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Did you get a postcard from us?

Posted on: June 26th, 2020 by ,

You may have received a postcard in the mail from us about your property. You may have noticed that the phone number on the postcard is different than the phone number on our website. That’s because we use different phone numbers on our mail pieces for tracking purposes. All of the numbers below belong to us and if you call them, will all route your directly to someone at our

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Arbor View Properties is Moving to a New Office!

Posted on: June 23rd, 2020 by ,

We’re excited to finally get to move into our new office in the Etowah Mill Development in Canton. Unfortunately, construction delays and the Coronavirus pandemic delayed our move a little bit, However we have finally moved in as of last week. This new Etowah mill development is super cool. We Looove the “industrial feel” of this place. The original maple factory floors with exposed nails, the 18″ thick solid brick

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Selling a House During Covid19 Coronavirus: Our Response

Posted on: April 14th, 2020 by ,

How Arbor View Home Buyers Plans to Keep You Safe. We buy houses during global pandemics. Arbor View Properties is still allowing sellers to sell their house fast, even during a coronavirus. We’re just being extra careful. All of us on the Arbor View team hope that you and your family are staying safe during this uncertain time. As we continue to monitor the news and follow CDC recommendations, we

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When is the Best Time to Sell My House?

Posted on: January 2nd, 2020 by ,

Buying a house often seems like a long-term investment, but there are many reasons that you might decide to sell. Sometimes, it just feels like it’s time for an upgrade. Your family grows, and you want more space, so you might decide to sell and buy a bigger house. The opposite can also be true; sometimes, you buy a house that feels too big, and you may want to find

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Do Senior Citizens Have to Pay Taxes When Selling Their Home in Georgia?

Posted on: September 24th, 2019 by ,

If you are a senior citizen (over age 65) about to sell off property in Georgia, you probably have some questions about the taxes you’ll have to pay: Do senior citizens have to pay taxes when selling their home? Do I still have to pay a capital gains tax?  Or perhaps you’re helping your elderly mom, dad, or friend sell a home to pay for senior care. Not only do

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Selling a Home to Pay For Senior Care

Posted on: December 27th, 2018 by ,

Selling a Home to Pay For Senior Care How to pay for Senior Care? What senior citizens and their families should know If your parent or close relative has reached a stage in their life where they have a difficult time taking care of themselves, you may be considering what to do. In many families, it is common to help an aging loved one transition into a new home where

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How to File a Dispossessory Eviction in Georgia

Posted on: December 20th, 2018 by ,

How to File a Dispossessory The Process and the Pain Points of Filing a Dispossessory in Georgia First of all, we are not attorneys and do not claim to be attorneys. We recommend that you contact an attorney well versed in Evictions to help you with Filing a Dispossessory. If you would like a referral to a good eviction attorney in Atlanta, we know a few of them. We wanted

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How to Sell a House Fast in Atlanta

Posted on: May 27th, 2017 by ,

When thinking of selling a house, most people don’t realize they can actually sell a house fast by taking some extra steps and do some real estate research.

Problems With Using Bankruptcy to Stop Foreclosure in Georgia

Posted on: May 22nd, 2017 by ,

Many homeowners feel powerless when their bank sends them a Notice of Default and might consider filing bankruptcy to stop foreclosure on their house.

Selling a House As Is

Posted on: May 17th, 2017 by ,

Some owners may be financially strapped and unable to make the major repairs required to sell in peak condition. Others consider selling a house as is to get a fast sale.