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Dated: December 27 2018

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I often get asked, "When is the best time to buy or sell a home?". The answer is simple- There is no better time than right now! According to fortunebuilders.com: 

The Savannah housing market has one factor working completely in its favor: affordability. In fact, Savannah real estate remains competitive in affordability with local and national markets. That said, Savannah real estate is more affordable than two-thirds of the entire country. According to Coldwell Banker, Savannah ranks 1,207 on a list of 1,997 housing markets. Prospective buyers on a tight budget will look to Savannah for their opportunity to buy a home in a budding market with a lot of promise.


This statement holds true for all of Chatham, Bryan and Effingham Counties as well!

Want to know more? Call/Text/Email me today for a detailed market analysis of your area! 


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Dana Ellis Kessler

Born in ATL, raised in NC, and rooted in Effingham County, GA! When I'm not helping Clients get top dollar for their home, or negotiating the best deal on a new property, I enjoy cooking, painting & s....

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