Sharpsburg, GA Real Estate News

By inboundREM Market Updates
(InboundREM)
Neighborhood InformationSharpsburg is the most residential town in the eastern part of Coweta County, Georgia. This town sits directly east of the county of Newnan. Sharpsburg offers lovely residential neighborhoods and subdivisions with commercial space centered along various notable highways passing through the area. The excellent home options, top-ranked schools, and well-maintained amenities in the community all sum up to make this neighborhood one of the best residential real estate markets within Coweta County. Professionals working in Newnan, Peachtree, or Atlanta looking for a move-in ready home in the suburbs will love this fantastic family-friendly community.If you wish to be a part of this three hundred plus community, please do not hesitate to contact our team, and we’ll lov...
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By Richard Weisser, Richard Weisser Retired Real Estate Professional
(Richard Weisser Realty)
In the interests of full disclosure, I must admit that I am NOT politically connected. In the past week, I have learned that winning a campaign is not necessarily about your strength of character or your personal convictions. Since I have qualified as a candidate for GA House District 71 I have received countless calls from campaign consultants offering me advice and their services. After several in depth conversations with these very knowledgeable and skilled promoters, I have come to realize that there is a lot more to winning an election that just being the right person for the job. It takes MONEY to win an election. Nothing illegal, unethical, or immoral about that. But there can be questions about where any candidate gets the money. This has been an eye-opening experience. But I wi...
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Property in Coweta County - December 2012 from http://www.homessharpsburg.com There are currently 761 active homes for sale in Coweta County. The average listing price for Homes in Coweta County during the month of December is $279,305. The median list price in December for single family residential and condo/town home properties in Coweta County is $199,900. The typical home for sale during the month of December in Coweta County is a 3.80 bedroom, 2.59 bath home built in 1999. To break down pricing further we can look at price by bedrooms in Coweta County. During the month of December a 3 bedroom homes average for sale price is $193,105 while a 4 bedroom homes average for sale price is $290,577. The 5 bedroom homes are listing for an average of $398,237. All market data and statistics ...
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By Mega Agent Websites
(Mega Agent Websites)
Homes in Coweta County - November 2012 from http://www.homessharpsburg.com There are currently 768 active homes for sale in Coweta County. The average listing price for Real Estate in Coweta County during the month of November is $281,588. The median list price in November for single family residential and condo/town home properties in Coweta County is $212,900. The typical home for sale during the month of November in Coweta County is a 3.84 bedroom, 2.62 bath home built in 2000. To break down pricing further we can look at price by bedrooms in Coweta County. During the month of November a 3 bedroom homes average for sale price is $185,174 while a 4 bedroom homes average for sale price is $292,567. The 5 bedroom homes are listing for an average of $388,174. All market data and statisti...
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Homes in Coweta County - October 2012 from http://www.homessharpsburg.com There are currently 808 active homes for sale in Coweta County. The average listing price for Real Estate in Coweta County during the month of October is $278,667. The median list price in October for single family residential and condo/town home properties in Coweta County is $210,000. The typical home for sale during the month of October in Coweta County is a 3.83 bedroom, 2.61 bath home built in 2000. To break down pricing further we can look at price by bedrooms in Coweta County. During the month of October a 3 bedroom homes average for sale price is $186,287 while a 4 bedroom homes average for sale price is $286,308. The 5 bedroom homes are listing for an average of $396,004. All market data and statistics ar...
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By Mega Agent Websites
(Mega Agent Websites)
Mary Ann Dossett-Shelton, a full service real estate specialist out of the Sharpsburg GA area announced the launch of their advanced website http://www.homessharpsburg.com. This Coweta County specific website was custom built on behalf of Mary Ann Dossett-Shelton to help residents search property for sale in Coweta County. Using this new website homessharpsburg.com, Mary Ann Dossett-Shelton will bring easy search functionality to local consumers searching homes for sale in Coweta County. homessharpsburg.com is a direct website for the Coweta County property area. homessharpsburg.com will provide immediate search functionality for Coweta County Foreclosures, Coweta County New Homes and Coweta County property. For the most amazing Coweta County homes Search you need homessharpsburg.com. F...
