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Linda Turpin ~Realtor (229) 881-1529速

(229) 434-1600

Stoves $249.53

Refrigerators $269.16


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5 essential tips to turn your new house into a home Tips to remove big stress from your big move (BPT) - Moving brings great opportunities in the form of careers, social connections and new beginnings. However, the act of moving can create unnecessary stress and tension, which makes the process less than desirable. About 35 percent of Americans move every five years, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, which results in many people who are looking to simplify the process and turn their new house into a home. Celebrity design expert and ADT spokesperson Sabrina Soto has the expert moving advice to make your house a home: * Review everything being packed: If you have items you won’t use or haven’t used in six months, put them aside. They are good candidates for selling at a garage sale, listing in online classified ads, donating to charity, or as a lastcase scenario, throwing away. Also, look for ways to reduce your load. Canned goods may still have shelf

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life, but evaluate whether it makes sense to move or donate – it’s likely the

arrive at your destination. As you approach moving day, be sure to think

latter. The same goes for other items you can easily and inexpensively purchase at a discount store when you

twice before loading up at grocery or convenience stores. As you take inventory of everything in

Dianne Barlow 886-4777

Lisa Bartlett 214-0005

Judy Bowles 449-8710

Mark Daniels 347-3454

Thomasine Dye-Thomas

432-5527

Mike Flynn 376-2361

Susie Hardin 291-3977

William Jackson 344-3029

Terri Kerrey 894-3050

Erica Nepote 395-6861

Raines Watkins 291-5303

Kristy Wingate 343-4663

OPEN HOUSE 2-4 2708 N. DOUBLEGATE DRIVE $324,900 Directions: Old Dawson Rd, Right on N. Doublegate AGENT ON DUTY: WILLIAM JACKSON 344-3029

Elegant 5000+ SQ. Ft 4BR / 3.5BA custom built home on 4.2 Acres in NW Albany. This home has a Formal LR, DR, Foyer all with hardwood floors, Large Den perfect for entertaining, AND a huge game room just off the den an oversized fireplace, a glassed in sunroom, huge screen porch and light filled kitchen. Upstairs you have a large master suite with sitting room, 4 walk in closets, and separate shower and toilet area. Main floor has 3BR, 2BA, powder room and double garage. AND a huge game room just off the den that has an oversized fireplace.

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815 Tenth Ave $54,900 2BR / 2BA 1382 SF Lots of Charm on the Avenues LR w/Fplace, large yard DIANNE BARLOW 886-4777 MLS # 131301

2827 Mclain Lane $84,900 2BR / 2BA 1092 SF Great Condo, Convenient to all Amenities, Privacy Fenced Backyard w/large patio KRISTY WINGATE 343-4663 MLS # 131310

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4700 Radium Spring Rd $31,900 3.05 ACRES Wooded Corner Lot Ready for your New Home WILLIAM JACKSON 344-3029 MLS # 131298

your home, be sure to clean, organize and sort the remaining items so they can be packed quickly and then easily found when you arrive at your new home. * Get secured before you move: Feeling secure and in control is an important part of transforming a new house into a home. An ADT Pulse home security and automation system gives homeowners the ability to not only monitor their home’s security, but also control functions such as adjusting lights, unlocking doors and controlling thermostats – all with the touch of an app. Plus, it can start working for new homeowners on day one, whether using it to grant access to trusted contractors and technicians or receiving alerts when deliveries arrive at the front door. In a new neighborhood and a new house, it will be a sigh of relief to know you’re in control both at home and while away. * Keep organized on moving day: See Tips, page 3


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Walk through the old home with your movers to identify how you’d like your items organized and packed. Let them know you Continued from page 2 want the house packed room by room, which will make it easier to unpack and place everything into your new house. If you have anything fragile, be sure to note how you’d like those items to be handled, saving you plenty of time and headaches in the long run. If you’re planning to move yourself, it’s important to take precautions and protect your belongings while the truck is being loaded and unloaded. Have a team of trusted friends or family help you – the more sets of eyes, the easier it will be to keep track of your belongings. If you need to keep the truck parked overnight, back the vehicle up to a wall or garage door, which will make it difficult for someone to break in. * Make yourself a happy place: Choose one room in your new home to be the room you completely unpack and organize on the first day. This gives you a restful sanctuary where you can retreat, even if the rest of your items are still in boxes scattered among the other rooms for several days to come. * Document and share the transformation: Use your smartphone or camera to document the change of your new home as your items are unpacked and placed. This allows you to see how your hard work has paid off. If there is a room in your home that still needs some love, snap a photo and enter the #MoveInMakeover contest at www.facebook.com/adt for a chance to win $1,000, an ADT Pulse home security and automation system, and a video chat with Sabrina about your houseto-home design inspiration and ideas. No purchase necessary. Legal residents of the 50 United States (D.C.) 21 years and older. Ends 6/30/14. To enter and for Official Rules visit www.facebook.com/adt. Void where prohibited. With these tips, you can streamline your move and make it less stressful for you and your family.

Tips

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REDUCED $10,000

REDUCED $9,900

2415 E. ALBERSON $185,000, MLS#130576 4BR, 2.5BA, Brick home w/bonus room, fireplace, granite counters, eat-in kitchen. Formal LR & DR, POOL, wet bar, hot tub & more MANDY CHAMBERS 886-1853 WILLCOX REALTY, LLC

15 Per Listing Per Week

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Call us 24/7 for the Agent on Duty!

5503 OLD DAWSON ROAD $299,900, MLS#130593 5BR, 4BA, 4,024 SF Great Family Home w/2 Master Suites GEORGE ROSSO 364-8387 CENTURY 21 TOWN & COUNTRY 435-6204

of albany, inc.

NEW LISTINGS

101 Loblolly Lane $189,900, MLS# 131333, 3BR, 2.5BA, approx. 1,850 sq ft Highly demanded Callaway Lakes. LRG GR. HUGE Kit. 1 Acre Lacey McCarty 886-9701 RE/MAX OF ALBANY, INC. 434-1600

503 W. Church Street $84,500. MLS#131299 3BR, 2BA, approx 1,691 sq ft Large home with lots of character! Alice Jolley 869-0358 COLDWELL BANKER WALDEN & KIRKLAND 436-8811

$128,900, MLS# 131323 4BR, 2BA, approx 1,900 sq ft Old fashioned charm with updated interiors in a country setting

$167,500, MLS#131324 3BR, 2BA, approx 1,879 sq ft Open floor plan, lrg GR, FP, private patio & beautiful landscaping.

COLDWELL BANKER WALDEN & KIRKLAND 436-8811

COLDWELL BANKER WALDEN & KIRKLAND 436-8811

$98,000, MLS#131328 3BR, 2BA, approx. 1,210 sq ft Immaculate home! Call today for a private tour!

