Tamra Wade Real Estate Stands Above the Crowd

Tamra Wade Real Estate is making its mark in the Atlanta real estate market. With more than 20 years of experience in resale and new home construction, Tamra Wade’s award winning team offers top notch, full service sales and marketing. Read more about Tamra Wade Real Estate in the Atlanta Real Estate Forum. 

Savannah Walk by Stephen Elliott Homes New and Ready for You

Stephen Elliott Homes is selling beautiful new homes at Savannah Walk in College Park, Georgia! From the High $100s these open floor plans are loaded with features you are sure to love and enjoy in your new home!

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Welcome Park at Parsons Town Square by Home South Communities!

Home South Communities is proud to present the Park at Parsons Town Square and it is the buzz heard around downtown Duluth! This new construction luxury townhome community is now preselling and ready for new homeowners to experience what it means to be a part of such a stylish, wonderful community! Live a low-maintenance, sophisticated lifestyle in a walkable community near fantastic restaurants, lively entertainment, fun shopping, and great schools. You do not want to miss out on these 3-Story, 3-Bed townhomes from the High $300s!

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Silver Hill Homes Offer New Homes at Arbor Cove

Silver Hill Homes is proud to present Arbor Cove, a gated new home community located in Marietta GA. From the $600s, these luxury homes have spacious floorplans and were beautifully crafted with you, the new home owners, in mind! Read more on the Atlanta Real Estate Forum… 

CORE Homebuilders Want You to Love Where You Live

With access to the best venues in East Atlanta, CORE Homebuilders are making sure their residents are loving where they live.  Stylish, affordable, quality homes are what CORE provides for their homebuyers in an area you just can’t beat. Read more…

Tamra’s Buyer Insight – Why Do I Need a Warranty?

When buying a home, you’re making a huge investment, most likely the largest and most important investment you’ll ever make. So, you’re probably looking for a little extra peace of mind in the process. But with so many costs associated with purchasing your home (especially your first home) you might be asking yourself if a warranty is really necessary on top of everything else. Our answer? Yes, absolutely.

 

The simple reasoning behind a home warranty is that it provides that little extra peace of mind most new homeowners crave. A warranty is, in some ways, similar to insurance – you pay a fee, and if an unexpected repair in your new home is necessary, and it’s covered under the warranty’s terms, the cost of the repair will be covered partially or in whole by your warranty provider.

 

While everything in the home may not be covered by a warranty, the major systems throughout a house and those that are the most costly to repair are generally included. A warranty on your new home may cover electrical systems, plumbing systems, heating and cooling systems, and appliances like the washer, dryer, oven, and range. Additionally, New Home Builders may also provide warranties on workmanship and structural integrity. Most warranties expire after a certain period of time, which can span anywhere from a year to a decade depending on what the warranty covers. And, depending on how comprehensive the warranty is, the fee can be in the $300-$600 range. This may sound like a lot up front, but compared to a sky-high repair bill down the road, it’s a great deal.

 

There’s more to a warranty than just peace of mind, however, especially when you’re buying a brand new home. A new home with a great warranty is a good indication that you’re working with a builder that takes pride in their product. And, a builder warranty program like the 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty requires that a builder go through extensive screening to even offer their buyers this service. It’s not just a promise that you’re covered if something should happen, it’s an indication that your builder is offering a quality product.

 

So to sum up our thoughts, is a warranty really necessary when you’re considering a new home? Yes! From the obvious peace of mind that you get knowing you’re covered should the unexpected occur, to the implied commitment to quality that comes with a home builder’s warranty, it’s a worthwhile investment.

 

Looking to buy a new construction home in the Metro-Atlanta area? Work with a member of our team to find the home of your dreams, or visit one of the communities near you where our builders are building.

Prestigious New Homes in Lassiter Grove by Silver Hill Homes

Silver Hill Homes is now selling impressive new homes in Marietta, GA. Priced from the High $500s, this incredible new community presents an elegant collection of craftsman style homes in the most convenient Cobb County location. Read more…

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New Townhome Opportunities at Amberly Mill by Home South Communities

Home South Communities is creating some buzz with their newest luxury townhome community – Amberly Mill. Priced from the High $180s, these townhomes present options sure to please homebuyers. Read more…

Intown – Why All The Cool Kids Are Moving There

If there is anything the millennial generation does consistently, it’s bucking the norm. While previous generations favored the convenience of car-reliant suburbs over urban living, we’re seeing more and more millennials flock to the lifestyle afforded by walkable city centers. But, it’s not just millennials moving intown, the trend has begun radiating out to older generations, too, especially as boomers consider a change in lifestyle to go along with their downsized homes. But, what’s attracting these demographics intown? The number one answer to that would be the lifestyle, for Boomers and Millennials alike.

 

When seeking out an intown home, younger buyers are looking for a starter home that is both affordable and close enough to a city center to allow for the active live-work-play lifestyle they crave. So, if you’re positioning starter homes intown, it’s important to highlight the lifestyle – the notable restaurants, parks, transportation options, and nightlife within walking or ‘uber-ing’ distance – almost as much as highlighting the home’s finishes and features. Boomer buyers want a ‘fun’ lifestyle too, but they’re also drawn to the convenience and community of city living. Surprisingly, they’re more likely to seek out condos and other multifamily options, as long as these developments cultivate a ‘neighborhood’ feel and take some of the yard and exterior maintenance out of the owner’s hands. This may be a departure from the ‘retirement living’ norm of the past, but boomers are looking for more flexibility and fun in the next phase of their lives than previous generations. Overall, there’s a growing demand for the intown lifestyle, in its many different variations, and we at Tamra Wade and Partners are poised and ready to meet that demand.

 

Our Intown Division brings all of the experience and training you’ve come to expect from a Tamra Wade and Partners sales team inside the perimeter. And, since we know buyers are looking for a neighborhood they’ll love, we’ve put a focus on placing agents in the areas where they already live. Combine the experience and expertise of our sales team with that excitement and enthusiasm that comes with selling a home in your own neighborhood and you have a winning combination that will find the perfect buyer for every intown home.