Woodstock GA and Surrounding Areas Homes for Sale – Update by Red Hot Atlanta Homes

November 19, 2010

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October 12, 2010

Weekly Buyer Deals and Steals

Here we are again with our weekly feature– we’ve reviewed corporate-owned, lender-owned and foreclosure properties that have come on market in the last seven days in Woodstock, North Fulton and East Cobb County- here are the results:

Woodstock Homes for Sale

North Fulton Homes for Sale

East Cobb Homes for Sale

Our favorite “pick” this week is a foreclosure in Alpharetta in Windward at Ardsley Park– the home has 4 bedrooms, 3 full baths and 1 half bath with 4,304 sq ft plus an unfinished terrace level.  The home was built in 2006, is currently assessed for $891,500 and is now for sale at $434,000.

Remember, as always, that these “deals” aren’t always what they seem– sometimes banks and corporations list their homes at or near market value regardless of their condition, so you always want to make sure you know what other homes have sold for in the neighborhood/area and how the neighborhood/area is trending in value.

October 5, 2010

Weekly Buyer Deals and Steals

Filed under: Deals and Steals, North Atlanta — Tags: , — Kathy and Ben @ 2:32 pm

Time for another edition of our weekly feature– we’ve once again reviewed corporate-owned, lender-owned and foreclosure properties that have come on market in the week in Woodstock, North Fulton and East Cobb County- here are the results:

Woodstock Homes for Sale

North Fulton Homes for Sale

East Cobb Homes for Sale

Our favorite “pick” this week is a foreclosure in Roswell GA at Estates at Riverbirch Glen- the home has nearly 6000 sq ft plus an unfinished basement and has 6 bedrooms, 4 full baths and one half bath.  The home originally sold for $825,000 in 2003 and is now for sale at $539,800.

Remember, as always, that these “deals” aren’t always what they seem– sometimes banks and corporations list their homes at or near market value regardless of their condition, so you always want to make sure you know what other homes have sold for in the neighborhood/area and how the neighborhood/area is trending in value.

September 29, 2010

Wednesday Weekly Buyer Specials

Time for another edition of our weekly feature– we’ve once again reviewed corporate-owned, lender-owned and foreclosure properties that have come on market in the last seven days in Woodstock, North Fulton and East Cobb County- here are the results:

Woodstock Homes for Sale

North Fulton Homes for Sale

East Cobb Homes for Sale

Our favorite “pick” this week is a foreclosure in Highland Pointe, a Marietta neighborhood located in East Cobb.  The home has 4 bedrooms on the main levels, 4 full baths and 1 half bath on a finished basement plus a 3 car garage.  With spectacular views off Sweat Mountain, the home is assessed for almost half a million and is listed for $369,900.

Remember, as always, that these “deals” aren’t always what they seem– sometimes banks and corporations list their homes at or near market value regardless of their condition, so you always want to make sure you know what other homes have sold for in the neighborhood/area and how the neighborhood/area is trending in value.



September 8, 2010

Wednesday Weekly Buyer Specials

Time again for our weekly review of corporate-owned, lender-owned and foreclosure properties that have come on market in the last seven days in Woodstock, North Fulton and East Cobb County- here are the results:

Woodstock Homes for Sale

North Fulton Homes for Sale

East Cobb Homes for Sale

Our favorite “pick” this week is a foreclosure in Milton (Alpharetta) on Freemanville Road- the 4,425 sq ft home sits on 1.69 acres and has 5 bedrooms, 4 full baths and a half bath plus finished basement.  The home originally sold for $700,000 in 2007 and is now for sale at $485,000.

Remember, as always, that these “deals” aren’t always what they seem– sometimes banks and corporations list their homes at or near market value regardless of their condition, so you always want to make sure you know what other homes have sold for in the neighborhood/area and how the neighborhood/area is trending in value.

September 1, 2010

Wednesday Weekly Buyer Specials

Time for our weekly feature– we’ve once again reviewed corporate-owned, lender-owned and foreclosure properties that have come on market in the last seven days in Woodstock, North Fulton and East Cobb County- here are the results:

Woodstock Homes for Sale

North Fulton Homes for Sale

East Cobb Homes for Sale

Our favorite “pick” this week is a foreclosure in Woodstock in Cornerstone Park– this Homes by Brumby built home originally sold for $275,000 in 2007 and is now for sale at $239,900.

Remember, as always, that these “deals” aren’t always what they seem– sometimes banks and corporations list their homes at or near market value regardless of their condition, so you always want to make sure you know what other homes have sold for in the neighborhood/area and how the neighborhood/area is trending in value.