$274,000, MLS#131341 3BR, 2.5BA, approx. 2,920 sq ft Just minutes from the lake! In-ground pool & BR/BA above carport.

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WHO’S WHO IN MORTGAGE LENDING NATIONAL BANK Member FDIC

Jamie Parker 364-4121

Mortgage Loan Originator

Jamie.Parker @abtgold.com NMLS: 215724

www.abtgold.com

Marilyn Odum 886-0137

Marilyn.Odum@abtgold.com NMLS: 510529

2815 Meredyth Avenue, Albany, GA

(229) 446-2265

©Regions Bank, Member FDIC. Regions is a registered service mark of Regions Asset Company and is used under license. Subject to qualification, required documentation and credit approval. Certain exclusion may apply. Loan terms and availability subject to change. The Annual Percentage Rate on all adjustable rate mortgages is subject to change after consummation period. 3/29/11

Patrick Williams Loan Officer

Mortgage Specialist

2609 Ledo Road ~ Albany, GA 31707 T: (229)436-9000 F: (229)483-9003 Cell: (229)395-3051 pwilliams@colonybank.com NMLS #740704 www.colonybank.com

2910 MEREDYTH DRIVE ALBANY, GA - (229) 903-1400

Contact Debi Griffin today for Next Sunday 888-7653 working with you to make your dream of homeownership a reality.

Lisa Cannon

Loan Officer ~ Office Manager 137 Robert B Lee ~ Leesburg, GA 31763 T: (229)759-2800 F: (229)759-2808 lcannon@colonybank.com NMLS #740761 www.colonybank.com

Lay the Foundation for a Financially Secure Future with the Right Mortgage


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INSURANCE COSTS PROPERTY TAXES Home Value

Contents Value

Monthly Premium

$100,000

$80,000

$24

125,000

100,000

28

150,000

120,000

32

175,000

140,000

36

200,000

160,000

40

225,000

180,000

44

250,000

200,000

Home Value $

49

Based on 1999 Brick Veneer home in Albany. Includes replacement contents with $300,000 Liability. Has $500 deductible. Compliments of Copelan Insurance Agency, Inc.

60,000

Lee

Dougherty

$

7581

7539

$

6749

$

7249

$

$

5949

5319

$

80,000

10468

10052

8999

9666

7932

7092

100,000

13086

12565

11249

12082

9915

8866

150,000

19629

18848

16873

18124

14873

13299

200,000

26172

25131

22498

24165

19831

17732

250,000

15

14

22

06

89

22165

327

314

281

302

247

Calculations based on 2002 mileage rate -- monthly payments multiply value of home times 40%, multiply answer time mileage rate divide by twelve for monthly payment These are ESTIMATED tax rates. They are based upon 2002 millage rates for each city and county and include school tax. The Homestead Exemption discount is not included.

HOW MUCH HOUSE CAN YOU AFFORD? Monthly Gross Income

Maximum • Mortgage Payment

Maximum •• Monthly Debt

MORTGAGE RATES

Mitchell

Albany Leesburg Smithville County County County

House Value † 30 Year Mortgage

House Value‡ 15 Year Mortgage

Subject To Change Upon Short Notice

LENDER AB&T National Bank 229-446-2265

-

3.75

0

3.25

0

Ameris 229-434-4555

4.125

3.25

-

-

-

-

3.75

0

3.125

0

Colony Bank 229-436-9000

4.00

3.25

-

-

-

-

3.75

0

3.00

0

4.125 3.125

-

-

-

-

3.75

0

3.25

0

4.00

-

-

-

-

3.75

0

3.25

0

-

-

-

-

3.75

0

3.125

0

3.875

-

-

-

-

3.75

-

- -

EMG Mortgage 229-420-9364

65,164

50,028

648

73,309

56,281

2,000

560

720

81,455

62,535

2,200

616

792

89,600

68,788

2,400

672

864

97,745

75,042

2,600

728

936

105,891

81,295

2,800

784

1,008

114,036

87,549

Northside Mortgage 229-878-1499

3,000

840

1,080

122,182

93,802

12844 NML 166305 166418 28262

3,200

896

1,152

130,327

100,056

3,400

952

1,224

138,473

106,309

3,600

1,008

1,296

146,618

112,563

3,800

1,064

1,368

154,764

118,816

4,000

1,120

1,440

162,909

125,070

4,200

1,176

1,512

171,055

131,323

4,400

1,232

1,584

179,200

137,577

4,600

1,288

1,656

187,345

143,830

4,800

1,344

1,728

195,491

150,084

5,000

1,400

1,800

203,636

156,337

5,200

1,456

1,872

211,782

162,591

5,400

1,512

1,944

219,927

168,844

5,600

1,568

2,016

228,073

175,098

5,800

1,624

2,088

236,218

181,351

INTERNET PROVIDERS AT&T (Dial-up 800-436-8638) (DSL 800-263-0241) www.att.com Plantel 1-800-342-7564 SurfSouth 878-6008 RECYCLING

Keep Albany-Dougherty Beautiful 430-5257

SCHOOL INFORMATION Dougherty County Public School System Lee County School System 431-1264 229-903-2100 DAILY NEWSPAPER (circulation dept.) 888-9322 OTHER IMPORTANT NUMBERS Driver’ s License Bureau 430-4251 Automotive Tag Office 431-3255 Voter Registration 431-3247 Correct Time 436-6121 Albany-Dougherty Chamber of Commerce 434-8700

To Advertise in the Real Estate Showcase contact Debi Griffin at 888-7653 or debi.griffin@albanyherald.com

30 yr.

-

576

AT&T Residential 888-757-6500 Business 866-620-6000

Rate

-

504

www.att.com

Rate

Cap

-

448

TELEPHONE

Cap

3.125

1,800

ELECTRICAL & NATURAL GAS COMPANIES City of Albany Georgia Power Mitchell EMC Sumter EMC 883-8330 436-3304 436-0070 759-2291

(No Points) (No Points)

4.00

$1,600

• Determined by multiplying gross wages by .28, a common method used by lending institutions. •• Determined by multiplying gross wages by .36, a common method used by lending Institutions. † Based on an average interest rate of 7.5% ‡ Based on an average interest rate of 7.25% This table is intended only as a guide. For more specific information, contact a local lending institution.

