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BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY HOMESERVICES GEORGIA PROPERTIES
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Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Georgia Properties is a part of HomeServices of America, the #1 real estate company in the Nation. The brand, among the few organizations entrusted to use the world-renowned Berkshire Hathaway name, brings to the Metro Atlanta real estate market a definitive mark of stability, strength, quality and innovation. Welcome to our blog, your source for real estate news and information.
“Moving Forward Together” is the next chapter in our success story. More than words, it is an anthem, an affirmation, a mission and goal for all of us. Together, unified, we tackle inevitable challenges and provide the highest quality service to our clients and customers with unsurpassed knowledge, impeccable professionalism and “we care” spirit.
As a full-service real estate brokerage with 29 offices and 1,500+ associates servicing the Metro Atlanta and surrounding areas, we offer a full suite of real estate services including residential, luxury, new homes, condo/ high-rise, commercial, corporate relocation, property management, mortgage lending, title and settlement, home warranties and insurance. Find out how our signature quality care and excellence make us a market leader.
In The News
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Georgia Properties is led by President and CEO DeAnn Golden. Find out how the company is moving to it’s new chapter of growth with new appointments & awards and what achievements we have received over the years.
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The Collective Vol. I Spring 2023
Christy Budnick, CEO, outlines the residential real estate market as it stands in 2022 for the fourth quarter. As mortgage rates climbed in October 2022 to their highest point in 20 years, those actively buying or selling a home were left to wonder how they should move forward. In a matter of months, buyers were priced out of markets they previously could have afforded, while sellers saw a drop in offers and an uptick in contingency asks. Where will the market go from here? And is this “cooling” really cause for alarm?
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