Deals On Intown Atlanta Condos

Dated: 03/13/2015

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While most of you are wondering if it is too late to snatch up a great deal in one the highly coveted Beltline neighborhoods, Listings agents are putting properties on the market quicker than you can blink.  Inventory is moderate but if you are diligently looking, you are sure to come across one sooner than you think.  Intown properties have definitely snagged the reputation of not being on the market long but with the right agent, you could be the lucky buyer who puts in your offer.   If your agent is familiar with the area and has relationships with others in the business, she is sure to find you a deal before it hits the MLS.  eXp Realty has a few condos for sale now in the Grant Park, East Atlanta, Glenwood and Buckhead neighborhoods all of which offer the convenience an Intown buyer is looking for.  The starting price is around $133K and up and in this 2015 real estate market, these are surely deals that you can't beat for the areas.  There are more buyers right now than there are available properties so if you are in the market to buy or thinking about making a move, the time is now.    Click the link to my website to begin a search for your new home or if you aren't sure about where you would like to move, call or email me for a consultation and more information about the Intown Atlanta neighborhoods.  I can be reached directly at 678-682-1221 or [email protected]

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