Savannah Area Multi List number 166319 $229,900
Home listed by ERA Southeast Coastal Real Estate 912-826-2550
- 4 bedroom
- 2 full baths
- 1/2 acre lot
- Full brick exterior
- Side entry 2 car garage
- Bright kitchen with work island
- Covered back porch
- 1840 Heated square feet
Community: Honey Ridge-Guyton Georgia
Amenities: Community pool, fitness, tennis
Georgia office license number: H19887
For more information: https://www.era.com/property/418-Wrigley-Field-Drive-Guyton-GA-31312/M-166319-GA_SABOR/detail
New home in an amenity packed community just west of Savannah Georgia. Honey Ridge Estates. Pool, tennis, fitness, and a community room are available for the residents.
This home features four bedrooms with a split bedroom plan. All brick exterior, screened in back porch, private .70 acre wooded yard. Builder adds many upgrades with wood flooring in main areas, ceramic tile in baths and laundry area.
If you are considering a new home in the Savannah area and would like more information on this home please contact ERA Southeast Coastal RE, 912-927-1088
Before you decide on the location of your real estate purchase or during your due diligence period take the time to do some homework.
All of the above come with rules that will become part of your ownership responsibility.
They also affect your long term plans and budget, so let’s get started and I’ll make this a simple as possible.
Zoning is applied though your local government, information on how a property is zoned is usually attainable through the tax assessors office. An example of zoning may be that you are looking to buy a property for a mobile home when in fact stick built homes will only be allowed in the area, or the setback requirement that states where on a lot you must place your home or improvement.
Restrictive or protective covenants, may be recorded at the county courthouse or conveyed in your deed. Even if a neighborhood has not been complying they are still worth reading. A few examples of a covenant may be the ability to lease your property at anytime, what kind of pets are allowed, landscaping ornaments, the size of your home and house paint colors or finishes.
Homeowners associations are usually managed by the home owners, the declarant of the covenants or with the help of a management company. The Homeowners association enforces the covenants, collects dues, and oversees the maintenance of common areas , and amenities in a community. They may also become active in issues of the greater community to promote the best interest of their neighborhood.
You can almost be certain that zoning will apply, a good chance of covenants, and home owners and property owners associations are most popular in newer developments and condominiums. Zoning requirements take precedence over restrictive covenants.
Happy home shopping 🙂
One of the most difficult times during home selling process is actually the time before you put your home on the market for sale. It’s a huge decision that is not limited to the sale of your personal home that you live in. You may be thinking of selling an investment property or settling an estate. It’s not unusual for a home seller to take months to make this decision, and for all situations the goal is the same, a successful sale.
Take time to prepare, make a plan with a timeline of things that need to be done to make the home “market ready”. Good first impressions are not only seen by prospective buyers but also the real estate professionals will be anxious to show your home and word spreads fast when great properties hit the market.
Keep in mind that when the sign goes up, the excitement begins!
On my desk sits a Texas Instrument calculator that I used to give home buyers a general idea of what their house payment would be, based on a the term of their loan and interest rate. Throughout my career technology has advanced at a pace much faster than some can keep up with. To stay accommodating to anyone who needs the service of a real estate broker I enjoy a good chat on a land line as much as I enjoy hearing “you’ve got mail”.