August 30, 2010

Hopeful News for Westside Pkwy completion in Alpharetta GA

Finally, there’s promising news for the completion of Westside Pkwy from Old Milton north to Windward Pkwy.  According to Neighbor Newspapers, Wells Fargo recently purchased the property known as Prospect Park from auction in liquidation from bankruptcy proceedings.  The incomplete portion of Westside Pkwy is on the Prospect Park land.   You may know this as you pass on Old Milton Pkwy from GA 400 into downtown Alpharetta and look right and go “What the …?”

The original developer had agreed to build the parkway as part of their development plan approved by Alpharetta but fell into bankruptcy with the recent recession.  The developer, Thomas Enterprises,  had grand plans for upscale shopping, numerous restaurants, an AMC Theatre, a luxury hotel and high-end townhomes projected to start at 1.5M (really???).  However, these plans fell woefully short with the economic downturn, so what you see now is a partially finished parking deck and a rough gravel road which will eventually (hopefully) become the parkway and help relieve some of the traffic on GA 400.

According to Alpharetta city officials, representatives of Wells Fargo recently met with the city’s attorney and staff to begin to learn about the history and background of the proposed development and the city’s concerns.  Alpharetta officials are pushing to have the Parkway land turned over to the city in order to expedite the completion of the Parkway.  While it is unclear whether Wells Fargo will agree to comply with the city’s request, any change to the existing development plan must meet with city council approval, so I’d expect that Wells Fargo will acquiesce in order to grease the wheels for changes they may need to the project due to the current economic climate.

Our hope is that Wells Fargo will quickly develop a plan and find appropriate tenants to make this “gateway” to Alpharetta become an asset instead of an eyesore.

August 25, 2010

Wednesday Weekly Buyer Specials

Time for another edition of our weekly feature– we’ve once again reviewed corporate-owned, lender-owned and foreclosure properties that have come on market in the last seven days in Woodstock, North Fulton and East Cobb County- here are the results:

Woodstock Homes for Sale

North Fulton Homes for Sale

East Cobb Homes for Sale

Our favorite “pick” this week is a Marietta foreclosure in Lost Forrest, a beautiful East Cobb neighborhood.  The home was built in 1997 and has 5 bedrooms and 4 full baths contained in about 3400 sq ft.  Comparable homes in Lost Forrest would sell in the high 300s; this home last sold for $364,500 in 2004.

Remember, as always, that these “deals” aren’t always what they seem– sometimes banks and corporations list their homes at or near market value regardless of their condition, so you always want to make sure you know what other homes have sold for in the neighborhood/area and how the neighborhood/area is trending in value.

August 11, 2010

Wednesday Weekly Buyer Specials

Time for another edition of our weekly feature– we’ve once again reviewed corporate-owned, lender-owned and foreclosure properties that have come on market in the last seven days in Woodstock, North Fulton and East Cobb County- here are the results:

Woodstock Homes for Sale

North Fulton Homes for Sale

East Cobb Homes for Sale

Our favorite “pick” this week is a corporate-owned home (with a hopefully poorly taken photo) in Roswell at Litchfield Hundred- the home was built in 1998 and is on just over an acre of land.  It has 5 bedrooms, 4 full baths and 2 half baths plus a finished basement.  The home most recently sold for $590,000 in 2005 and is now for sale at $485,000.

Remember, as always, that these “deals” aren’t always what they seem– sometimes banks and corporations list their homes at or near market value regardless of their condition, so you always want to make sure you know what other homes have sold for in the neighborhood/area and how the neighborhood/area is trending in value.

August 4, 2010

Wednesday Weekly Buyer Specials

Filed under: Deals and Steals, North Atlanta — Tags: , — Kathy and Ben @ 1:35 pm

Time again for our weekly feature– we’ve once again reviewed corporate-owned, lender-owned and foreclosure properties that have come on market in the last seven days in Woodstock, North Fulton and East Cobb County- here are the results:

Woodstock Homes for Sale

North Fulton Homes for Sale

East Cobb Homes for Sale

Today is a first in our two months of churning out this weekly report.  This week, we don’t have a favorite “pick”.  We simply didn’t see an outstanding deal.  However, there are a few homes in this week’s list that are a fair value as priced, so if you’re looking for a home in one of these neighborhoods, you may find that could work for you.

Remember, as always, that these “deals” aren’t always what they seem– sometimes banks and corporations list their homes at or near market value regardless of their condition, so you always want to make sure you know what other homes have sold for in the neighborhood/area and how the neighborhood/area is trending in value.

As a side note, we have a precautionary story to tell you about a buyer we are currently working with.  We currently  have a buyer looking that is unfortunately not readily available to see homes during the week due to travel for work.  We’ve attempted to show our “picks” to this buyer the last two weeks only to find out in both cases that the banks were already reviewing multiple offers.  The moral of this story is this- if you are looking for the deal, you must be immediately ready, willing and able to see homes and make a quick decision to make an offer.  We’ll still find this buyer a great home, but he’s missed a couple of great opportunities thru no direct fault of his own.

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