30-YEAR 15-YEAR 1-YEAR ADJUSTABLE RATE (No Points) FHA and/or VA (30-Year) FHA and/or VA (15-Year) FIXED FIXED Life of USDA RATE Rate Annual Loan Margin 30 yr. Points 15 yr. Points 100% RATE

Flint Community Bank 229-903-1400 Heritage Bank 229-878-2021

3.25

4.125 3.125

4.125 3.125

Regions Mortgage Inc. 229-434-6817

4.25

3.25

-

-

-

-

3.875

-

3.50

-

3.875

Suntrust Mortgage Inc. 229-430-5494

4.375

3.25

2.99

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Synovus Mortgage 229-430-7037

4.25

3.25

-

-

-

-

3.75

0

3.25

0

Rates can be reduced with discount points. Rates are subject to change upon short notice, and discount points could change frequently. One discount point is equal to one percentage point of the loan amount and is paid when the loan is closed. Most lenders have a variety of programs. ORIGINATION FEE IS NORMALLY ONE ADDITIONAL POINT, BUT CAN VARY. Maximum amount for conventional loan is $417,000. To Participate in the column, call 888-9333. For information on specific mortgage programs call The Lender.

MORTGAGE PAYMENTS CALCULATOR Monthly interest, interest payments for 30-year, fixed rate mortgage. Escrow payments for taxes, insurance not included. Payments are rounded to the nearest dollar.

$50,000 60,000 70,000 80,000 90,000 100,000 110,000 120,000 130,000 140,000 150,000 160,000 170,000 180,000 190,000 200,000

$252 309 365 422 479 536 593 649 706 763 820 876 933 990 1047 1104

260 317 373 430 487 544 601 657 714 771 828 884 941 998 1055 1112

268 325 381 438 495 552 609 665 722 779 836 892 949 1006 1063 1120

276 333 389 446 503 560 617 673 730 787 844 900 957 1014 1071 1128

284 341 397 454 511 568 625 681 738 795 852 908 965 1022 1079 1136

292 350 409 467 525 584 641 700 759 817 875 934 992 1050 1109 1167

$300 360 420 480 540 600 660 719 779 839 899 959 1019 1079 1139 1199

$308 369 431 493 554 616 677 739 800 862 924 985 1047 1108 1170 1231

$316 379 442 506 569 632 695 758 822 885 948 1011 1075 1138 1201 1264


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Great for Seniors! 173 Peach Avenue Leesburg, Georgia 31763

is perfect with 3BR/2BA 1,838 Total SF Open Floor Plan Eat-In Kitchen With Pantry Walk-In Closet in Master Suite Privacy Fence List Price: $154,900 Senior Discount: $10,000

is the ideal home for any family with 3BR/2BA 2,427 Total SF Bonus Room Upstairs Spacious Kitchen with Walk-In Pantry List Price:$187,500 Senior Discount: $11,600

has a “Cottage-Feel” appearance 3BR/2BA 1,801 Total SF Spacious Living Room Eat-In Kitchen Split Floor Plan Large Front Porch List Price: $ 145,260 Senior Discount: $6,260

is attractive inside and out with Landscaped Yard Sprinkler System 3BR/2BA 2,002 Total SF Bonus Room Upstairs Large Living Room List Price: $ 161,700 Senior Discount: $5,800

is Attractive! 3 BR/2BA Split Floor Plan Open Living Room Eat-In Kitchen Large Front Porch 1,801 Total SF List Price: $145,260 Senior Discount: $6,260

229-881-0434 229-343-1412 Missy Hancock Office Cell www.plantationbuilders.com For more property information, dial 903-1200 enter code 1030

229-886-3006 April H. Harris


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Decorating with light captures the fresh spirit of spring (BPT) - Something about spring seems to inspire us to lavish attention on our homes. Whether enthusiastically cleaning or freshening decor, Americans seize spring as an opportunity to breathe new life into interior spaces. While painting and decluttering are great ways to revitalize home decor, for sheer spring-like impact it’s hard to beat decorating with light. Incorporating light into interior design can go far beyond a few strategically placed, attractive lamps and some upgraded overhead lights. It’s possible to use both natural and artificial lighting to complement other decor and architectural elements, and to create a brighter, upbeat mood that’s perfect for warm weather. Not sure where to begin? Here are a few concepts to keep in mind as you begin decorating with light: Natural beauty There’s no debating the benefits of natural light for boosting mood. After

Boost daylighting by lightening up window treatments to admit as much sunshine as possible, choose fresh paint colors that interplay well with the direction from which light enters a room, and consider adding skylights to rooms that demand drama or where adding a window isn’t practical. A relatively low cost home improvement that can be accomplished by a professional in a day or two or over a single weekend, adding a skylight not only enhances home decor, it delivers energy-saving benefits as well. Skylights can help reduce dependence on artificial lighting – saving money on electricity bills. And, if you choose an ENERGY STAR certified solar-powered, freshair skylight like those made by Velux America and add remotecontrolled, solar-powered blinds, you can improve the skylight’s energy performance rating by as much as 45 percent while improving indoor air quality through the venting effect of open skylights (which close automatically in case of rain). Solarpowered skylights and blinds qualify for a 30 percent federal tax credit, as does the cost of installation. Visit www.whyskylights.com to learn more. Lightening colors

dark, short winter days, spring brings abundant sunshine, and you can put all that natural light to work in your home.

Some hues absorb more light, making them appear darker which causes the room to look dark as well. Spring is a great time to lighten colors throughout the home, and not just wall colors. Fresh paint brightens any room, but to amplify the effect, choose lighter, less intense colors such as pastel yellows, peaches and soft blues. Continue the color upgrade through key decorating elements such as upholstery fabric, accent rugs, window treatments and wall art. Choose colors that speak to you of spring, whether it’s an Easter egg pale purple, a cheerful sky blue or a bright grass green. Replace heavy winter drapes

with translucent sheers that admit natural light and give rooms an airy, open feeling. Upgrading other light sources While you take steps to maximize the amount of natural light that enters you home, artificial lighting will always be needed, especially when spring showers darken the skies for a while. Choose light fixtures – including floor and table lamps – that continue the bright, easy atmosphere you’ve already created with color and natural light. Keep in mind the importance of layering light with a mix of sources throughout a room, and choose lighting styles that fit the room’s purpose. For

example, in kitchens where a lot of work gets done, overhead and under-counter lights provide the best illumination for cooking and other chores. In bedrooms, wall sconces and table lamps provide softer, more soothing light. Don’t overlook energy efficiency when you’re revamping your artificial lighting. Spring is a great time to boost your home’s energy efficiency by replacing old, electricity-guzzling incandescent light bulbs with energy-sipping CFLs and LEDs. While these bulbs may cost more to purchase, you’ll save money over their usable life. Energy.gov says these bulbs use 25 to 80 percent less energy than incandescents, and can last three to 25 times longer.

JOHN ANDERSON

BROKER/OWNER APPRAISER

881-3331

TOMMY YORK MOBILE

347-3381

CAROL YORK MOBILE

347-3433

www.ugottamove.com

229-883-3000 REDUCED

2025 W. Broad, Albany Motivated Seller, 3BR, 1.5 BA, screened porch, wired workshop, fenced rear yard.

2808 Reeves Lane Cute & well maintained, 3 BR, 2 BA, 1308 sq. ft. Call agent today for appt.

2015 Old Dominion DR Immaculate 4 BR, 2 BA, remodeled with spacious floor plan, situated on 2.7 ac. Large laundry room. Double garage. Allots of extras.


