Serving Forsyth, Fulton, and Gwinnett Customers with Home Mortgages since 1996

We have refinanced with Avalon multiple times, and our experiences could not have been better. Avalon's staff is honest, professional, and efficient. This is an exceptionally well-managed company.  - Waymon and Pat
If you are currently renting and you are thinking about purchasing a home, there are number of things you need to consider. Purchasing a home has a number of advantages over renting. Here are a few of them:
Building Equity: A portion of your mortgage payment goes towards the principal balance on your loan and if you decide to sell the home in the future, you will get any equity returned to you.
Tax Deductions: All mortgage interest is tax deductible which means that you will have lower overall taxable income each year owning a home than you will when you pay rent.
Appreciating Asset: You are investing in an appreciating asset and your home’s value will grow each year that you own it.
Sense of Security: A home is a place that you can truly call yours. You are free to do your own decorating, landscaping, etc. and you don’t have to depend on a landlord to get things done.
Purchasing a home is a big decision but it doesn’t have to be a difficult one. One of our experienced loan officers can easily navigate you through the process and help determine the best option for you.
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" We would like to take this opportunity to tell you how much we appreciated the way in which the refinancing on our home was handled by our loan officer.  He did his very best to make this process as easy as possible for us.  He made the trip to our home to talk to us at our convenience and let us know the process we would be going through... He also got the closing close to our home so we would not have a long drive... He was referred to us by friends and we are very thankful for that.  We will definitely refer him to anyone who needs his expertise.  Please thank him again for us. " - Wanda and Russell