Just listed-17.39 Acres in Gwinnett County

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Just Listed in Lawrenceville
9 Bethesda Church Rd.
17.39 Acres-$1,990,000


Just listed; almost 18 acres along Ronald Regan Pkwy & Bethesda Church Rd. – Across from Bethesda Park. 7.93 Acres zoned C-2 (Commercial/Retail), 9.46 acres zoned O&I (Office/Institutional). Great opportunity for office space, retail, Church, School, Sports Facility & more! Nearby parcels available for assemblage. Originally zoned residential, can be converted back to residential. Topography map, survey, zoning specifications and site plans for office & commercial space available. Sewer connections nearby. Prefers to sell as one parcel. Will consider subdividing; including 2 acre, corner lot spin off.

If this chance to make a contribution to the growth in Gwinnett County and develop your legacy isn’t what you’re seeking I’m ALWAYS happy to help with ALL of your real estate needs! Just contact me TODAY to get started! Can’t wait? Just follow this link to find the perfect property to match your needs:


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Is real estate a good investment?

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ABSOLUTELY! The numbers speak for themselves. The average sales price for a single family home in the Atlanta market has increased 7% YTD vs. the same period last year. Conversely, the NYSE was down 6.77% at market close on Tuesday.

A good financial advisor recommends diversity in one’s portfolio. Real estate is an excellent way to accomplish that goal. If you own a home you’re already on the way. An excellent opportunity to build wealth beyond your home is investment property. Rental properties provide a great income stream while someone else (your tenant) pays for the acquisition. Even better, the property will increase in value over time as will your net worth. And there’s more; unusually high occupancy rates have led to increasing rental rates which leads to extra passive income. Need more proof? The big investors who scooped up an abundance of properties during the recovery are holding on to them because the property value increases make their portfolios look really good.

So when you or someone you know wants to learn more about how real estate can enhance your investment portfolio; I can help! Contact me TODAY to learn more. Can’t wait to find that incredible investment property or perfect place for your new home? Just click on this link to get started:


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AWESOME Investment Opportunity!

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picArgonne Forest Condominiums
Norcross, GA

Awesome investment opportunity for a continual passive income stream! Great way to grow or start your real estate portfolio! It’s like your personal 401K! Here are a few highlights:

  • 14 units-buy them all or select a few
  • C Class
  • Rent/mo-$875 to $900 (includes $115/mo HOA fees). Increasing to $950+ as leases renew
  • Very high occupancy
  • $79,500/unit

All units have:

  • 3 BDR/2 BA
  • Stone fireplaces
  • 2 walk-in closets
  • Laundry room w/cabinets
  • Refrigerator, gas stove/oven, dishwasher
  • Fenced patio area, most w/exterior storage room
  • Master bedroom has in-suite bath
  • Central HVAC

As always, I’m happy to share more details with you. All you have to do is ask. BTW, these properties are currently not listed! So contact me TODAY to find out how you can scoop other buyers on these well maintained, revenue generating properties!

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Happy Labor Day

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Kids are going back to school, cooler weather is just around the corner and college football is about to start.  That can only mean one thing…Labor Day is here!  

While you are celebrating your hard work this weekend, enjoying one last “summer” vacation or cheering on your favorite team, here are some fun facts you can share with friends and family about this special holiday:

  • The first U.S. Labor Day was celebrated on Tuesday, September 5, 1882, in New York City, planned by the Central Labor Union.  The Labor Day parade of about 10,000 workers took unpaid leave and marched from City Hall past Union Square uptown to 42nd street, and ended in Wendel’s Elm Park at 92nd Street and 9th Avenue for a concert, speeches, and a picnic.
  • Oregon was the first state to make Labor Day a holiday in 1887.
  • In the late 1800s the average American worked 12-hour days and seven-day weeks to eke out a basic living.  Children as young as 5-6 years old worked in factories and mines.
  • The year in which the 8-hour day was firmly established was 1916 with the passage of the Adamson Act.  This was the first federal law regulating hours of workers in private companies.
  • Traditionally people did not wear white or seersucker clothes after Labor Day as it unofficially marked the end of summer.


Use your extra time off this weekend to search my site for your dream home:

Hope you have a safe and wonderful holiday weekend!  And don’t forget to wear those white pants one last time!


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