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The HMT blog is written by Hank Miller of The Hank Miller Team. He is a licensed broker and certified real estate appraiser in the state of GA. Since 1989, real estate has been his full time occupation and Hank consistently ranks at the very top of Atlanta area agents in overall production. He is known as much for his attention to detail as he is for his candor.
RECENT BLOG POSTS
Demonstrating the epic stupidity that legends are made of, the esteemed new head of the FHFA Mel Watt made a few announcements on Tuesday. In short, they are designed to help the banks and expand credit access for “underserved borrowers.” Those folks in the middle...well you know the drill. These...
05/14/2014
What's old is new; Any national housing reports are nonsense in our opinion, as are reports on cities like Atlanta. It's impossible to call a market with such a large and open pool of data. We however, routinely pull data to see trends at the local level, down to the elementary school or subdivis...
05/09/2014
The real estate crash hit the appraisal industry harder than any other. The end result has been even more controversy as many experienced appraisers left the mortgage related side and those that remained become almost "radioactive". The role of an appraiser, how they work and their relationship w...
05/08/2014
39% of buyers would choose another home or another area...42% felt their agent could have done a better job...19% lacked confidence during the offer process...22% didn't fully understand the closing process... Those are among the results of a Chase Mortgage survey of 807 recent home buyers about ...
05/06/2014
Dual agency occurs when one agent represents both the seller and the buyer of the same home. The buyer wants to spend the least amount of money on a home; the seller wants to capture the highest price possible, neither benefits. The agent however, collects both ends of the commission. Yet and sti...
04/28/2014
Mad Men has started it's final season and Realtor.com answers an interesting question: how does the affordability of housing and the cost of living portrayed in Mad Men compare to today? They explored housing costs from the 1960s and how the costs of that era compare to today. They examined labor...
04/23/2014
2575 Milford Lane, Alpharetta, GA 30009.  HMT represented the buyer on this townhome that closed 03/2014 for $338,000 One of the "hottest" markets right now is Alpharetta. West off 400, "historic" Alpharetta has been transforming over the last several years. Filled with quaint shops and fine dini...
04/17/2014
 idea of selling a home without ever listing it can be appealing to many. Similarly, ringing the doorbell on the “perfect home” and finding an owner willing to sell can put a broad smile on a buyer’s face. The risks however, routinely make buying and selling “pocket listings” dangerous to a pers...
04/03/2014
The idea of selling a home without ever listing it can be appealing to many. Similarly, ringing the doorbell on the “perfect home” and finding an owner willing to sell can put a broad smile on a buyer’s face. The risks however, routinely make buying and selling “pocket listings” dangerous to a pe...
04/01/2014
2717 Barnhill Drive, Marietta, GA 30062.  HMT represented the buyer on this new home that closed 03/2014 for $727,329 The challenge of finding a quality home in East Cobb can be daunting, this hasn't changed much over the last 20 years. East Cobb has been and remains a highly desirable area and m...
04/01/2014
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The HMT blog is written by Hank Miller of The Hank Miller Team. He is a licensed broker and certified real estate appraiser in the state of GA. Since 1989, real estate has been his full time occupation and Hank consistently ranks at the very top of Atlanta area agents in overall production. He is known as much for his attention to detail as he is for his candor.