You’ve heard it: If you’re selling your house, you’ve got to list it in the spring…or maybe summer. But whatever you do, don’t list it in the fall or winter! It’s true, statistically, that more homes do sell in the
So you’ve decided to put your Dahlonega home on the market, and you’ve chosen the best REALTOR in town to handle your listing. You have great confidence in her, so now you can just sit back and let her work
If you’re thinking about buying a home in Dahlonega, you have a lot of choices to think about to make sure the home you settle in to is just the right place for you. Like: City or rural area, subdivision
Everybody seems to be buying fixer-uppers these days—or at least you’d think so if you watch much TV. Couples, business partners, old college buddies, and single-handed weekend warriors are taking on “reno” projects like there’s no tomorrow. So, is buying
No. 5: Dream about a home in Dahlonega—Then Get Real Imagine the perfect house you’d love to live in when you buy a home in Dahlonega. What will it look like from the street as you pull into the driveway?
Have you ever loved a vacation spot so much that you wish you could live there forever? Or yearned to have a heart-shaped jetted tub right in the bedroom like the one at that romantic lodge? Well, you’re not alone.
The best real estate agents and brokers have an edge on all the rest: We listen and understand what really motivates our clients to buy homes where they do. Take retirees, for example. There are a variety of reasons they
Paddle or not, it’s easy to find yourself up a creek in Dahlonega. Or a river. Or lake. Canoeists and kayakers of all experience levels can enjoy paddling around Dahlonega, whose waters provide recreational pleasures ranging from relaxing flat water
There’s something about a community theatre that just makes a small town. And Dahlonega’s historic Holly Theatre doesn’t disappoint. Just a stroll down the sidewalk from the vibrant Public Square, this post World War II-era gem has woven its way
Hmmm. Will it be the traditional, sweet and fruity Walasiyi White? Or maybe the burly, robust Fat Boy Red? Wonder which pairs best with juicy smoked barbecue? Or with jazz, bluegrass and Americana music? Thousands of wine enthusiasts will find