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OPEN HOUSE 2- S U 4 N pm

2- SU 4 N pm

PRICED REDUCED

514 Whipporwill Rd

2704 W. Doublegate Drive

$164,900, MLS# 130650, 3 BR/3 BA, 2080 SF, Built-in Bookcases, Open Floor Plan, His & Hers Walk-in Closets HOPE WILKERSON 291-6702 ERA ALL IN ONE REALTY 888-6670

$179,900 MLS# 130490, 4 BR/3 BA, Over 2,600 SF Drastic Reduction! Great Home Within Walking Distance Of The Country Club. PATSY MARTIN 343-8197 COLDWELL BANKER WALDEN & KIRKLAND 436-8811

Gillionville To Meadowlark. Right On Meadowlark To S. Audubon. Left On S. Audubon To Whipporwill. Right On Whippoorwill. House On Right

From Old Dawson Rd Turn Right On W Doublegate

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5503 OLD DAWSON RD Old Dawson Rd. West To Forrester Rd. 2nd House Past Forrester Rd.

$299,900 MLS# 130593, 5 BR/4 BA, 4024 SF, 2 Master Suites Each With Own Bathroom, Huge 42x35 Covered Porch GEORGE ROSSO 364-8387 CENTURY 21 TOWN & COUNTRY 435-6204

192 CEDAR POINT - CORDELE, GA

Hwy 300 N To Lake Blackshear, Take Left Onto Coney, 3rd Left On Cork Ferry Rd, Right On Ray Rd, Left Cedar Point, Go Through Entrance, Take A Slight Left, Home On Left

$1,400,000, MLS# 130853, 5 BR/3Full 2 Half BA, 6000 SF, Lake Blackshear French Country Estate! Over 2000ft On Water! 3+ Acres, JEAN SHIVER 347-0221 RE/MAX OF ALBANY 434-1600

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1807 FOREST GLEN

1550 WEBB ST

East On 12th Ave From Dawson Rd, Right On Forest Glen

$94,500, MLS# 131070, 3 BR/1.5 BA, 1484 SF, Quiet Cul-de-sac, Formal LR/DR Area, Kit w/brkfst Area, Sep. Den, Hdwd Flrs, Pretty Backyard PAT TRICQUET 886-3427 RE/MAX OF ALBANY 434-1600

Westover To Westgate Turn Left, Turn Left On Webb, Sign In Yard

$124,900 MLS# 131076, 4 BR/2 BA, 1875 SF, Wk Shop, Fenced B/Y Storage Building, Den, Fireplace, Lake Park School VICKIE GILES-GRIFFIN 894-2424 RE/MAX OF ALBANY, INC. 434-1600

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1614 DEVON DRIVE

From Westover Turn Right On Westgate Then Left On Devon

$149,900 MLS# 130806, 3 BR/2 BA, 1680 SF, Great Price In Devon Village! Come See It Today! MARY LINDA COTTEN 347-0953 COLDWELL BANKER WALDEN & KIRKLAND 436-8811

Call Debi Griffin today to place your Open House

www.needmoreproperties.com Crofton Subdivision

Dougherty Co 147+/- acres PRICE REDUCED!!! Great HUNTING TRACT, 15+/-ac planted pines, 85+/- ac hardwoods, 10+/- ac lowlands and 35+/- ac open fields Just off the bypass on US 82 & Ashwood St. Bob Dutton 894-7373

4818 MARLBOROUGH $310,000 MLS#131336 5BR/3BA/2 half BA, 4382 SF Immaculate condition, sunroom, sprinkler system, plantation shutters & many more extras Debbie Satterfield 343-6307

Commercial/ Investment Opportunity

Price Reduced!

1602 EAST BROAD $199,000 MLS# 128059 Store-front strip center Two units already rented.

2203 WATERGATE $126,000, MLS# 130598 3BR/2BA, 1728 SF Great Location & Floor Plan. Updated Kitchen. Plantation Shutters. Many more extras!

229-888-7653

OPEN HOUSE LISTINGS $

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FEATURED HOME

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Article and Photos by JENNIFER KING  jennifer.king@albanyherald.com his week’s featured home is located just off Old Dawson Road in Albany. This 2,190 square foot brick family home features four bedrooms, four bathrooms, and plenty of living space! A rocking chair front porch provides a comfortable space to relax and enjoy the outdoors. The front door opens to reveal a traditional foyer with new, gleaming hardwood floors. This deep, rich wood flooring also runs throughout the formal living room and dining room. To the left of the foyer is the formal living room. Natural light shines through two sunny windows and reflects nicely off the warm hardwoods. Crown molding

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$139,900

3523 Wexford Dr, Albany and base boards finish the space. A doorway to the left of the room features decorative trim, and it leads into the formal dining room. In the dining room you will find the same trim details with the addition of chair rail molding. A chandelier denotes the center of the space. There is plenty of room in here to host family holidays or to just entertain guests. Adjacent to the dining room is the kitchen, which showcases new flooring. Bright white cabinets and white appliances make the space light and airy. There is a ton of cabinet storage and countertop work space. The sink is situated under a cheery window that overlooks the side yard.

There is a pantry closet for dry goods storage. A breakfast bar separates the kitchen and breakfast nook, and a nearby built-in desk provides a convenient place to complete homework. A door in the breakfast nook leads out to the carport and backyard. A doorway to the right of the nook leads into a large den with a brick fireplace and built-in bookshelves. This is a cozy room to share time with the family! To the right of the foyer is a newly carpeted hallway, which leads to all of the bedrooms and bathrooms. On the right are two bedrooms which share a Jack and Jill style bathroom. On the left you will find an additional bedroom and a hall

bathroom that adjoins with the master bathroom. The master suite is at the end of the hall and features two double closets and a private bath. Outside there is a double carport with a storage room. Inside the storage room is a half bathroom. A gate from the carport leads into the fenced backyard. This is a safe place for kids and pets to play, and it has plenty of natural landscaping. This home has recently been updated and is a mustsee! If you would like further information or a private tour, please contact Jackie Dixon of 1 Key Realty at her office (229) 883-6155 or on her cell (229) 669-5004.

