How Long Does It Take to Settle a Personal Injury Case?

Are you wondering how long does it take to settle a personal injury case after you get released from your doctor? The short answer is, “It depends.” But you didn’t come here for that. You came here for some more clarity. There are some things that need to happen after you get released from your … Continued

When To Get An Attorney For A Car Accident

Have you recently been in a car accident? Wondering when to get an attorney for a car accident? Wondering how much money you are entitled to? This article will walk you through what you need to know after an accident to get you the most money for your injuries. Let’s dig in. When Should You … Continued

Main Causes of Motorcycle Accidents

It’s not news. Motorcycles are inherently dangerous. It’s pretty pointless to just point a finger and say “that’s too dangerous.” So that leaves the question of what are the main causes of motorcycle accidents? This article digs deeper into the motorcycle accident statistics of the leading causes of accidents. Let’s get started. Main Causes of Motorcycle Accidents … Continued

Estate Planning Checklist

Estate Planning Checklist When you hear the term “estate planning,” it’s not always totally obvious what that all entails. And that’s a huge issue! Estate planning is the only way to ensure that your assets are being properly disbursed to family and friends that you intended.   Sometimes the best way to tackle a big … Continued

How To Tell A Good Investment Property From A Bad One In Atlanta

Not all investment properties are created equally. Do you know what separates a good investment property from a bad one? Many novice investors will jump into an investment purchase without carefully evaluating what will actually be involved to turn a profit. In our latest post, we will help you learn how to tell a good investment … Continued

6 Signs of a Good Investment Rental Property In Atlanta

Not every investment property out there is a good one. There are a few key things you should look for when buying investment real estate in Atlanta.In our latest post, we provide 6 signs of a good investment rental property in Atlanta.  Are you looking for investment real estate in Atlanta? Do you know what … Continued

Tips For Quickly Flipping Atlanta Real Estate

Quickly flipping real estate is a necessary skill if you want to be a strong investor. Knowing how to quickly turn a house is crucial. In our latest post, we provide some excellent tips for quickly flipping real estate in the Atlanta area. As a Atlanta investor, you know you are losing money for every day you … Continued

What To Look For When Buying An Investment Home In Atlanta

Are you in the market for an investment property in Atlanta? Do you know what you are looking for or are you hoping the right property will find you? In our latest post, we will discuss what to look for when buying an investment property in Atlanta so you have a better chance of creating some … Continued

How To Handle Bad Contractors In Atlanta

Unfortunately, not every contractor will be able to live up to their promises. While many will work with you to fix any mistakes or problems, there will be some who don’t. Construction projects aren’t cheap. You don’t want to find yourself spending your cash reserves on projects that aren’t up to your standards. In our latest … Continued

Real Estate Laws

Georgia Real Estate Laws Becoming familiar with real estate laws can be very beneficial for investors and the normal consumer alike. Being familiar with landlord-tenant laws, homestead laws, and adverse possession laws can be very helpful. Real Estate Laws: Homestead Exemption This is one way some people can protect themselves in bankruptcy. The Homestead Laws … Continued

Probate an Estate

Probate an Estate in Georgia Probate is a legal process that is often required after someone dies. It gives someone– typically the surviving spouse or other close family member– the power to gather the deceased’s assets, pay debts and taxes, and eventually transfer assets to those designated in their will (don’t worry, we’ll talk about … Continued