Putting Your Needs First

At Sharkey Real Estate, we understand that your home may be your most valuable asset. It’s also the place where you grow your family and build a life. Being a part of the process of buying or selling your home is a huge honor and responsibility for us. With over 30 years combined real estate experience, we’ve dealt with all types of real estate markets and we believe that the key to our success is our commitment to our clients who we call friends and family.

We specialize in the East Cobb market but also serve all of Cobb and the surrounding counties including Cherokee, North Fulton, Forsyth, Paulding and more. If you own real estate in any of these areas and are curious about what your property is worth, we would be happy to provide you with a free market evaluation.

Looking to buy? We’d be happy to discuss the purchase process, set up real-time listing alerts and show you around the area.

If you’re ready to make a move, we’re ready to help, so check out our testimonials and contact us today to have an unpressured, no obligation conversation about your situation and find out for yourself why our clients love working with us.

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Reasons to Consider Making a Move

When is it a good time to sell your property and buy another home? Whenever there’s a good reason to do so! There are many things that may motivate you to consider making a move. For example: Your current home no longer meets your needs. You may have more space than you ...

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Be a Savvy Home Viewer

The last thing you want to experience after purchasing a home is “buyer’s regret”. That’s the sinking feeling you get when you realize, days or weeks later, that you may have made the wrong decision. Say, for example, you bought a home based on your first impressions. When you viewed it, ...

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What’s Great About your Community?

When potential buyers view your home, they are just as interested in the surrounding area as they are in the property itself. So, before listing your home on the market, it makes sense to think about your community and its key characteristics. Here’s a good way to do that: Imagine a relative ...

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The Problem with “Stuff”

The late comedian George Carlin used to have a routine called, “A place for my stuff.” He was referring to the idea that, besides being a place to sleep and eat, the purpose of a home is essentially to store all the stuff you accumulate over the years. That may or ...

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