Thinking about selling a house by owner in Georgia? Don’t want dozens of strangers walking through your house? Don’t want to lose thousands to Realtor fees? Don’t want to deal with having to move everything out of your house to please potential buyers? No matter what the reason is, selling your own house is an … Continued
Are you facing a situation that makes you think, “I need to sell my house fast for cash?” There’s many reasons that make accepting cash for my house is super convenient. As investors, you may think we only buy ugly houses for $0.50 on the dollar. But in reality, we buy houses in any condition, … Continued
There’s a lot of uncertainty in the market. But you still need to consider selling. You might even be underwater on your mortgage (you owe more than it’s worth). The fact is that with credit being tight, and budgets being small, selling a home for cash isn’t as easy as it once was. If you are curious … Continued
Are you looking to sell your house to a company that buys houses instead of listing it with a Realtor? Don’t have the money to fix up the house to list it? Just want to be done with your house? But you’re not sure where to even start? This article is going to walk you … Continued
As our parents age, we have their estates to consider. If you want to skip the probate process for their house, it might be worth considering selling your parent’s house before death instead of after. Allowing the house to go through the probate process after death can take 6-12 months depending on how complicated the … Continued
Most people don’t know what their options are when needing to sell my home fast. Should you list it with a Realtor, sell for cash, or just do a FSBO? This article answers those questions.
When someone makes a cash offer for your house, selling your house can go much smoother. Without a lender involved, cash buyers can close fast without the fear of financing falling through. If you’re wondering if a cash offer is right for you, this article will lay out how cash offers change the process FOR … Continued
What you need to know to avoid being sued due to selling a house with unpermitted work. (Even if you didn’t do the work yourself.)
Considering selling your house, but wondering how you can avoid paying capital gains taxes in Georgia? This article will save you money.
Are you behind on your mortgage payments? Have you received letters from the bank notifying you of default? Are you facing foreclosure in Georgia? This blog is going to walk you through the Georgia foreclosure process so you know what you expect, learn how you can possibly stop it, or simply learn how to navigate … Continued
You’re finding it hard to keep food stocked up for your family, then this is the blog is going to show you how you can get help from the government. We’re going to deep dive into what food stamps are, how to apply for them, whether or not you’re eligible, the requirements, and where to … Continued
Your weekly Georgia unemployment benefit amount is calculated by combining your wages from the two highest quarters in your base period and dividing that number by 42. Your weekly benefit amount is subject to a weekly minimum of $44 and a maximum of $330. A good Georgia Unemployment Calculator will provide you with the amount you earn … Continued
This is the ultimate guide to unemployment in Georgia. In this comprehensive guide I’ll cover: The benefits that you receive. How to file a claim. How much money you’ll get and when you’ll get paid. The requirements you need to meet to get unemployment. How to apply online. Georgia’s unemployment office locations and contact info. … Continued
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You need a comprehensive guide to who gets the house in your divorce. In this guide, you’ll learn everything that you need to know about how to set up your marriage properly, who gets the house, and how to sell it together. Table of Contents Who gets to stay in the house during a divorce? … Continued