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June 28, 2013 | Carol Morgan | Comments 0

Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio: Carter Bell Properties and Georgia State Parks

Carter Bell PropertiesCarter Bell with Carter Bell Properties is this week’s guest on the award-winning Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio show. Carter shares her insight into today’s market, and her interview is followed by a discussion with Kim Hatcher of Georgia State Parks and Historical Sites.

Carter Bell is a broker with Carter Bell Properties. As an Atlanta native and daughter of a developer, she has turned her love of the area and for real estate into a successful career.

Carter Bell Properties is a small opportunity that is currently selling beautiful properties in Buckhead, Sandy Springs, Vinings and Brookhaven. Carter’s advice for today’s seller is that you need to price your home for today’s market, complete any necessary repairs to make it move-in ready and stage it so that it is ready to show for potential buyers. For today’s buyer, she says that you need to think through how you want to live. If an older home in a smaller community with a shorter commute appeals to you, consider buying in town; if a larger, newer home with a longer commute sounds ideal, the suburbs may be where you need to settle down. Also as important as ever is making sure you have an agent whom you can trust and who will guide you through the process.

For more on the trends Carter is seeing in the current market and in Atlanta new homes, listen to the full podcast. To learn more about Carter Bell Properties, visit their website.

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This week’s Deal of the Day is from Traton Homes who is offering an appliance package including a free refrigerator, washer and dryer valued up to $5,000 in addition to $2,500 in closing costs to the first three buyers of their townhomes at Village Walk in Smyrna. Priced from the mid $200,000s, these three-story townhomes come with three bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms and high-quality features inside and out. To learn more about this community, visit www.TratonHomes.com or call 678-873-9263.
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Georgia State ParksOur next guest is Kim Hatcher who is the public affairs coordinator with Georgia State Parks and Historical Sites. She is also an Atlanta native with a passion for everything outdoors.

Georgia is home to more than 60 state parks and historical sites. Some of the most popular of these include Sweetwater Creek State Park, which offers trails, fishing and more in Lithia Springs; Redtop Mountain State Park on Lake Allatoona, which is perfect for swimming, boating and fishing and the natural granite mountain at Panola Mountain State Park in Stockbridge. With Independence Day just around the corner, residents looking for something to do will find plenty of events at local state parks including old fashioned games such as watermelon seed spitting and educational programs on colonial history.

For more on everything Georgia States Parks and Historical Sites has to offer, listen to the full podcast. To see their full calendar of events or find the park closest to your home, visit their website.

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