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Two weeks ago we discussed what about location increases a home’s value, which included: walkability, amenities, historic charm, unique homes and schools (click HERE to read more). After sharing last week what it is about Flowery Branch that makes living in Northeast Georgia a great place to call home, this week we would like to travel a little down the road to Braselton, where history is in the making as the city celebrates it centennial all year, along with the growth of where it has been to where it is now.

The city of Braselton stretches across four counties: Hall, Barrow, Jackson and Gwinnett. This geography has created a diverse landscape for the growing city that many people are beginning to call home, as nearly 300 new homes have closed

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Last week we discussed what about location increases a home's value, which included: walkability, amenities, historic charm, unique homes and schools (click HERE to read more). From central Downtown Flowery Branch to the edge of the city's limits, home value is steadily increasing, and with redevelopment plans in the downtown area, values should only continue to increase in the area.

Downtown Flowery Branch or commonly known as “Old Town” is unique, as is its proximity to the lake is one-of-a-kind in Georgia. Lined with beautiful, historic buildings and features, Downtown Flowery Branch offers great small business shopping and eating, including acclaimed Antebellum restaurant, Liberty Candy Co., and Calliope Sweets, just to name a few. Downtown is

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Settling on a location for living can be a struggle because of the factors to consider. What about a home’s location increases its value? According to Trulia.com, the following five attributes can increase your home’s value by location alone:

  1. Walkability: While we typically drive everywhere we need to go, there is something satisfying about being able to walk a few blocks to your favorite shop or restaurant for a quick bite to eat. And while destinations may not always be in walking distance, life paths for golf carts and biking have become popular installations for communities.
  1. Amenities: Whether you are choosing to live in a subdivision with amenities maintained by an HOA, such as a pool or tennis court, or living in a downtown area
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Showcasing your house to potential buyers in the best light is key to making a favorable impression for the quickest sale possible. And while the big (and even small) renovation projects can add value to your home and make it more appealing to buyers, the details in staging can take a home from sitting on the market to sold in a matter of days. 

Bell Team member Trey Bell said, “The biggest task is to de-clutter. Everyone has ‘stuff,’ so it’s important to organize it, get rid of it, or throw away anything you no longer need. Clean rooms and basements make a house feel much larger.” 

Consider removing excess furniture pieces to open up narrow walkways or overcrowded rooms to make your space feel as large as it is. Also, pare down master closets to

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