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About Troy Property Group

Troy Property Group is an industry leader providing innovative and creative solutions for all your real estate needs in the Atlanta and Washington DC Metro areas. Our mission is to provide our clients an outstanding real estate experience personalized to your individual needs whether you are a first time home buyer or a seasoned investor.

Our Virginia team specializes in Northern Virginia encompassing Arlington, Fairfax, Loudoun, Prince William and Fauquier Counties. We are affiliated with Samson Properties, with over 5000 agents and 32 offices throughout the Washington metro area. Troy Sponaugle who leads the Virginia team is ranked one of the top 100 realtors by Northern Virginia Magazine.

Troy Property Group of Atlanta is focused on the Atlanta Metro area including Cobb, Cherokee, Paulding, Fulton, Dekalb and Gwinnett counties. Our Atlanta team is affiliated with Chapman Hall Realtors with 8 offices and over 500 agents. As part of our core services in the Atlanta area, Troy Property Group also provides professional property management under our affiliate Troy Property Management.

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MORTGAGE RATES CONTINUE TO MOVE DOWN

By RISMedia StaffJune 13, 2024 Reading Time: 2 mins readOn the heels of the Fed standing firm on keeping its benchmark rate unchanged, mortgage rates trickled down again this week,

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FED CHAIR: ‘NO HURRY TO CUT’ RATES UNTIL THERE’S SUSTAINED PROGRESS ON INFLATION

Getting inflation under control remains priority No. 1 at the Federal Reserve. New inflation data out Friday shows that U.S. prices moderated in February, led by a cooling in the cost of services

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CONSUMER CONFIDENCE SEES LITTLE CHANGE IN MARCH

Consumer confidence saw little movement in March, falling slightly from 104.8 in February to 104.7, according to the latest data from The Conference Board. This follows a large drop in,

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PENDING HOME SALES SEE SLIGHT INCREASE IN FEBRUARY

Pending home sales increased 1.6% in February, with the Midwest and South each posting monthly gains in transactions, while the Northeast and West posted losses. All four U.S. regions saw year-over

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