This Week in Atlanta Real Estate: New tiny home community, construction retrospective, and more

by Barbra Murray


Lots of exciting things happened this week in the world of real estate. Top stories this week included a new tiny home community that is coming to East Point, a retrospective of Atlanta before the Beltline, and more.

If you missed any of this week’s top news, catch up with our weekly real estate news roundup:

New tiny home community going to East Point – Eco Cottages of East Point is a proposed tiny home community that will include 40 homes of 250 to 700 square feet. Curbed Atlanta has the details here.

Reflecting on how Atlanta has changed  – How did Atlanta look before the Beltline and other exciting projects? Curbed Atlanta has an interesting retrospective.

Tips for renters turned first-time homebuyers – Are any of your renter clients considering buying a home? If so, consider these tips from Rob Rimeris, the owner of EverSafe Moving Co., in an op-ed for Realtor magazine.

The value of $100 in each state – How far does your clients money go? A new analysis from the Tax Foundation has arrived at some interesting conclusions on how the 50 states compare. Check out how your area compares here.

Changing foundation types – Are basements becoming less common in new construction? A new report from the NAHB would surely seem to suggest so.

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