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Oh yeah... you know Northeast Georgia is BOOMING! We love helping match builders with awesome folks looking for the perfect home. This blog is dedicated to new construction in Northeast Georgia in and around:

  • Jefferson
  • Gainesville
  • Hoschton
  • Athens
  • Winder
  • Braselton
  • Flowery Branch
  • Buford
  • and more

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New Hall County Resident Guide

New to Hall County? We're so glad you've moved in. Even if you haven't moved just yet, you'll find this resource guide super helpful. We're going to cover all the essential information you need to know to help make your move to Hall County as seamless as possible.

Vehicle Registration

We'll start here because there's a process for you whether you're an in or out of state resident. If you've moved to Hall County from another Georgia location, just update your address with the Tax Commissioner's Office.

However, if you're from out of state, you do need to purchase a Georgia tag within 30 days of establishing residency. You can do this at the Hall County Government Center at 2875 Browns Bridge Rd, Gainesville, GA 30504, and you can call in

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Millennial Home Buying Habits

Millennials tend to be a big topic of conversation in every industry because they're the upcoming movers and shakers of the world... and that includes moving and shaking up the real estate industry. There are conclusions flying around out there about Millennials though claiming they have certain home buying habits. So, Millennials, we want to hear from you. What home buying trends match your style?

Let's start with a basic question. Do you want to own a home? Some of the media is fraught with news that Millennials don't want to become homeowners. But, according to research done by the National Association of Realtors' that's not so. In fact, 9 out of 10 people want to buy a home sometime in the future.

What about your home buying process?

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Active Community Boom in Braselton Georgia

Earlier this year another new adult community was approved to begin development here in Braselton, GA. Currently already home to Del Webb Chateau Elan and The Village at Deaton Creek by Del Webb, we'll soon be welcoming Friendship Village too. This new community is slated to be an age-restricted, amenity-filled adult living community with a plan that includes over 350 residential units. 

Come home to Friendship Village either to one of the 177 detached single-family homes, 50 assisted living apartments, 30 memory care apartments, or even the 120 independent living apartments. Shopping on site is included in the project with a 38,000 square foot retail center, and Friendship Village may be completed by May of 2021. Ring The Bell Team to be one of

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Smart phones to smart homes, technology keeps on keepin' on... even in real estate. Did you know that you can use mobile apps to help ease the home buying process too? They can be great time savers and with the right ones, you can have access to real-time real estate information at your fingertips.

KW mobile app

No matter the location, the Keller Williams Real Estate app will help you search for your next home. See what's for sale in specific neighborhoods, or find open houses nearby. Finding the home of your dreams is as easy as drawing a circle on a map. This app is an easy-to-use GPS-powered platform that puts all local properties on the market (not just KW listings) literally in the palm of your hand.

Want to fast track reaching your Bell Team agent? Let

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If you've been thinking about hooking up your house with some smart technology, you could be a Millennial. Or maybe you've just got the insight that Millennials are willing to pay more for a smart house? But, they're not the only ones interested in smart technology. Baby Boomers will also pay more for a smart home. 

So what's involved to "smarten" up your house?

It's not just sticking a programmable thermostat on the wall and voila you're done. Beyond the thermostat, buyers who want smart technology in their new homes really want it decked out. We're talking a smart watering system, smart doors and locks, programmable lights, security systems, smart air filtration vents, smart smoke and carbon monoxide detectors, smart refrigerators, and more.

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While you may think you know where you need to begin before buying or selling your house, you might be surprised to learn what real estate experts know to be true in the residential marketplace.

1. "Zestimates" are often not accurate

In fact, if you're one of the millions of people across the country that turn to Zillow for real estate knowledge you may not even realize how off "Zestimates" can be. Since their home valuation algorithm is based on public and user-submitted data, there are times when the results are so far off it's comical. For example, The Seattle Times recently reported that a property in the state of Washington was overvalued by 700%!

While the likelihood of your home falling prey to a severe miscalculation in value is small,

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If you're thinking about purchasing a home this Spring or Summer, you may want to keep an eye on mortgage rates. Since March, they've been creeping back up.

Starter home; new home purchase

While the Federal Reserve's benchmark rate doesn't set mortgage rates, its decisions do influence them. That's important to note; especially since they increased the rate to 1.75% about 6 weeks ago (which is the highest in about a decade).

Don't let this scare you if you haven't looked into your mortgage financing options yet. You still have time, but time is of the essence. It's important to keep in mind that not knowing your financing options means you can lose the opportunity to buy the home you want to other buyers. This is especially the case right now with lower inventory on the home

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Purchasing a new home isn't as simple as clicking a button and voi la you can pack up and move in. Moreover, it's a considerably more involved process with the market as hot as it is right now. We thought you might like some tips to help you make the best home buying decision you can for your needs and circumstances.

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What You Need to Think About Before Starting the Process

Let's talk success! Not having a plan is planning for failure, so we're here to help you plan for home buying success. It's important to know what you and/or your family need. One timesaving tip is to make a list of your needs and wants and rank them.

Connect With a Premier Agent

Working with real estate agents isn't the same experience across the board by far. The right

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How to Get Yourself Ready to Buy Your First Home

Congratulations! You've been thinking about purchasing your first home and you've probably covered what type of home, how many bedrooms and baths, neighborhoods, amenities, even schools. But, have you thought about how much house you can afford?

Step 1: There is a little rule of thumb in the real estate world along with some other factors you need to know and keep in mind when looking at the financial aspect of buying your first home. Let's start here, we suggest that you find a house costing no more than about 2.5 times your gross annual salary (combined if you're double income household). You also need to consider your debt-to-income ratio. This should be under 43% of your monthly income. Your

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We hope you enjoyed our presentation of Hall County in our last Fun Facts blog post. Here's a ton of neat info. about living and working in Jackson County, GA. Let's go through some stats first, and then we'll finish up with a few awesome places to go to enjoy all the wonders of nature.

  • Cost of living is one of the most important factors when deciding where to live. Right now, Jackson County's cost of living is 2.40% lower than the US average. In this current seller's market, buying a home where overall living is actually affordable is huge.
  • In fact, the median cost of a home in Jackson County at this time is about $231,000. Keep in mind too, that home appreciation over the last 10 years has been 10.82%. This certainly speaks to the affordability
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