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Another happy homeowner!!

11 Feb

vik and peggy

Congratulations to Peggy Drummond for the purchase of her beautiful new home on Wilmington Island. Her home features fabulous hardwood floors, an upgraded owner’s en suite bathroom with jacuzzi tub and gorgeous tile work,all  in a perfect tranquil community. She bought this property out of foreclosure and even has some equity going in. Peggy is pictured here with her amazing mortgage lender, Viktor Sasser of Starkey Mortgage.  I am so grateful for the opportunity to work with Peggy, and it was a pleasure working with Vik as well.

705 E. 38th Street is Under Contract!

28 Jan


This adorable 3 bedroom, 2 bath cottage with privacy fenced yard is located in the heart of downtown Savannah. It went under contract and is being purchased by a SCAD professor.


Which is better? Short Sale vs. Foreclosure

26 Jul

Here is a really simple, fast way to explain why a short sale is better than a foreclosure. Before you make any big decision, always a good idea to consult an attorney, a tax professional and your Realtor — I know a good one 😉

Short Sales are timely and require communication and cooperation between borrower, agent and bank. But the outcome is better. Don’t throw in the towel… don’t ‘just walk-away’.

“Never, ever give up” … Thanks Mr. Churchill.

12300 Apache Avenue #211 Reduced! $98,900 — SOLD

11 Feb

Erin Rowley | Coldwell Banker Platinum Partners | erin.rowley@coldwellbanker.com | 912 224 0460
12300 Apache Avenue #211, Savannah, GA
Total Steal in a deep water Condo community…
2BR/2BA Condo
offered at $105,000
Year Built 1995
Sq Footage 1,106
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 2 full, 0 partial
Floors 1
Parking 2 Covered spaces
Lot Size Unspecified
HOA/Maint $195 per month

Fabulous 2 bedroom 2 bathroom condo on the third floor backs up to a serene wooded view. Private balcony is great for relaxation.

Community is gated and located on beautiful Hoover Creek. Community dock, swimming pool and hot tub.

It’s priced less than the one bedrooms, and is not a short sale or foreclosure. The sellers are ready to sell! Unbeatable Deal!

Bring all offers!

Ideal for Armstrong students& faculty, hospital employees , investors & first time buyers, and especially HAAF.

Just minutes from the Rio

see additional photos below

– Central A/C – Central heat – High/Vaulted ceiling
– Walk-in closet – Living room – Office/Den
– Breakfast nook – Dishwasher – Refrigerator
– Stove/Oven – Microwave – Laundry area – inside
– Balcony, Deck, or Patio

– Clubhouse – Fitness center – Swimming pool(s)
– Tennis court(s)

– Located on Hoover Creek
– Boat slips available

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Contact info:
Erin Rowley
Coldwell Banker Platinum Partners
912 224 0460
For sale by agent/broker
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Posted: Feb 11, 2010, 5:54am PST

News Place Condo’s to be Auctioned

19 Oct

The News Place River Homes condo development will be going to auction on Thursday October 29, 2009.


The historic Savannah Morning News building was converted into luxury condo’s and completed less than a year ago. From then to now, only 4 units have sold in the building. Asking prices started at about $440 per square foot and decreased some over the past year, with current asking prices ranging from $300,000 to $1.25 million.

However, downtown condo prices have been averaging about $270k since August, creating a stale mate at News Place. I think it’s incredibly unfortunate that what was to be the most anticipated downtown conversion has essentially just flopped. But not for lack of trying. The condo’s themselves are stunning. Each unit is a little different from the next. The condos drip with luxury; hardwood, stainless gourmet chef’s kitchen, granite– everything that you might expect to find in a luxury home mid-city.

My heart goes out to Cathy Dunn. But according to her, this is not a distressed sale! Instead, ‘“this is just an alternate way to speed up the sales.” Similar auctions in the area have proved to be a buyer’s delight. According to Chatham County property records, the Villages at Tybee townhomes, originally priced in the same $800,000 range as the News Place condos, recently went for as little as $280,000 in an auction.

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