Realtor anticipates fewer foreclosed homes in 2015
by Emily Boorstein
04:00 AM, Friday, December 26
KENNESAW — With a shrinking inventory of both foreclosures and available homes on the market, the outgoing president of the Cobb Association of Realtors says the county remains a desirable place to put down roots. In Cobb, the foreclosure process ...

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