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Tammy Holmes
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Realtor, workaholic, Southern girl. And charming...did I mention charming?!
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I am an Atlanta Communities agent in Marietta, GA. I love real estate and am passionate about great customer service and client care.  If you're gonna do it, do it right, correct? Or better put, "If you don't have time to do it right the first time, when are you going to find time to make it right"? 
I love Tennessee Titan football, word games and am currently battling a Candy Crush addiction.  I'm married to the love of my life. I have a grown daughter (I know, I look to young to have a grown kid) and like to spend my down time gardening, reading, riding on the back of my husband's BMW touring bike down obscure Georgia roads and of course, playing that darn Candy Crush.  

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I survived Church of Christ education and still attend the Church of Christ...that's gotta count for something, right?!
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Tammy Moore Spann Holmes
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Awesome real estate agent at Atlanta Communities
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  • Atlanta Communities
    Realtor Extraordinaire, 2014 - present
    Real estate agent, psychotherapist, hand holder, need anticipator, chauffeur, and all around nice lady. I know the area, sell the area and most importantly, LOVE the area. If you need a Realtor, you need me.
  • Champ Camp Coaching
    Productivity Coach, 2014 - present
    Productivity coach for fabulous agents who wanted to take their business to the next level.
  • Keller Williams Realty
    Agent and Productivity Coach, 2005 - 2015
    Top producing agent and productivity coach.
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FREE GUIDE if you're thinking about selling. Great stuff! 
It’s difficult to know when is the best time to sell, or how to get the most money for your house, but you don't need to go through the process alone. You may be wondering if prices are projected to rise or fall...or if you should rent your house instead of selling it.It’s difficult to know when is
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Thinking about selling? Now is the time to get the most bang for your bucks!
The latest Existing Home Sales Report from the National Association of Realtors (NAR) revealed a direct correlation between a lack of inventory and rising prices. We are all familiar with the concept of supply and demand. As the demand for an item increases the supply of that same item goes down,
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Two new listings this week-Brookstone Country Club-$415K. Totally renovated, gorgeous, fenced back yard, zoned for Harrison. Chestnut Hills home in Dallas-great ranch plan with numerous upgrades and meticulously maintained. $269,900 #TammySellsTheATL  
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209 Norton Drive in Lancaster subdivision. New floors on pain, new paint, wraparound porch, fenced yard and deck. Make it yours for only $180,000K
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Awesome house in Lancaster in Dallas. One of the BIGGEST lots in the whole neighborhood. New carpet and fresh paint. Two finished rooms in basement. 32 Chelsea Walk-Dallas, GA
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Looking to make the most amount of money in a short about of time? Make it a win-win-get a great home for yourself, build equity and sell in a few years for your down payment on your next home.
Last week, CNBC ran an article quoting self-made millionaire David Bach explaining that not purchasing a home is "the single biggest mistake millennials are making" because buying real estate is "an escalator to wealth.” Bach went on to explain: "If millennials don't buy a home, their chances of
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There are some renters who have not yet purchased a home because they are uncomfortable taking on the obligation of a mortgage. Everyone should realize that, unless you are living with your parents rent free, you are paying a mortgage - either yours or your landlord’s. As an owner, your mortgage
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It's a great time to be a seller!
The National Association of Realtors’ most recent Existing Home Sales Report revealed that home sales were up rather dramatically over last year in five of the six price ranges they measure. Homes priced between $100-250K showed a modest increase at 3.4%. This not only points to the lower invento
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Just listed and coming soon! Just listed zoned for north Paulding, coming soon zoned for Harrison. More info and more listings at www.TammySellsTheATL.com
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19 Norton drive in Dallas-Lancaster subdivision. Gleaming hardwoods, fresh paint, corner lot, new appliances, meticulously maintained. ONLY $169,900!
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Renovator's dream! If you desire acreage, privacy and a "good deal" but don't mind a little work (nothing major, just needs TLC) or want to put your own personal stamp on it, this is it! Sits on a little over 5 acres but additional acreage of up to another 100 acres is available. Seller says sell so bring us serious offers and let's make a deal!
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I recently had a transaction as a Realtor where the buyer used this bank as his lender. After selling real estate for 10+ plus years, this was, by far, one of the worst lenders to deal with. If I ever sell a home in Tennessee again and the buyer is using this bank and the particular loan officer I had to deal with, I will STRONGLY encourage my seller not to accept the deal unless the buyer is willing to change lenders. I received very little communication from the loan officer, who, when he did communicate, would do so only via text. I had to go to the branch manager who did communicate but would never actually go out out on a limb to verify anything. The "good ole boy" mentality used by this lender and loan officer was extremely frustrating and one that is years behind the times. If you're looking for this type of business, this bank is for you. If, however, you are looking to deal with professionals who answer the phone, communicate and represent themselves with integrity, find another lender and loan officer. The one I had to work with did not possess those skills.
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