixtures (toilet, tub, shower, and sinks) are in proper working conditions. Check for and fix any leaks. Caulk around fixtures if necessary.
    16. Install GFCI receptacles near all water sources. Test all present GFCI receptacles for proper operation.
    17. Make sure all house lights , and switches are operational.
    18. Replace any burned out light bulbs.
    19. Remove rotted wood and/or firewood from contact with the house.
    20. Ensure that proper grading is followed under a deck.
    21. Install proper vapor barrier in crawl spaces.
    22. Caulk all exterior wall penetrations, and openings.
    23. Check to ensure that the crawl space is dry and install a proper vapor barrier if necessary
    24. Check that bath vents are properly vented and in working condition.
    25. Remove paints, solvents, gas, and similar materials from crawl space, basement, attic, porch, and so forth.
    26. If windows are at or below grade, install window wells and covers.
    27. Make accessible: attic, crawl space, heating system, garage and other areas that will need to be inspected.
    28. If the house is vacant, make sure that all utilities are turned on, including water, electric, water heater, furnace, and A/C so that an inspection can be conducted.

We are experienced Atlanta listing agents, brokers associates, and full time real estate agents that can handle all your Atlanta real estate needs: relocating, homes for sale, purchase a home, selling, residential real estate and properties in Atlanta. View Atlanta homes for sale: mansions, golf homes, gated communities, swim tennis homes, homes with swimming pools,  ranch homes, traditional homes, and so much more. Search for Atlanta homes for sale, tours, home tours, see homes for sale, make appointments to see homes, Free CMAS for Atlanta Home sellers, and advice to prepare a home a property to sell. We also offer Atlanta relocation, relocating, relocation services.

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