Tag: market

20
Nov

Thinking about buying a new home? When does your crystal ball tell you is the best time to buy? Does it tell you to wait to buy a new home in the spring? Wait until summer? How about fall or winter? Does it say a year from now is when the market will be right

26
Oct

At The Peters Company, we have always enjoyed a bit of a bump in interest and activity in the month of October. It’s almost like clockwork now, and we expect it. At the first hint of sweater weather, we see people bundling up and hitting the market. It’s a welcomed change after an August and

24
Aug

Every quarter Lesley and I pour through our latest real estate statistics and present our aha’s to our family of Atlanta real estate offices. It really is one of my favorite meetings each and every quarter because I get to geek out on all that’s going on statistically while making sure that we communicate the

28
Jul

We just returned from a vacation to Andy’s favorite beach – Hilton Head Island, SC! While I dream of a home on the gulf, no matter where we vacation I am always interested in the real estate market of our destination. I literally can’t escape real estate – must mean I made the right career

28
Jun

Another busy real estate month is in the books, and The Peters Company finished with the best month of performance in our history, helping 27 families transition to their next home. Thank you for trusting us to help you! So with this being a record breaking month, let’s dive into what that looked like on

26
Apr

We really are fortunate in the Metro Atlanta area. We have a desirable growing city creating new jobs and opportunities. We have a great climate with four unique seasons. And, we have a historically undervalued real estate environment compared to many metropolitan areas. If you could bet on Atlanta, you’d have to consider it right

24
Mar

  Those of you in the market will be pleased to know that rates have fallen again thanks to the government’s commitment to purchase bad mortgage debt.  The most recent quote I received was 4.5% on a new home loan purchase.  4.5%!!!  The FHA rate is slightly higher, but still under 5%.  The nice thing on

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