December 24, 2013 | SEREInvestments | Comments 0

Attractive Land Options Available Now for Investors at

Quality Land in the SouthEastIf you are looking for the perfect spot to build your next home or are an investor seeking new areas to expand, our Lots & Land section at has some great options just in time for you to make an investment for the holidays.

Consider some of the options like:

  • White Horse Creek in Hall County has seven single family lots available in a swim and tennis community. Each is zoned for a 2,000 square foot minimum home and all utilities are available. Whether you are building for yourself or as an investment, you will have plenty of neighbors as homes here are being bought up quickly. It’s easy to see why with great amenities and easy access to I-985, Lake Lanier and downtown Flowery Branch. For more information, contact Norton Agency professionals Stephen Lovett at 770-297-4807 or Gina Johnson at 404-512-0832.
  • Welchel Valley in Lumpkin County has large homesites available in an area renowned for its relaxed, old time fun in the north Georgia mountains. The community has amazing views, a lake for fishing, a gazebo for enjoying Georgia summers and more. The location is only one mile from GA-400 and just five miles north of the outlet mall in Dahlonega, Georgia. For more information, contact Janet Kitchens or Trace Ergle of Lakeside Realty at 770-886-0898.

We will be putting the flyers for these land opportunities up on our Facebook page, too, so you can see the full information on each opportunity there – and don’t forget, there are plenty more great land investments available on the Lots & Land section of our new website at!

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