Relocation, automatically, infers that you are moving from one city to another. For Atlanta, relocation means moving from neighborhood to another, and that change can be almost as large as making a home in another state. For you see one of the beautiful things about Atlanta is its neighborhood diversity, that is accentuated by our “renowned’ traffic. Consequently, people tend to stay where they are for most of their work and play activities. The move to this current lifestyle started approximately 20 years ago when people realized that having a house in the northern suburbs while working inside detracted from their quality of life. Thus, when you move from part of Atlanta to another, you are leaving, presumably, the comforts of one neighborhood for the hope of an “easier” life in a new part of town, while being a virtual stranger as if you moved to another city.
Here it at the Silverman Team at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Georgia Properties, we understand the stress of both an in-town and inter-state relocation. Our expertise will enable you to get your home sold for the most amount of money possible in the shortest period of time and purchasing your new one for the lowest possible price. Simultaneously, we will help increase your feeling of “home” in the new neighborhood. Our team’s strength in diversity includes members living in different parts of town while still working face-to-face.
Relocation also includes changing your financial asset allocation, especially for investing in real estate. We know the markets and how to generate the best return on your investment.
For more information, please contact James Kobal, James.Kobal@BHHSGeorgia.com or Gary Silverman, Gary.Silverman@BHHSGeorgia.com.