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By Advantage Home Tours
(Advantage Home Tours)
9 Warrior Way - Tom Barron 404-936-7422. FABULOUS TRADITIONAL HOME WITH LOADS OF UPGRADES! 5 BEDROOMS 3.5 BATHS. MASTER ON MAIN LEVEL WITH SITTING AREA, HIS AND HERS WALK-IN CLOSETS, VAULTED FAMILY ROOM WITH BRICK FIREPLACE, FORMAL DINING ROOM WITH PICTURE MOLDING, GOURMET KITCHEN WITH STAINLESS STEEL APPLIANCES, GRANITE, CUSTOM COUNTERTOPS, KEEPING ROOM WITH BUILT-INS, REAL HARDWOOD FLOORS. For complete view of property tour: http://www.advantagehometours.com/tabid/2118.aspx
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By Advantage Home Tours
(Advantage Home Tours)
Contact Lisa Byer # 678-588-6791. This home has great curb appeal with its circular driveway and lovely landscaping. Inside you will find spacious rooms with vaulted ceilings or high ceilings. Light floods into the sunroom and breakfast area. Large kitchen with solid surface counters, an island and top of the line appliances. Kitchen also has a lot of cabinets for storage and a large pantry. Off the kitchen is a laundry room with storage and folding table.  The master bedroom has a large bath with corner garden tub, two separate vanities each with a sink, supersized shower and walk-in closet. The living room and dining room have cherry hardwood floors. In the backyard you will love the patio for entertaining, English garden walkways and a large outbuilding with electric. To see complete...
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By Richard Weisser, Richard Weisser Retired Real Estate Professional
(Richard Weisser Realty)
The Bedford Forrest Subdivision in Sharpsburg, Coweta County Georgia is favored by many home buyers as one of those select few areas that offers the best combination features and amenities at a very affordable price. The homes are all on large lots, with adequate spacing between structures for both privacy and plenty of “elbow room.” The lots all feature sodded yards and plenty of trees were left intact for a beautiful park like environment. Styles range from large single level living ranches to classic two story traditionals. Features include high ceilings, two story foyers, and open and free-flowing floor plans. Many of the homes feature full basements or bonus rooms. Some have both, allowing for plenty of room for even the most space demanding consumer! If you are lucky, you can fin...
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By Advantage Home Tours
(Advantage Home Tours)
Contact Becky Crawford #678-480-4387 of Prudential Georgia Realty. BEAUTIFUL 2002 BUILT IMMACULATE 3 BEDROOM 2.5 BATH HOME WITH MASTER ON MAIN, HIGH COFFERED CEILING, STACKED STONE FIREPLACE, HARDWOODS, ADDITIONAL TEEN LOFT AND BONUS ROOM, FENCED BACKYARD, LOCATED ON 5+ CUL-DE-SAC ACRES!  For complete tour:  http://www.advantagehometours.com/tabid/1287/Default.aspx
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Contact Marlene Futch 404-219-8006 of Harry Norman Realtors. Lake community. Incredible, well maintained 3 Bedroom 3 Bath ranch, basement plus boat door. Large bonus/Media room. Bose surround sound. Lots of storage. 2 yrs. roof, HWH, HVACx2. New Carpet. Three full baths. Great schools. To see complete property tour: http://www.advantagehometours.com/tabid/1082.aspx.   
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By Richard Weisser, Richard Weisser Retired Real Estate Professional
(Richard Weisser Realty)
For those that are seeking the less hectic benefits of living in a smaller community, the Lake Park subdivision in Sharpsburg Georgia is an excellent alternative to the larger, more ubiquitous village neighborhoods. The charming community was created on land that was formerly an old pecan orchard, which lends a unique character and flavor to the neighborhood. The subdivision gets its name from the meandering lake that is the centerpiece of the community. All of the lots are estate sized and architectural controls and covenants and restrictions maintain the overall ascetic standard of the homes. Lake Park is only five minutes away from Peachtree city, with all of the accompanying to shops and restaurants. The avenue in Peachtree city features name brand stores such as Williams Sonoma and...
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By Richard Weisser, Richard Weisser Retired Real Estate Professional
(Richard Weisser Realty)
Bedford Forrest Subdivision in Coweta County Georgia is one of the most popular neighborhoods for value-minded buyers who want large and spacious homes on estate-sized lots at a reasonable price! If real estate is truly about "location, location, location," then Bedford Forrest must be considered "exceptional" and a bargain at any price. Located in eastern Coweta County, the neighborhood is in close proximately to name brand shopping and restaurants in multiple, as well a terrific public schools. The main entrance of the subdivision is just less than four miles from the Thomas Crossroads commercial area, with multiple major grocery chains such as Publix and Kroger, as well as boutiques shops and services, and great local and national chain restaurants. And it's also just over five miles...
