Property Management in Atlanta, Georgia

on 31 July 2016

The City of Atlanta is a great place to own a home. This is true whether it is a primary residence or an investment property.

 

In recent years big strides have been made into improving transportation infrastructure in the city. A street car has been introduced in part of the downtown area and it is planned to be significantly expanded. It is designed to connect with the heavy rail system MARTA, and the Atlanta Beltway, a light rail system that will circumnavigate the downtown area. All three of these systems with interconnect in multiple places.

This sort of thinking is attracting the younger generations that not only want walkable communities, they demand it. Businesses are noticing the influx of young people and are developing like crazy to meet their demands. Practically every block in the city is seeing some sort of major renovation or construction of office building and retail centers.

What all this means to the home owner or investor is that prices are going up and will continue to escalate. Now’s the time to buy in Atlanta, especially for investors. If you want to invest but are intimidated by the thought of managing the asset, you need not be. We are a professional property management company that manages homes in Atlanta. We can take all the worry out of it.

Even better still, is that we can help you make the purchase. We know the rental home market in Atlanta and can advise you on the best places to buy and the right kind of house to maximize the return on your investment.

If you are looking for property management in Atlanta, look no further, you have found us.

If you would like more information about homes for sales or property management in Atlanta, please contact us. We will be most happy to serve you.


Daniel R. Wilhelm
Executive Broker
3 Options Realty, LLC., CRMC®, The Green Broker
678-397-1282
dan @ 3OptionsRealty.com


The author of this Blog is neither an attorney nor an accountant. Nothing written should be construed as legal advice. Conclusions conveyed are outcomes based upon practical experience and should not be depended upon to be a common outcome of other similar circumstances. Consult with a professional before making tax or legal decisions.