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Clutter-clearing home cleaning tips turn chaos into harmony (BPT) - The stack of shoes that pile up by the front door, the linen closet that you’re afraid to open, the junk drawer that may well hide the mysteries of the universe – we all have one or two spots in our home that cry out for organization and tidying. Spring cleaning season is approaching, and with a plan of attack you can take this opportunity to clear away clutter, organize underutilized spaces and generally improve the overall usability of your home. Procter & Gamble and The Home Depot have teamed up with seven DIY bloggers to offer 14 room-by-room tips for getting organized this spring: Cutting kitchen chaos * Nearly everyone has one drawer in their kitchen that becomes the “catch-all spot.” Empty yours, wipe down the inside, and insert a silverware tray to help organize pens, batteries, buttons, random screws and other items that find their way into the drawer. You can find drawer inserts and many other organizational tools at The Home Depot near you. * Every family needs a central spot for sharing information. But if a cork board, white board or chalkboard isn’t your idea of wall decor, try hiding them away on the inside of a kitchen cabinet. Mount a cork panel on the inside of a cabinet door, or use chalkboard paint to create a hidden and useful spot for notes, shopping lists, coupons and reminders. * You likely sweep the kitchen floor daily, but floors can also benefit from a good steam cleaning at least once a week. Steam cleaners like the Swiffer Bissell Steamboost deeply penetrate dirt and remove messes mops might leave behind. * Organize the cupboard and pantry by using boxes, jars and baskets with labels on them. When it’s time to put an item away, everyone will know where it belongs, rather than be tempted to toss it randomly into a cupboard. Better bathrooms * Bathroom drawers can easily become cluttered. Place desk

organizing trays in drawers so that items like makeup, combs, curling irons, etc. stay neat and orderly. A bit of Velcro keeps trays in place and makes it easy to remove them when it’s time to clean them out. * The cabinet under the sink can be a scary place. Baskets bring both organization and style to under-sink storage spaces. * Not everything needs to be hidden away. A basket makes a great way to cleverly display toilet paper and still make it easily accessible when needed. Placing grooming supplies in a tiered serving tray brings organization, style and convenience to a bathroom. * Scent is a key concern in bathrooms. Scrubbing the shower, floors, toilet and sink until they sparkle is a good start, but sometimes baths need a scent boost. Try placing scented candles in the bathroom to help neutralize odors and add a fresh, welcoming aura to the room. Lighten the load in laundry rooms * Even small laundry rooms often have unused space above the washer and dryer where you can install shelving for storage. Head over to your local home improvement store for a variety of shelving to store detergents, stain removers and fabric softeners. * Add a rolling cart or laundry butler to

your laundry room. It’s a great way to add organization and function to the space, helping keep clothes off the floor – plus they’re simple to transport. * Laundry rooms are often overlooked in the decor department, but a fresh coat of paint can really liven up a dingy, utilitarian room. Choose a bold and bright color – the laundry room is about making things clean, so the room should inspire the vividness you want to achieve in your clothes. Cleaning up closets * Empty your linen closet and refresh all those stale sheets with a good wash with Tide HE Laundry Detergent, which

infuses fabrics with its fresh original scent. Keep sets together by bundling sheets and pillowcases together with a bit of ribbon. It also makes for a pretty display inside the closet. * Swapping mismatched hangers for one type is a quick, easy way to make a closet look more organized, clean and stylish. * Consider creating a cleaning closet or cabinet where all your cleaning supplies live. Having all supplies in one spot will make it easier to take stock and know what you need to buy on your next trip to The Home Depot. For more bright ideas and inspiration from bloggers visit finditathomedepot.com.


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5 ways for borrowers to keep their cool in a warming mortgage market

(BPT) - Both the weather and the slump of the previous years’ housing markets are starting to thaw. It’s an exciting time of recovery and change. Whether you’re hitting the open houses, fixing up your home for sale, or just renovating, being fully prepared is key to a low-stress experience. “Buyers and homeowners in today’s market still have historically low rates available to them,” says Navy Federal’s Vice President, Mortgage Lending, Katie Miller. “But they will need to follow a few steps to ensure they’re able to get the best deal possible.” Miller shares her top five recommendations on how to make applying for your home loan a positive, stress-free experience: 1. Know where you stand

Knowing your credit history, score, and what you can realistically afford are the most important factors in seeing how lenders view you in 2014. It’s easy to check up on your own credit

your

worthiness since you’re given one free credit report annually at www.annualcreditreport.com. Review it for mistakes, missed payments, and collection accounts and fix them before you apply for a loan. For a small fee, you can also find out your numerical credit score. Scores range from 300 to 850; overall, the higher your score, the better you’ll qualify for a loan. 2. Curb your spending Remember, lenders are watching your credit report from the time you apply until the time you close. Sometimes even slight changes will bring up a red flag – so this is not the time to apply for any new credit, rack up balances, or make late payments. Cut unnecessary expenses and boost savings. Lenders like Navy Federal offer free online calculators to get a picture of monthly payments and how they’ll fit in to your budget. 3. Come prepared

Lenders want to make sure that you have the ability to repay your loan. Getting all your documents in order helps speed up the process when it comes time for getting approved. Your lender may require more information to complete your loan application, but having the following ready helps get things started: your last two pay stubs/Leave and Earnings Statement (LES), W-2s/tax returns for the past two years, and two months of bank/stock statements. Make sure you keep good records of your finances and can explain all deposits – including that birthday gift from mom and dad. 4. Know your options Remember to make sure that the lender who pre-approves your loan is offering you the best deal – some

lenders, like Navy Federal, even offer to match competitor’s rates. Look into all loan product options. A good lender will consider all of your factors to find a mortgage that’s right for you. Compare interest rates at financial institutions – even a half percentage point can lower your monthly payment and can save you thousands of dollars over the life of your home loan. This is also true of unnecessary or unexpected fees. Be sure to shop around. 5. Get all the hand-holding you need Whether you’re a first-time buyer or you’re looking at how best to use your equity, you are considering a major financial decision. Find a lender who can work with you one-on-one from your first call to closing. You should feel confident that they are going to put you in the best loan for your needs.

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Driveways to mailboxes: Oft-overlooked items that drive curb appeal While a mailbox that looks good might not get much attention, one that’s ugly or shabby is sure to draw the kind of attention you don’t want. If you live in a community that restricts what type of mailbox you can have, simply give your rusted, stained mailbox and the post it sits on a fresh coat of paint in its original color. If your community has no standards for mailboxes, you can swap out an ordinary looking box with something that compliments your exterior design. Does your home have a brick facade? Consider a mailbox set in or on a brick pillar. If your house features fieldstone accents, consider carrying that over to the mailbox with a small, stonetrimmed planting bed at its base. * Lavish your front door with some TLC

