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HOME BUYING ADVICE

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Buying a home is a significant and exciting decision. This section provides professional real estate advice and helpful home buying tips.

First Steps The Internet and real estate professionals are the top two resources most buyers turn to when searching for a home.1  When it’s not convenient for you to speak directly with a real estate professional, century21.com can help improve your overall home buying experience and provide the guidance to reduce stress, save time, and make you a savvy, successful consumer.
A CENTURY 21® Agent is ready to make a full-time commitment to help you capitalize on current market opportunities and assist you in making an informed decision.
To ensure you make the right choice for the long term, a CENTURY 21 Agent offers extensive knowledge in: Neighborhoods, schools and market conditionsMortgage specialists who can assist you with your financingTechnology that gives them an edge, along with multiple resources available just for you on century21.com / atlantafin…

Home Improvement Tips

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Making home improvements not only creates beautiful upgrades to your home but can also increase its overall value. Using a Home Equity Line of Credit can be the smartest way to manage the expense associated with making home improvements. The following tips from industry experts offer some of the most cost-effective and valuable enhancements you can make to your home. Tip #1
Updated homes frequently sell faster. The renovation of dark or dated kitchens is one of the most profitable home improvements you can make. Tip #2 Time to refinance your mortgage? If interest rates are lower now than when you closed on your current mortgage, you may be able to save money by refinancing. Tip #3 Updating an old bathroom is one of the most profitable home improvements you can make. Tip #4 Adding casual living areas like a den or family room is a smart home improvement. Tip #5 Thinking of updating your home with one of these home improvements and wondering how long they generally last? New chimney: 100 years …