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Amber Wright

REALTOR®

Virtual Properties Realty

Buy | Sell | Invest - Serving Metro Atlanta & Surrounding Areas

About Amber Wright

My clients say I’m resourceful, tenacious and they know I’ll go the extra mile to help them achieve their real estate goals :)) I'm a highly driven REALTOR® serving North Atlanta and its' surrounding areas. Proud to be powered by Virtual Properties Realty, an award-winning and diverse brokerage with over 3,200 Agents that represent buyers, sellers, and investors with their Residential and Commercial properties.

I take pride in providing superior service to every client. Whether you are a buyer, seller, renter, investor, or business owner, I'm here to help you feel confident throughout the entire process! I have a huge passion for helping others, absolutely love what I do, and strive to make sure you are satisfied every step of the way!

If you are interested in learning more about me and my services.. or want to discuss your real estate needs, contact me ANYTIME!! I look forward to earning your trust :))

Latest Blog Posts

This Year, Homeowner Wealth Continues to Increase Through Growing Equity

Building financial wealth and stability remains one of the top reasons Americans choose to own a home, and as a homeowner, your wealth often grows without you even realizing it. In a

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Here's Why Pre-Approval Makes All the Difference When Buying a Home

You may have been told that it’s important to get pre-approved at the beginning of the homebuying process, but what does that really mean, and why is it so important?

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Learn 5 Things Homebuyers Need To Know When Making an Offer

When it comes to buying a house, you’re looking for the perfect place to call home. The problem is, in today’s market there just aren’t that many homes available to purchase. With

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Did You Know That Owning a Home Has Distinct Financial Benefits Over Renting?

Some HighlightsWhen you rent, you build your landlord’s wealth, your monthly payment depends on ever-rising rents, and you don’t benefit from home price appreciation.On

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