(BPT) - Selling or staying, it makes no difference – everyone wants a home that looks great from the curb. Curb appeal comes together when all the elements of a home’s facade are in good shape and working together. Driveways that are cracked or pitted with potholes, dingy front doors and other seemingly minor complaints like a shabby, scuffed mailbox, can all significantly detract from a home’s overall curb appeal. Here is a handful of projects – many of them quick fixes – that can greatly enhance a home’s appearance. * Repair or resurface your driveway. For many homes, the driveway is one of the largest visual elements of the home’s overall curb appeal, ranking right up there with siding, the roof and the lawn. If winter was rough on your driveway, it’s time to think of making repairs. Concrete can crack and crumble, and asphalt develops potholes. Both can be repaired quickly

and easily. For any driveway repair, make sure the area to be repaired has been cleaned of debris and loose materials. Cleaning with a hose or pressuring washing can improve the entire surface. For asphalt driveways, Sakrete U.S. Cold Patch is a ready-touse recycled asphalt product that permanently patches potholes, cracks and other defects without the oily mess or bad smell of a conventional blacktop patch. Simply pour the product into the pothole and tamp it down. It is not oily or sticky, so you can even use your car to do the job – just drive tires over the patch to compress it. Concrete driveways can develop different types of cracks: very small and shallow resembling a dry river bed; cracks between 1/8 and 1/4 inch wide; and cracks wider and deeper than 1/4 inch. Your choice of repair method will depend on how you want the finished product to look and how much time you have to make the repair. Portland cement-based Sakete Top n Bond can be used to repair all three

types of cracks, and will provide a finished look that most closely resembles the existing concrete driveway. For tiny cracks, simple coat the entire area with a thin layer of the patching material. Top n Bond easily fills cracks wider an deeper than 1/4 inch. You can also use it to repair areas where one slab of the driveway has sunk lower than the slab next to it. If appearance is less important, an even easier option for repairing cracks 1/8 to 1/4 inch wide is to use a tube product, like Sakrete Concrete & Mortar Repair, and apply it with a caulk gun. Repairing damaged asphalt or concrete driveways not only improves its appearance, it can help extend its life, too. * Put the shine on your mailbox It sits at the end of your driveway and often plays a key role in helping guests find your house. But do you give your mailbox the attention – and the credit – it’s due? Little things can mean a lot when it comes to creating curb appeal.

The door is the point where your exterior design meets your interior décor. It’s also an element that significantly impacts how visitors view your home. Give yours a fresh coat of paint or stain, and don’t forget the trim around the door. Next, consider lighting. Is the area around the door well lit? Good lighting is key not only for safety at night but also to enhance the appeal of the area. Consider sconces beside the door or an attractive overhead fixture if your door has an awning, porch or overhang. Ground lights can accent the effect, either illuminating the pathway that leads to the door or lighting up the door itself. Finally, take a look at the door hardware. Is the handle or knob looking rusted and shabby? Replacing worn or dated door hardware is an easy, costeffective way to improve the overall look of your entryway. Anyone hoping to sell their home during warmer months can greatly enhance curb appeal by investing in these seemingly minor design elements. If you plan to stay in your house, boosting the curb appeal will make you feel even better about coming home every day to a fresh, appealing house.


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14 Wide, Furnished 2BR, Spring Flats Rd., CH&A, $400/mo + dep. Call 776-3962

DW, 3BR/2BA, Lee Co., fenced yrd $700/mo $700 dep, Near Albany. Call 229-349-1001

2, 3, & 4 BR Clean w/AC, $300/mo and up, $250 deposit Call 436-7108

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Condominium for sale or lease. Eagle Trace-2755 McLain Lane Albany Ga. 2 bd, 2 bath condo for sale or lease. Full appliances including dishwasher. Covered patio, complete privacy fence in backyard. Asking price for purchase-$80,000, lease option $750.00 per month with $750.00 damage deposit. Contact 229-886-5793 for more information.

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108 COURTNEY CT, 3BR/2BA $725/mo, No Grafa Cell: 850-570-5901 229-349-3408 128 Westcott Ln. 3BR/2BA, tile/wood floors, yard service provided, $695/mo $695 dep. Call 888-0886

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1BR/1BA Baldwin Dr. adjoining Merry Acres, Stove & refrigerator, $400/Mo $300/Dep 888-7900 3BR/2BA Duplex FOR RENT. Call 435-0604 LEE 2BR/2BA, No Grafa/Pets. Year Lease 432-1551 Lee Co.100B Winding Way 3BR/2BA $625. 291-8510 NEW

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2BR/1BA, NW Albany, off Ledo Rd. No Pets/Grafa. $575/mo + dep. 894-3205

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2 PANAMA CITY BEACH Condo’s in Regency Towers FOR RENT, 435-0604/881-6202 PCB Special Rate!5BR/3BA $189/Night House fully furnished house Private Pool, 1 Block a w a y f r o m b e a c h . user1943@aol.com

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3BR/21⁄2BA Townhome 1370 sqft, $625/mo $300 dep. NOTTINGHAM APARTMENTS. Call 229-432-9351

1, 2, 3 BR. Furnished, $85/wk. Downtown. Unfurnished $225-$375/mo, appl., 435-7646

918 7th - CLEAN-LIKE NEW! 2 BR 1 bath $495/mth deposit $500. 2313 Friar Tuck-2BR 1 1/2 bath townhouse $595/mth deposit $600 call 854-5433 or 886-4115

1 & 2/BR APARTMENTS FOR RENT. $435-$625/mo All appliances. 229-430-0166

LEE CO. 3BR/2BA, cable, f e n c e d , A D T, $ 6 9 5 / M o 343-2576

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REGENCY CLUB APARTMENTS Call Miyelle @ 229-888-0148 & ask about our 1⁄2 Price Rent, $50 application fee & $99 deposit. DCA Welcome! Located close to New Wal-mart. Special subject to change.

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Call about our Specials!! 229-435-4325 New Albany Homes Rental Units Available 2BR- $300 + $200/Dep 110-D Marie Rd 110-A Marie Rd 203-A Marie Rd 1BR- $235 + $200/Dep 113-B Marie Rd 107-B Marie Rd 106-C Marie Rd 110-C Marie Rd 229-889-8787 PINE FOREST APARTMENTS Call Lavonne & ask about our Spectacular Move-In Specials!! Free Gift with 1 yr lease upon availability. DCA Welcomed! Located close to New Wal-mart. Call 434-1311. Special subject to change.

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1, 2, 3 BR Homes For Rent or Sale 229-344-2237

2&3BR $675 & $775 + Dep. No Pets. 224-4549

1408 7th Ave, 3BR/1BA, $650/mo $650 dep. Call 229-894-5902

1203 Whispering Pines Albany, GA 31707 More Available @ www.rentalbanyga.com Mon-Fri 9am-5pm *DUPLEXES* 123 Westcott 3BR/2BA(Special) $750/$600 1100-A Blaylock St. 2BR/1BA (SPECIAL) $375/mo $250 dep. 3975 Rodnor Forest Ln. 3BR/2BA (Special) $650/mo $475 dep. 914-C 20th Ave. 2BR/1BA, (SPECIAL) $550/mo $400 dep. 1112- B Wingate 2BR/1BA (SPECIAL) $275/mo $195dep. 1107 N. Madison St. #2 3BR/2BA (SPECIAL) $725/mo $600 dep. *APARTMENTS* 2211 Gillionville Rd. #17 & #2, 1BR/1BA $495/mo $400 dep. (SPECIAL) 701 9th Ave. #5, #11, #14 (SPECIAL) 1BR/1BA $275/mo $200 dep. 709 6th Ave. #2 1BR/1BA $250/mo $250 dep. *HOUSES* 182 Mayfield Dr 3BR/2BA, (SPECIAL) $1000/mo $750 dep.

