John Wieland Alpharetta & Milton Neighborhoods

John Wieland Alpharetta & Milton Neighborhoods

There is certainly a lot of new construction going on in the Cities of both Alpharetta & Milton.
I wanted to take a look at new John Wieland Alpharetta & Milton Neighborhoods popping up around town.

John Wieland Real Estate Currently For Sale In The GA MLS-VISIT

At time of post, John Wieland is building townhomes and estate homes. Below are a few of those Communities.

New Home & Townhome Neighborhoods

Overture at Encore-Alpharetta
Townhomes For Sale

Alpharetta has a new gated townhome community by John Wieland. This neighborhood is located off of Westside Parkway in Alpharetta 30009.

Site Plan Overture At Encore Neighborhood

Homes For Sale

John Wieland is building homes in this new Milton community of Kensley. This is a walk-able neighborhood close to Avalon, the Georgia 400 with great public school.

John Wieland Milton GA Kensley Community


Homes For Sale-Coming Soon
Close to Avalon is this great new community developing the grounds, at time of post-Foundry.


Properties For Sale-Coming Soon
Highly anticipated John Wieland community walking distance to Avalon. Soon to be charming homes in this walk-able neighborhood.

Any Owner Financing Properties In Alpharetta & Milton?

Any Owner Financing Properties In Alpharetta & Milton?

Owner Financing is a bit harder to come by these days but there still is inventory now and then and I wanted to share what properties have that option for the City of Alpharetta & Milton.

Alpharetta & Milton Owner Financing Properties Available-VISIT

Owner Financing Available

By The Way… What Is Owner Financing?

When a property buyer finances the purchase directly through the person or entity selling it. This often occurs when the prospective buyer cannot obtain funding through a conventional mortgage lender, or is unwilling to pay the prevailing market interest rates. The seller may agree to owner financing if he or she is having difficulty selling the property.

Owner financing may only cover part of the purchase price, with a smaller bank loan making up the difference.

Also known as “creative financing” or “seller financing”.
Owner financing is common in a buyer’s market. In order to protect his or her own interests, the seller may require a higher down payment than a mortgage lender would. Down payments of 20% or more are not uncommon in owner financing. The deed to the property is usually not transferred to the buyer until all of the payments have been made, but because no institutional lenders are involved, the overall terms of financing are much more negotiable, and can be set up to provide benefits to both the seller and the buyer. The buyer saves on points and closing costs, while the seller can obtain monthly cash flows that provide a better return than fixed-income investments.

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Milton Georgia Trees Keep Coming Down

Milton Georgia Trees Keep Coming Down

Old Oak Tree In GA

Milton Georgia Trees

Yes there is New Construction in Milton GA! From Gated Estate Homes built by custom builders to communities by Ashton Woods and KM Homes. That is the good news. The bad news is down come the trees. So sad. I am actually a big tree lover. Funny how when we have so much flooding in this area over small bridges etc, everyone just scratches there heads and ask why. Why? All the tear down of trees and the run off of water where roots used to be and soak up the excess water from rain down pours.

More than new construction, what hurts the area of Alpharetta and Milton more, in my opinion, is home owners moving into an existing community full of hard woods and then chopping them all down like they were toothpicks. I have seen it in my own neighborhood and find it really sad when I hear yet another saw taking these mature trees down. I really think that companies that take these trees down should have to go through the City of Milton to get a permit. Tree lose would be examined and possibly saved a bit if Milton could see the damage before it is too late. Fines really do not replace a 100 yr old tree.

What are your thoughts?