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This Week in Atlanta Real Estate: Modera Midtown development, Decatur Tiny House Festival, and more

by Barbra Murray

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Lots of interesting things happened this week in the world of real estate. Notable stories this week included news on the Modera Midtown development, the Decatur Tiny House Festival, and more.

Catch up on this week’s top news with our real estate news roundup:

Decatur Tiny House Festival highlights small-space living – Are any of your clients considering a tiny house? If so, they’re in luck – an entire festival devoted to tiny houses will take place in Decatur this weekend! Check out the details and ticket information here.

Modera Midtown set to be built on formerly “dead lot” – The Modera Midtown development is finally taking shape. Curbed Atlanta has photos and details about the mega structure.

Mortgage rates on the rise for third week in a row – Mortgage rates are on the rise, and a new Redfin survey finds that some consumers are feeling uneasy. Redfin has the rundown here.

“Build-a-Box Homes” seeks to create more homes from shipping containers – Are shipping container homes the next big thing in new home construction? An entrepreneur in Houston thinks they might be. Realtor.com has the scoop on the versatility of shipping container homes.

Athlete’s village is in disrepair weeks before Olympics – Housing issues are everywhere – even the Olympics! The Wall Street Journal reports that olympians are encountering some unfortunate issues in Rio.

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