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Don't forget to file your Homestead Exemption
If you closed on your primary residence in 2020,
A homestead exemption is a reduction in homeowners' property taxes. The amount for each homestead exemption is deducted from the assessed value. Once granted, this exemption is automatically renewed each year you continually occupy the home under the same ownership. The home must be in your legal residence for all purposes including the registration of your vehicles and the filing of your Federal & Georgia income tax return.
the deadline to file is April 1, 2021
* You may not file for homestead on more than one property, vacant land or rental property
To file, you will need the following: - Warranty deed book & page - Proof of…
Buckhead is one of the most sought out places to live in Atlanta for the ability to work, live and play all within a small radius of each other. There is always something to do in this city and below you can explore some our favorite places to hangout on the weekend!
If you’re looking to catch a quick comedy show, or Broadway show, Buckhead theatre is a great place to immerse yourself into a variety of performances and events. One special feature of the Buckhead Theatre is the lounge on the upper level; it features a beautiful sitting area with a private bar.
This trail located in the Heart of Buckhead is a great outdoor experience for those who enjoy the open outdoors. On any give Saturday you can find…
Summer is upon us and although we can’t wait for days lounging at the pool and evening barbeques with family and friends, there are a few things we should keep in mind to keep our home maintained throughout the next few months! Check out our top five tips for ensuring guests are enjoying your home as much as you do!
1. HVAC System
When was the last time you had you’re cooling system checked by a service provider? Proper air conditioner maintenance can help your cooling system last longer and prevent fires from happening. Plus, its nice to have cool air during the Georgia heat!
2. Ceiling fans.
If your home has ceiling fans, you may not know that reversing the direction can determine whether or not…
While contemporary architecture has gotten a lot of press in recent years, the traditional home is certainly not down for the count. It's making a comeback in the form of the Modern Farmhouse.
In fact, this style has been shaping up as one of the hottest current design trends. Rather than an official style, however, it's more a way of thinking in which the designer thoughtfully combines traditional exteriors with covered front porches and interior spaces configured for the way people live today. But those interiors reject the minimalist lines of contemporary design, opting for a warm, relaxing aesthetic that recalls a - presumably - less hectic past.
In other words, Modern Farmhouse style is the epitome of transitional architecture.
Do not forget about Homestead Exemption this year.