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119 Dru Ct 3BR/2BA, (SPECIAL) $850/mo $675 dep. 126 Twelve Oaks Ct. 3BR/2BA (LEESBURG) $850/mo $650 dep. 2519 Crescent 3BR/1BA (SPECIAL) $550/mo $450 dep.

1017 RELSWOOD TER 2BR/1BA $575/mo $575 dep. OFFICE SPACE: Individual Office Space for Rent, Location: 1120 Stuart Ave. (Geer & Associates) Utilities Included.

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211, 203 & 205 Cloud Ln. 3BR/2BA (SPECIAL) $865/mo $865 dep. 145 White Oak Ln. 4BR/2BA Lee Co. $1385/mo $1385 dep.

House for Lease Lee Co., 2AC, 3BR/3BA,Over 2900 sqft. 2CHA. dbl carport & utility house. $1200/Mo + $1200/Dep. 2 yr lease required.Call Don 347-0421 Owner Financing w/ $30,000

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(2) 3BR Mobile Homes 3/4 AC ea. $565/MO 4 Miles S. of Airport. Very Nice! 436-2647 2BR/2BA, Lee Co. 123-B Winding Way. $575/mo $400 dep. 2609 Costner Ct., 2BR/2BA, $625/mo $500 dep. 3BR/2BA 1823 Cobblestone Ct. $750/Mo, $600/Dep Call 432-0317 3-4BR/2BA, Pool, 1502 N. Va l e n c i a , $ 7 7 5 / m o . C a l l 413-222-9033

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2208 Grady St 3BR/1BA CH&A, Appliances $450/$350 Ready (229) 420-4600

185 WISTERIA (LEE CO) 4BR-2BA…$1300RNT/800DEP

114-B ACACIA (LEE CO) 2BR-2BA…$525RNT/$300DEP

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2226 A BEDFORD CT. 3BR-2BA $725/mo.

336-B STATION CROSSING 3BR-2BA…$450RNT/$300DEP

129 MOSSYDALE 3BR-2BA…$950RNT/ 500DEP

4855 PINTO DR 3BR-2BA $650/mo.

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3608 MAYFAIR 3BR-2BA…$750RNT/$400DEP

4854 PINTO DR 3BR-1BA $600/mo.

607 HEARTWOOD LANE 3BR, 2BA $525/mo.

1012-A DAVIDSON 2BR-1BA…$400RNT/$200DEP

430 E DORSETT AVE. 2BR-1.5 BA $400/mo.

GARDNER, WHITING, & MALONE 2BR-1BA…$325RNT/$50DEP 2302 OLD DOMINION 3BR-2BA…$725RNT/$400DEP

808 EDGEWOOD DRIVE 1BR - 1BA $375/mo.

118-A & B AUGUSTA CT (LEE CO) 3BR-2BA…$650RNT/$400DEP

1300 B COLQUITT AVE 2BR- 1BA $330/mo.

1710 DORCHESTER 3BR/2BA…$1000RNT/$650DEP

1205 BAKER AVE 1BR-1BA $300/mo.

1305 GARY 3BR/1BA…$800RNT/$650DEP

1204 B COLQUITT 2BR-1BA $275/mo.

2611-A POINTE NORTH 3BR/1.5BA…$625RNT/$350DEP

203 #3 PATROL 1 BR/1 BA $275/mo

184 HUNTINGDON DR (LEE CO) 3BR/2BA…$1300RNT/$900DEP

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1805 FULTON AVE 3BR-1BA $595/mo.

3BR/1BA & 2BR/1BA Quiet neighborhood. AC 291-8364 $500-$300

Lee Co. 1BR Waterfront. No p e t s . Wa t e r a n d Tr a s h Included. $500 mo. + $500 deposit. 894-9691.

6100 JAMES DR 2BR-2BA $695/mo.

1920-A & B BUCK LN 3BR-2BA…$695RNT/$400DEP

3BR/1.5BA $599/MO 881-3366

Pay Stubs required: No Sect.8 645 12th Ave. 3/1, 550 R&D; 1601 Whis Pines 3/1.5, 725 R&D; 1313 Mobile 3/1, 495 R&D; 808 Rood 2/1 duplex 325 R&D. Call 229-395-5802 (9-7)

712-A EIGHTH AVE 2BR-1BA…$450RNT/$300DEP

1027 SUMMITT 3BR-3BA…$1100RNT/$700DEP

UNFURNISHED HOMES

1926 Dawson Rd.

229-888-1515 1108 3rd Avenue

Dougherty County 1110 WINGATE AVENUE 3BR/1Bath $500/Mo $400/Dep 808 PATTERSON AVENUE 2BR/1Bath $600/Mo $600/Dep 2202 PEMBROKE DRIVE 3BR/1.5Bath $750/Mo $750/Dep 903A 8TH AVENUE 2BR/1Bath $450/Mo $450/Dep 806 RESIDENCE AVENUE 3BR/1Bath $400/Mo $200/Dep 2003 GARY AVENUE 3BR/2Bath $925/Mo $925/Dep 308A CARRIAGE LANE 3BR/1Bath $450/Mo $0.00/Dep 312B CARRIAGE LANE 2BR/1Bath $400/Mo $0.00/Dep 406 VICK STREET 3BR/1Bath $450/Mo $300/Dep Lee County 284 LINDEN ROAD 2BR/2Bath $525/Mo $525/Dep 300 THUNDERING SPRINGS RD 3BR/2Bath $600/Mo $600/Dep

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Deposit Is Same As Rent

132 N Magnolia

Office or Beauty Salon $425/mo

3717-B Mayfair, 513-A Lucille 2BR/1BA $435/mo 606 N. Cleveland Upstairs 1BR $285 512-A W. Residence 1BR/1BA $275/mo 2709 W. Doublegate 4BR/3BA $895/mo

3BR/2BA 2000 sqft $1395/mo

2303 Dominion Ct AptB 3BR/2BA $725 506 N. Carroll

888-5843

2BR/1BA $295

FOR RENT

256 Helen St.

Leesburg - House 3 Bed / 2 Bath On 1 Acre Off Philema Road $795/month

2515-C Buck Crt Townhouse, 2 Bed, 1.5 Bath, $550/month

417 Johnny Williams Road 409-B Station Crossing Dr. 3 Bed, 1 Bath, large eat-in kitchen, carport. DCA Accepted. $575/month

Duplex, 3 Bed, 2 Bath, DCA Accepted, $575/month Police Officers $500/Month

435-5467 110 N. WESTOVER BLVD ALBANY, GA


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UNFURNISHED HOMES

Executive Home in Lee Co. 103 Buck Ct in Hunters Ridge N. S u b d v. 4 B R / 2 . 5 B A o v e r 2300sqft,lg bonus room over dbl. garage, lots of storage, lg, lot,quiet subdv, exc. location for Millers Brewery, P&G, MCLB, & Phoebe. $1700/mo w/ $1700/dep. Call 344-7420

New Home For Lease 3BR/2BA in the City of Leesburg. $1200/mo. Call 229-343-0900.

