Current Market Data
Amid demand, housing inventory sank to historic lows.
New home construction accelerating, offering supply relief as 2021 begins.
It was a record-shattering year for brokers and agents using the Georgia MLS, with sales volume jumping 18.5% from the previous year to $39.9 billion, according to the listing service. That’s the biggest number Georgia MLS has experienced since its inception in 1962.
More affordable metros are replacing expensive coastal areas as top drivers of home value growth.
U.S. single-family rent growth exceeded pre-pandemic rates in November, according to latest CoreLogic report.
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The decline of home mortgage interest rates is continuing to fuel homebuying demand in December, pushing the median home-sale price up 13% nationwide to $334,300, according to a new report from online broker Redfin.
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December marked the end of seven straight months of job growth.
The number of homes for sale nationwide dropped below 700,000 in December, hitting an all-time low, while home prices were up double-digits over the year prior, according to realtor.com’s Monthly Housing Trends Report.