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HotLanta 3 bed 1 bath all Brick House For Sale!

Higher Purpose Realty, LLC

HigherPurposeRealty1@gmail.com

678-871-6588

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3793 Stone Rd Atlanta, Ga 30331

3 bed 1 bath

925 sqft

Lot size 0.35

Asking: $40,000 obo

Under contract direct with seller.  Contact for more information or to view thsis property.

Please submit offers to: HigherPurposeRealty1@gmail.com

 

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Available Off Market Properties

 

Available Off Market Properties

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526 McWilliams Rd Atl 30315 (Lakewood)

2 Bed 1 Bath  1240 sqft  0.35 Lot

Large corner lot with room to expand, down from New Construction homes on same street. Close to schools & Marta.

Asking: $48,000

ARV: $97,000 +

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657 Quillian Ave Dec 30032 (East Lake)

2 Bed 1 Bath  834 sqft  0.30 Lot

Perfect investment in the East Lake area of Atlanta.

Lots of renovations in the area. Do your own due diligence

Asking: $110,000

ARV: $134,000 +

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2640 Burdett Rd College Park 30349

4 Bed 2 Bath  1714 sqft  1 acre Lot

Ideal Buy & Hold property in a quiet neighborhood with

3 bedrooms proper and the garage has been converted to a Master suite. (Can be reversed) Fenced yard and back deck.

Asking: $73,000

ARV: $103,000

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NOTE*** We consider ALL OFFERS! All offers must be accompanied by a  Proof of Funds bank statement and we will collect $2000 earnest money due one day after contract is accepted. Earnest money is Fully Refundable if closing can not take place because of any title issues. Five day due diligence period and close within 10 business days with Halperin Lyman, LLC.

Neighborhoods // Atlanta BeltLine

Bringing Atlanta’s Neighborhoods Together

Atlanta has a rich history dating back before the Civil War, and it has undergone many changes in that time. Neighborhoods all around the city have blossomed, matured, and evolved, and together they have woven a patchwork dynamic that reflects the many different evolutions of the city.

Some neighborhoods have continued to prosper with time, while others have fallen into disrepair. New development, new roads, and new realities have altered some neighborhoods, while others have remained virtually unchanged for decades. Obstacles, both natural and manmade, have created barriers separating many of these neighborhoods, and the result is a curious hodgepodge lacking a common thread — until now.

The Atlanta BeltLine is changing the core dynamic of our city, bringing all of these disparate neighborhoods together under one vision that will transform these separate entities into one cohesive community, while still maintaining the individual character of each. The Atlanta BeltLine offers an opportunity to bridge gaps (literal and figurative), and unite the City of Atlanta in a way never before possible.

Source: Neighborhoods // Atlanta BeltLine