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Check out this outstanding opportunity from Fidelity Bank Mortgage, now available in three Metro Atlanta new home communities, where a low, low interest rate could save you thousands! You must act quickly, though, because this offer will expire soon. Right now, lock in your rate at 3.75% on a conventional, 30-year, fixed-rate mortgage with a 1% discount*! With FHA financing, the rate is even better, at 3.5% for qualified buyers*!

Working with award-winning area builders, Fidelity has made these great rates available to qualified buyers now in three beautiful communities:

The Gates of Braselton

The Gates of Braselton is a gated community with resort-style amenities, including swimming pool, tennis courts, and a clubhouse complete with a

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It’s no secret that housing inventory in Metro Atlanta is low, especially when it comes to traditional “starter” homes below $200k.  Buying is competitive this Spring, but there are ways to make yourself the most promising buyer on the market, the one most likely to win the house of your dreams.

Narrow your list of must-haves. 

Be prepared with a SHORT list of must-haves before you start attending open houses and scheduling showings.  Your list should include only the items you feel unable to compromise on, like location, number of bedrooms/bathrooms, or acreage.  Remember that all finishes can be changed later to better suit your personality and style.

Save, save, save.

The easiest way to improve your “looks” as a homebuyer is to have

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Most people start their search for a new home by swiping through photos online, browsing online listing services, and creating a list of must-haves.  This is a great way to get excited about the possibility of a new home, but the best place to start is by deciding how much you can spend. 

Price matters – so much so that it could mean you’ll need to look in different locations, or at townhomes instead of detached homes.  Or maybe you can afford more house than you think.  The only way to find out is to speak to a qualified mortgage expert. 

Most buyers use some sort of financing to purchase their home.  Let’s face it:  most of us are not independently wealthy with tons of cash on hand to purchase a home without a loan.  The amount you qualify

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