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Cartersville, GA, United States, 2007/03/14 - Cottage Properties is encouraging real estate agents to bring their clients out to Buckhead Preserve. For those agents who can sell a client a new home at Buckhead Preserve, he or she will earn three percent of the sale.
Cottage Properties is thrilled about their newest community Buckhead Preserve, and has increased their co-op commission to three percent to get Realtors just as excited. With houses that can close right now, real estate agents are encouraged to bring interested buyers to the Buckhead community.
Homes at Buckhead Preserve offer a unique opportunity to live within a beautifully crafted new home full of Old World charm in an established part of town.
“We are ecstatic about Buckhead Preserve, and we want real estate agents to feel that enthusiasm as well,” said Rob Benware, Sales Manager at Buckhead Preserve. “We have inventory that can close immediately, and if an agent sells one of our homes, we will give them three percent of the sale. It is truly a win-win situation for all parties.”
Agents are encouraged to bring their clients to the fully decorated model home at the community, which is open Monday through Saturday from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm, or on Sundays from noon to 6:00 pm.
Ranging in size from 3,800 to 6,000 square feet, the homes at Buckhead Preserve offer the charm of old European homes while at the same time incorporating many designer features, such as granite, intricate molding throughout, ten foot ceilings on the first floors, gourmet kitchens, distinguished dining rooms and custom cabinetry throughout. All of the homes have been built to incorporate an elevator into the floorplans.
Upon completion, Buckhead Preserve will have streetlights and sidewalks running throughout.
To visit the neighborhood from Buckhead take Peachtree North turn right on North Druid Hills and approximately 1.25 miles turn right on Childers Road. At the end of Childers turn left and the neighborhood is on the left. For more information on the community, call 404-486-7665.