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Wyndham Park Subdivision in South Forsyth County, Georgia The market is moving really fast in and around Forsyth County Georgia! While out reviewing the available inventory for some clients I have currently searching for a new home, I went into Wyndham Park subdivision and I noticed something interesting. Not only were all the houses that were for sale, sold -- but the undeveloped lots are also sold. As of today, there are no undeveloped lots for sale. Not one. The Wyndham Park developer reports that they sold 36 home sites in the neighborhood in the last six months. James Creek Subdivision in North Fulton County, GA Across the street, in the James Creek Subdivision in North Fulton County, a new subdivision by the same builder (D. R. Horton), has 33 lots and they have done pre-sales. There isn't a single house built to date and they have already sold 26 of…
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Contractors in Alpharetta Georgia and Johns CreekI'm often asked if I know a particularly good contractor for a specific job. I've decided to make that a part of my website to make it easier for my readers to find the best contractors serving North Fulton County. I'll not include just any company or individual -- I'll only include those I know, from experience, provide excellent service. I'll specify why the contractor was good, why I recommend them and what my personal experience with them has been. If you would like to see a list of all the contractors I'll be highlighting in months to come, simply select the "contractors" category. It will make selling your home easier, it will make maintaining your current home or revamping a new home less of a "hit and miss" proposition. I hope it helps.
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alpharetta real estateDo you have a home that has a mailbox with a brick or stucco surround that is over fifteen years old? If so, chances are good that you have the same problem that I recently addressed. The hinge on my mailbox door was rusted to the point that the door would frequently fall off and end up in the street. I am pretty handy at fixing things but this problem stumped me. It looked like it would be next to impossible to remove the old metal mailbox and then try to squeeze a new one in its place. I had a big problem but as luck would have it I received a flyer that offered salvation.

Paul Belford owns a business called Mailboxes PDQ that exclusively serves the Atlanta metro area. I called Paul one evening and he scheduled an installation time for nine in the

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