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January 29, 2013 | Orchards Group | Comments 0

Resale Opportunities Don’t Disappoint Active Adult Buyers

The Orchards GroupWhen looking to move to an active adult community, many buyers think they have to buy new. However, that isn’t always the case, as there is plenty of value in purchasing resale properties at already existing communities.

We have a variety of resale properties available at all 10 of our completed communities. Buyers who are interested in purchasing one can meet with our resale specialist, Geri Beckman, who has been with the company since 2004 and specializes in senior housing.

Geri says that as the Atlanta real estate market has improved, she has seen a continued increase in interest for our resale properties. This is because buyers are finally able to sell their old homes for a good price and move into the active adult home they have always dreamed of.

So, why buy resale instead of new? By moving into an already existing community, buyers can rest assured that they will benefit from having an already active group of residents that host a variety of clubs and activities throughout the year. Plus, our homes maintain their excellent value, have great square footage and are maintenance-free.

The other benefit to buying one of our resale properties is that they are all in excellent locations including Roswell, Crabapple, Alpharetta, Johns Creek, Dunwoody and Duluth. Residents will be able to live close to their family, shops, restaurants, doctor’s offices and more.

Our resale homes don’t stay on the market for very long when they do pop up, so if you are interested in purchasing a beautiful resale active adult home in the best locations, call Geri today at 404-290-2330.

For more information, please visit www.OrchardsGroup.com.

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