1001 Hobson St

4 BD/2 BA $650 Dep/$650 Rent

1227 Lincoln Ave

3 BD/2 BA $500 Dep/$500 Rent

502 Mitchell Ave

3 BD/1 BA $450 Dep/$450 Rent

1536 DOUGHERTY AVE, ALBANY, GA

229-420-8929 Ext. 2101

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LEE CO, 4BR/2BA,Garage New Construction $1300/MO The Wright Co. 435-0654 Lee County 3BR Available 435-1327

3 BR / 1 BA GRAFA APPROVED RENT 450 DEP 450

1709 GORDON

GRAFA APPROVED 3 BR / 1 BA RENT 525 DEP 475

1510 PALMYRA

GRAFA APPROVED 3 BR / 2 BA RENT 550 DEP 500

&

4BR

B&B Rental Agency Since 1946 605 Pine Ave • 435-5216

339 B CREEKSIDE (LEE) 3BR $595 mth/$500 dep 3708 COUNTRYSIDE 3BR $695 mth/$600 dep 1009 A 1ST AVE 1BR $450 mth/$400dep 145 A CROW (LEE) 3BR $595 mth/ $500 dep 183 ROBERTSON (LEE) 3BR $995 mth/$900 dep 132 B TWISTED PINES (LEE) 3BR $650 mth/$600 dep 2305 A OLD DOMINION 3BR $695 mth/$600 dep

681 **HOUSES** 104 ALMOND

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UNFURNISHED HOMES

WHSE. SPACE / MINI-WAREHOUSE

Blakely, GA warehouse space for Rent. Great location in city. 6.51 ac fenced w/60K sqft of space, 2 loading docks, plenty room for employee parking. Formally clothing mfg. 2000sq ft ofc space in front w/reception area. $2000/month 718-222-0007

ACREAGE OVER 75

702

ACREAGE UNDER 75

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HOMES FOR SALE

305 ACRES of Prime Land with 3 houses, CRP open/crop land and pond... May divide. Call Allied Land 759-1023

2013 Lexus RX 350, FWD 4DR, 39,877 mi. $38,788 Butler 888-242-3341

This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis.

HOMES FOR SALE

Interested in Hud Home‘s Call me about the $100 down hud program. Must have 580 credit score. Call me at One Key Realty Bob Andrews 229-321-9047

Publisher’s Notice

EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY All real estate advertised in this newspaper is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act of 1988 which makes it illegal to advertise any preference limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin or any intention to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination.

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COMMERCIAL LOTS

Commercial Lot For Sale. Great Location 2901 Gillionville Road. Call 229-343-0900.

705

CONDOMINIUMS & TOWNHOUSES

FSBO 2BR Condo 14th St. Atlanta.Close to GA Tech/GA State- Perfect for students or professionsal please call: 404-431-7091

706

3BR/2BA Worth Co. 6111 Ruben Ln. 28X64 Double wide on 1ac land, den w/ fireplace, LR. 894-5077 Reduced Price!

Lee Co. Owner Financing Avail. 3BR/2BA, Garage, Fireplace & Appl. 435-1327

BEAUTIFUL, Custom 4 BR/4BA home, 1.3 acre wooded lot, gated community with pool, walking trails & fish pond. 229-347-0845.

LEE COUNTY, 897 LOVERS LN RD. Modular Home on 1.91 AC‘s., Great starter home, 3 Bedroom/2 Bath (28 x 64) 1792 Sq. Ft., Custom Floors in Kitchen & livingroom.4 Miles from Lee County 9th Grade Academy. Nice Quite Corner!! $79,900. APPT. ONLY, CALL J. DURHAM & ASSOCIATES @ (229) 436-2733

DAWSON AREA, Extra Nice 3200 sqft home on 15 acres with 7 ac lake. Beautiful landscaping. 3 mi above Dawson at 1769 Hwy 45 North (no sign). 12 yrs old. $325,000. Call James Dalton Realty 229-874-6825 anytime. For Sale 4BR/2BA in the City of Leesburg, $161,700. Call 229-347-0845. FSBO, 3BR/2BA in the City of Leesburg. Call 229-343-0900.

DUPLEXES

FSBO in the City of Leesburg. 3BR/2BA $139,900. Call 229-347-0845

Open House Today! 2-4! 108 Fortner Crt. Lee Co. 4,26 Acres in Dogwood Plantation, 3/BR/2BA, built 2006, Open Floor Plan $214,000 Call 850-512-8466

Open House! Today 2-5 Lee Co. 3BR/2BA 126 Upatoi Rd. $124,900 439-0891

REAL ESTATE Deadline

LEE Co QUADRAPLEX Leesburg, GA. 229-224-4549

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HOMES FOR SALE

3BR/3BA Lee Co. 2200sqft, gameroom, lg decks, inground pool, workshop, fenced yard. $169,900 869-7089 By Appointment

House for Sale Lee Co., 2AC, 3BR/3BA, Lg. living rm, Kitchen w/ bar,, dining area, lg. wash rm, 20X20 game rm, 12X17 bonus rm upstairs. Over 2900 sqft. 2CHA. Lg. Closet space, 20X40 Deck, dbl carport & utility house. $198,000 Call Don 347-0421 Owner Financing w/ $30,000

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800 SHAMROCK

3 BR / 2 BA RENT 825 DEP 725

117 WHITETAIL

LEE COUNTY 3 BR / 2 BA RENT 1050 DEP 950

**TOWNHOUSE** 2307 B JIM STOKES 2 BR / 2.5 BA RENT 650 DEPT 450 1212 Dawson Road Albany, GA 31707

www.albanyrealtyco.com 229.883.6100

REDUCED FSBO Lee CO. home. 894 Hwy 32 W, 3 br/2.5 ba, 1782 sq.ft, 2.3 acres, Sunroom, Jacuzzi, Fireplace, Wood/Tile floors,Termite bond. $173,000 OBO. 678-982-6803

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RENTAL PROPERTY

CALL THE ALBANY HERALD CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT TODAY TO GET YOUR PROPERTY RENTED!! 229-888-9333


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