First-Time Home Buyer Orientation

Let’s have a Q & A real estate conversation!

Provided by Atlanta Communities and Realtors Tom Breeden and Taylor Hudnall.

Join us for our first-time home buyer orientation on Monday July 12th at 6:30 PM at Atlanta Communities Real Estate Brokerage.

Soft drinks will be provided.

Topics include:

  • How to choose a lender
  • Getting a loan in place
  • How to select a Realtor
  • Benefits of home buying
  • How to buy a home in a competitive market
  • Purchasing investment homes
  • And, any other questions you may have concerning real estate.

We look forward to meeting you!

Please RSVP by 2pm on Monday July 12th:

Tom Breeden, Cell 404-379-1685 (Or)

Taylor Hudnall, Cell 770-317-2903

Address:

Atlanta Communities Real Estate Brokerage

1801 Peachtree St NE

Atlanta, Georgia 30309

Please park in the rear of the building.

Bio:

Tom Breeden has been buying and selling homes since 1994 and a licensed realtor since 1998 and has personally purchased and sold over 50 homes. He has recently built 14-townhomes, and single family new construction and has done more than 50 flips and understands today’s challenging Real Estate Market. He has represented many, many hundreds of buyers and sellers and he looks forward to discussing your unique situation.

Taylor Hudnall recently received her Georgia Real Estate License and is working with Tom Breeden Homes, Inc., and Atlanta Communities Real Estate Brokerage.

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Late last year, Amazon announced its plan to expand its massive company by forming a second headquarters, and wherever “HQ2″ lands, it will bring an estimated 50,000 jobs to that area. With such a powerful economic prize on the line, cities around the country began courting the tech giant to come to them. In all, over 238 cities submitted a proposal. A few weeks ago, that list was narrowed to 20, and ATL was on the shortlist. So what does this mean for homeowners?

Well, it shows that Atlanta is making major efforts to attract jobs to the community, and that Atlanta has a vibrant culture which can attract a company looking to provide its employees a great place to live and work. From sports to music to food, Atlanta is the place to be, and a company like Amazon being enticed by our city is proof that Atlanta is on the map. The more vibrant the economy and the culture, the more value it adds to your home. As the saying goes,”location, location, location.”