8 Ways to Get Your Home Show-Ready

You may be nervous about strangers waltzing through your house. Don’t fear! Here are eight ways to get your home show-ready! Leave your house! Don’t linger awkwardly around while people walk through the house. It will make them want to

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What’s Coming to the Battery Atlanta near Braves’ SunTrust Park?

The Battery Atlanta will be Atlanta’s preeminent lifestyle destination. Nestled outside of the Braves’ SunTrust Park, the development will house shops, restaurants, offices, residences, and even a music venue. So what will be there? While some of the spaces are

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Client Spotlight – The McVey Family

Client Spotlight on: Connor and Emma McVey Did you use Zercher Realty Partners for buying or listing? Buying Why did you buy a home? What type of house did you buy? We purchased a historic 1BR/1BA bungalow shortly after getting married.

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Cool House Factor: Suspended Garden

Take a look at this suspended garden in a cool New York City loft, as featured on Houzz. Architect Andrew Franz created this drop-down garden by punching a hole in the roof to create a suspended glass-encased garden that hangs

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Happy Birthday John!

Last week we had a birthday celebration for our fearless leader, John. I know he loved working around all those balloons in his office! 🙂


How to Pick the Best Offer

So you got yourself in a multiple offer situation! Congrats! Now how do you pick the best offer? It’s not just about the highest price; a lot of other factors go into choosing the person who will buy your house: Look at

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Five Benefits of Hiring a Buyer’s Agent

Buyer’s agents help you with the process of looking for a home, placing the offer, and negotiating a contract. Their first priority is making sure you as the buyer gets the best deal for their home. Here are five benefits of

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Cool House Factor: House With a Slide

Check this out! Owners of this condo, developed by Turett Collaborative Architects in New York City, used a steel slide to combine two identical one-bedroom apartments into a duplex two-bedroom home. So neat! To learn more about the architect’s thoughts on

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