The top 5 local news stories of 2022

by Atlanta Agent

Local Realtors need local news — and that’s where Atlanta Agent comes in. Throughout the year, we cover many, many stories about the goings-ons in and around Atlanta, from breaking news to researched lists. Here are the Atlanta real estate stories that stuck out most in 2022.

No. 1: 111-home subdivision gets green light from Gwinnett Planning Commission

The development is situated in Loganville in an area “known for its equestrian lifestyle, with many beautiful horse farms that create a quiet pastoral setting,” the developer said.

No. 2: D.R. Horton acquires land for first phase of 409-acre MPC in Paulding County

The first of the six-phase strategy covers about 40 acres for 78 new lots in the Edenwood master-planned community. 

No. 3: Wave of new development proposals could bring more than 1,300 residences to Forsyth County 

At least six large developments representing more than 1,300 new for-sale and rental homes have been proposed. 

No. 4: Southwest Atlanta community sells for $43.5 million 

The New York-based purchaser told a publication last year that his firm was moving its investment focus from its home market to the Sunbelt due to new regulations that made it “impossible to make money.” 

No. 5: Developer buys LaGrange land for $5.7 million with plans for massive mixed-use development 

One of the two parcels comprising the 340-acre tract is zoned for up to 480 homes. 


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