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The 1st 30 days of Gwinnett Real Estate is BOOMING
By Rodney Camren

NOW IS THE TIME TO SELL OR BUY before spring really hits the real estate market.  Our markets in Gwinnett County are stronger than they have ever been for quite some time.   As I write this article there are almost 3,000 active homes for sale in the Gwinnett County communities.

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Atlanta Real Estate celebrates successful year
By Rodney Camren

With 2014 closed, a look back reveals we have a lot to celebrate.  The past year proved to be promising for the Atlanta real estate industry and the overall economy showing consistent traction toward recovery.  Since the beginning of 2014, the inventory crunch has eased, home prices have elevated, home sales increased, foreclosure levels continued to decline and rates remained historically low. 

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Over the year of 2014 the steady rise of home prices shows that consumer confidence is up. As I write this GasBuddy.com shows the lowest gas prices (2.59 a gallon) we have seen in years being in Lawrenceville at the Shell Station on Sugarloaf Parkway and Old Norcross Rd.   Thanksgiving just ended and Gray Thursday, Black Friday, American Express Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday are all looking like big shopping holidays.

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The fall and winter months are the best time of the year to plant trees and shrubs. They will have a greater chance of survival after being planted because the weather is cooler, allowing the roots, which are insulated from the cold by the soil, to continue to grow. This results in a strong, healthy root system.

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Home repairs & check list - tips for Fall & Winter
By Rodney Camren

Remembering to turn back the clock is not the only thing a homeowner should remember to do during the cool months of fall and the some harsh months of winter.  All too often we get in our groove of daily life and forget it’s not only our car that needs an oil change and tune up but our home needs general maintenance as well, especially when the temperature changes. 

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