Current Market Data

First American: ‘If you build it, they will buy it’

First American: ‘If you build it, they will buy it’


Housing starts make progress in September, showing signs of more housing on the way.

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Southern homebuyers slightly more optimistic about buying

Southern homebuyers slightly more optimistic about buying


More than two-thirds of homebuyers believe housing availability getting harder.

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Buyers increasingly depend on family while sellers rely on agents

Buyers increasingly depend on family while sellers rely on agents


NAR report: Selling without the assistance of an agent at a near all-time low.

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Affordability tug of war between prices and interest rates

Affordability tug of war between prices and interest rates


Sixty-four percent of new and existing homes sold in Q3 were affordable to families earning the national median income.

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Georgia home prices jump in September, following nationwide trend

Georgia home prices jump in September, following nationwide trend


All 50 states saw a boost in prices last month. CoreLogic reports half of millennial homebuyers used retirement savings to help them purchase their first home.

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6 financial strategies for a more prosperous 2020

6 financial strategies for a more prosperous 2020


As independent contractors, most real estate professionals don’t have the typical structures in place…

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Amid rate cut, housing’s contribution to GDP remains strong

Amid rate cut, housing’s contribution to GDP remains strong


The Fed cuts interest rates while a Commerce Department report notes recent economic growth was driven in part by the real estate sector.

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NAR: South continues to outperform on pending home sales

NAR: South continues to outperform on pending home sales


NAR economist urges developers to consider converting vacant office space, shopping malls to condos to relieve housing shortage.

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New-home sales down in September; experts blame supply woes

New-home sales down in September; experts blame supply woes


Lack of inventory is stalling growth

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Though Atlanta-area sales are down, prices are up

Though Atlanta-area sales are down, prices are up


Area Realtors explain why now is a good time to invest: Job and population growth, paired with low interest rates, hit the sweet spot.

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