Master List of Atlanta Real Estate Investing Resources

Master List of Atlanta Real Estate Investing Resources

This is a living document. We Buy Ugly Houses Atlanta’s marketing team updates it as new resources become available and old resources close, relocate, or change. If you know about a real estate investment resource you would like to see listed here, let us know using the comments section at the bottom of this post.

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Market research

Most real estate investors know about Trulia and Zillow from their days as an agent or real estate support professional, so we left those commonly-used sites off of this resource.

The US Census Bureau’s American Fact Finder – Everything you ever wanted to know about Americans, brought to you by the US Census Bureau. Many real-estate specific research sites compile data from the US Census Bureau.

NeighborhoodScout – Data collected for every neighborhood in the US, including information on crime, home prices, and schools.

Property management companies, highly rated

Property management companies can help with tenant screening and selection, rent collection, evictions, inspections, maintenance, and repairs.

Community Management Associates – 73 reviews – 4.3/5

One Source Atlanta – With a focus on property management and real estate investment, One Source understand the needs of Atlanta’s real estate investment community.

Temp agencies, highly rated

If you would rather manage your own property but need help doing it, a temp agency can provide you with labor you need for bigger projects.

Express Personnel Services – Nationwide temp agency with a good reputation and offices in Atlanta

TRC Staffing – Locally founded, Atlanta-based temp agency with offices all over the USA

General contractors

You need a general contractor for major maintenance and development work.

Houzz.com contractor listings – A huge list of Atlanta general contractors, from mild to wild.

Real estate investment groups and clubs

Groups are perfect for networking with established professionals who can educate and nurture you. For more seasoned investors, talking to people in your community is the best way to keep your ear to the ground.

Atlanta REIA Meetup.com Group

Government offices

Find out about listed homes that never sold. Find out who owns a property, whether the taxes have been paid, and other useful real estate information at the clerk’s office and the building office.

Clerk of Court

Office of Buildings

Attorneys

Legal professionals are an essential part of real estate investing success. These Atlanta lawyers have extensive experience working with real estate investors.

The Roberts Law Firm

Harlan and Associates
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Auctions

Although the city runs its own auctions, you can find REO and foreclosure properties using a variety of auction companies, most of which are national in scope. Unlike automobile and property auctions, most property auctions are 100% open to the public.

Atlanta real estate consultant and auction expert Steve Kubon of Keller Williams Realty recommends the following auction houses:

Hudson & Marshall

Auction.com

Rowell Auctions

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