Posts by Timothy Inklebarger

S&P Corelogic Case-Shiller Index: Atlanta home prices rise 26.3% in May

“Housing data for May 2022 continued strong, as price gains decelerated slightly from very high levels,” Craig Lazzara, managing director at S&P DJI,...

Fintech company Gateless names Joe Langner first president

Langner will lead the effort to drive development at the company, which uses AI technology to accelerate the loan origination process, and expand Gateless’s customer...

T3 Sixty President Jack Miller promoted to CEO

Miller, who previously served as president of T3 Sixty, will officially assume the new position on May 3, according to a press...

@properties goes global with purchase of Christie’s International Real Estate

@properties is continuing its expansion strategy on an international scale, announcing today its plan to purchase Christie’s International Real...

BoomTown accepting nominations for Give Back Awards

It’s time for the second annual BoomTown Give Back Awards, and the popular marketing platform for real estate professionals is accepting nominations through Dec....

Did you miss Guaranteed Rate’s Master Class on agent excellence? We’ve got you covered.

The webinar features real estate experts Amy Duong Kim, Compass Chicago; Michelle Fermin, Century 21 North East Boston; and Collette McDonald, eXp Atlanta and is moderated by Agent Publishing cofounder and publisher Marci...

GAMLS: August sales price dips but still up from a year ago

The median price of a home in Georgia dipped slightly in August but was up more than 18% from a year ago, according to a new report from Georgia MLS....

What do buyers want to see in your real estate listing marketing?

You might be surprised by the results of this...

How far are Atlanta homeowners willing to commute?

With the increased number of professionals working remotely, today’s homebuyers are putting less of a premium on commute time and more on...

Will Gen Z be the mortgage generation?

Millennials were once referred to as the “renter generation” because of their preference for apartment living in urban areas over purchasing a home in the suburbs like their Baby Boomer...

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