Brookwood School District Real Estate Blog

Curb Appeal: Current Outdoor Trends for Sellers

When selling a home, owners often forget that the outside of the home is the first thing that potential buyers are going to see. An eye-catching front yard or outdoor space is likely to encourage people viewing the home in a positive manner. A “wow” factor from the star ... [read full post]
published May 19, 2017

What Every Home Owner Needs to Know About Windows

If you have been in your home for a while, chances are your windows could use some updating, be in need of repair, or even ready for replacement. As one of the most expensive costs in your home, windows can also bring in a high return on your investment, if you choose ri ... [read full post]
published May 12, 2017

Down Payment Resources Can Help Buy Your Home

If you are planning to buy your first home, one of the most daunting aspects can be acquiring a down payment. A typical mortgage loan requires a 20% down payment on the value of your loan. For many this is not only a challenge, but it may seem impossible. There are valuab ... [read full post]
published May 5, 2017

Gwinnett County Public Library Launches WiFi Hotspot Lending Program

The Gwinnett County Public Library is a valuable community resource, especially with much of our region being made up of rural communities. Through the library, we have direct access to a range of important resources; not just books. Having reliable internet connection ... [read full post]
published April 28, 2017

Gwinnett County Beer Fest Returns

Gwinnett County is known by many as Atlanta’s playground. With easy access to recreational activities throughout the County, this should come as no surprise. But there are also incredible community events to enjoyed as well, which bring together people from acro ... [read full post]
published April 21, 2017

Gwinnett County Ranks High for Healthy Living

  Where you live can affect your health. Having access to good health care plays a big part in how healthy a community is, but so to do the health habits of residents. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute have r ... [read full post]
published April 7, 2017

New Homes Now Available in Peachtree Corners

      Peachtree Corners, a planned community which has become Gwinnett County’s largest municipal city, has new homes available. At a recent ribbon cutting ceremony, as reported by the Gwinnett Daily Post, homes in Duke Reserve and Oglethorpe are ... [read full post]
published March 31, 2017

The First of 5 Food Truck Nights in Suwanee   Who doesn't love a great bite to eat from a food truck? You can get your cravings satisfied and enjoy live music and great fun on April 7th in Suwanee, from 5:30- 9:30. This is the first of 5 Food Truck Nights for the season. Get some friends together and enjoy some of the region's best food from the back of a truck.&nbs ... [read full post]
published March 24, 2017

Spring into Curb Appeal

If you are planning to sell your home soon, now is a great time to think about the curb appeal of your property. Potential buyers make instant decisions about homes they are going to view when they see listing photos and walk up to the door. Paying special attention to t ... [read full post]
published March 20, 2017

Innovative Renovation Ideas Could Add Value to Your Home

  If you are planning to sell your home, before you list your property, you may want to make some updates. There are many renovation projects, big or small, which can add value to your home, and help attract more potential buyers. But how do you know what’s h ... [read full post]
published March 13, 2017

Gwinnett County to Improve Pedestrian Access

  Gwinnett Country has recently announced plans for major improvements when it comes to Pedestrian access along Georgia roads. According to an article published in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution (AJC), the County has pulled funding from the Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax to fund a new pedestrian bridge and new sidewalks, m ... [read full post]
published March 3, 2017

Renovating the House to Make Room for a Nursery

We have a downstairs basement which was mostly used for storage and we decided to make that into a home office, guest bedroom and gym. So we spent about 6 months last year doing all kind of home renovation projects to make space for baby.  We have a downstairs basement which was mostly ... [read full post]
published October 17, 2016

What To Do If Your House is Ugly and You Want To Sell It

Is paint peeling off the walls?  Are there cracks in the ceiling?  Are little critters coming out to make new friends?  Is your basement so scary that it seems like Freddy Kruger is going to pop out?  Is your house painted neon lime green?  D ... [read full post]
published October 17, 2016

Five Secret Sources of Downpayment Money

Whether you are planning to put down a full 20 percent or pulling together the cash for a 3.5 percent down payment for an FHA loan, your down payment might be the biggest single cash expenditure you ever make. Some scrimp and save for years, while others can ready the ... [read full post]
published September 21, 2016

1862 Rosetree, Lilburn,GA Open House June 4, 2016

1862 Rosetree Dr, Lilburn, GA Get Directions Click Here OPEN HOUSE June 04, Saturday 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM Description Photos Maps & Local Schools Print Brochure My Reviews $ Click for current price 4 BEDROOMS | 3 (2 full, 1 half ) BATHROOMS | 3074 SQ ... [read full post]
published June 3, 2016

635 Singley Drive Open House

OPEN HOUSE, May 07, Saturday 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM 635 Singley Dr, Lawrenceville, GA Get Directions Click Here Description Features Photos Maps & Local Schools Walk Score ... [read full post]
published May 5, 2016

Haddonfield: New Construction with a Custom Twist

Welcome to Haddonfield, one of the newest communities to enter the mix in the ever popular Brookwood High School District.  Haddonfield is a new community with a custom twist. The homes come with plenty of standard features.  However, each home can be customized for ... [read full post]
published March 30, 2016

Brookwood High School Homes for Sale

The real estate market in the Brookwood High School district continues to remain strong. Homes for sale in Brookwood have been appreciating quickly and the days on the market has been going down. As a resident in that district, here are some of the things I love about my ... [read full post]
published March 13, 2016

Kensington: A Brookwood High School Gem

Today we are going to speak about a beautiful subdivision in the Brookwoood High School District. Kensington has 136 well kept homes. The average home is around 3000 plus square feet. There is a mixture of full basement homes, homes with a drive under garage, homes on a s ... [read full post]
published February 19, 2016
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