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By Richard Weisser, Richard Weisser Retired Real Estate Professional
(Richard Weisser Realty)
It has always been a curiosity of mine, when do Christmas lights go up on the outside of a house and when do you take them down? It's not an easy consideration. After all, if you go to a lot of trouble to put them up, you want to enjoy then for more than a few days. Not surprisingly, I have made an extensive study of this issue and find that the majority are turned on two weeks before Christmas. The peak is the weekend before Christmas, as some people leave town and the lights go out! In the South, we have a dilemma. Old time Southerners believe it's bad luck to have the Christmas decorations up on New Year's Day, so many go down the day after Christmas. Yankee transplants like me insist on them burning through the holidays and sometimes beyond! For me, typically they're up the weekend ...
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By Justin Messer, Residential Loan Officer, USDA Rural Housing Loan
(Supreme Lending USDA, FHA, and Conventional Loans)
Here is a great USDA "apples to apples" comparison.  A Guaranteed USDA 100% loan offers the home buyer the most affordable payment, less out of pocket cost, and usually the most competitive 30 year fixed rate in the market. This 100% Guaranteed loan payment includes the 2% funding fee that is rolled into the loan.  The following is based on a $175,000 loan at a 6% interest rate. No PMI loans at 8% with a 30 Year term = $1284 Freddie 100 = $1189 My Community = $1135 5% down conventional ($8750 + MI) = $1105 FHA 3% down ($5250 + UFMIP + MI) = $1105 40 year loan + MI = $1103 Flex 97 ($5250 + MI) = $1091 80/20, 80: 6% 30 yr loan 20: 7.5% 30 yr loan = $1084  (hard to get anymore) 100% USDA plus 2% Fee with NO MI = $1070 Many of the products from above will not have a comparable fixed rate.  ...
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By Richard Weisser, Richard Weisser Retired Real Estate Professional
(Richard Weisser Realty)
The voter turnout at the A.O. Bridges Community Center in Sharpsburg was extremely heavy in Tuesday's general election! Area voters filled parking lots and grassy area throughout the city and queued up to wait for an opportunity to cast their ballots. The long wait was mitigated by the glory of a gorgeous fall day, with bright warm sunshine dancing off of the beautifully colored leaves. The crowd was patient and orderly. Other area voting precincts also reported much higher than average voter turnout. The interest of the electorate in this election is being demonstrated throughout Georgia as well. The polls are open until 7:00 P.M. and anyone in line at that time will be allowed to vote. Voting is a privilege. Be sure to take advantage of this opportunity to have a say in the future of ...
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By Richard Weisser, Richard Weisser Retired Real Estate Professional
(Richard Weisser Realty)
The Hunter Complex is Sharpsburg Georgia is a 54 acre facility that is one of the centerpieces of the Coweta County Parks and Recreation Department. It is convenient to residents of both Sharpsburg and Newnan, and has the capacity to handle multiple events. It is one of the most popular sports facilities in the county, with good reason. The park features: Two adult softball fields. Four youth softball/baseball fields. Three football fields. A special needs baseball field. A gymnasium with basketball and a weight room. Two tennis courts. Playground facilities. A walking trail around the perimeter of the park. Plenty of parking for everything! The crown jewel of the complex is the Coweta Field of Courage. This is a completely soft surfaced ball field that is completely wheelchair accessi...
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By Richard Weisser, Richard Weisser Retired Real Estate Professional
(Richard Weisser Realty)
Nestled in the middle of Atlanta's suburban sprawl, Old Town Sharpsburg Georgia has an interesting collection of historic buildings that allow us to imagine what the town must have looked like in times past. During the heyday of cotton, Sharpsburg was an important center for farmers who wanted to get their crops to market. In the 19th century, Sharpsburg had merchants and all sorts of service businesses. More importantly, in 1870, the Savannah, Griffin & North Alabama Railroad was completed and more importantantly, constructed a depot in Sharpsburg. This brought everything the farmers needed in the form of merchandise and implements, as well as providing transportation to Griffin and Newnan. While a lot has changed since then, many of the historic buildings remain. The railroad is now o...
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