The latest Atlanta Housing Scorecard shows days on the market rose to 54 from 50.
New-home construction and housing inventory rose while existing-home sales fell in the latest Atlanta Housing Scorecard.
Housing starts and inventory posted year-over-year gains as existing-home sales fell in the latest Atlanta Housing Scorecard.
Meanwhile, existing-home sales declined, and days on market increased, according to the October edition of the Atlanta Housing Scorecard.
Housing starts, housing inventory and existing-home sales were all down, year over year, in Atlanta last month.
Housing inventory was also falling in the most recent Housing Scorecard.
Home sales and days on the market in Atlanta both declined.
Days on market dropped to 41 from 51, while housing starts rose from 3,627 to 4,419.
The most recent Atlanta Housing Scorecard shows significant improvements in unemployment, days on the market and housing starts.
The most-recent Atlanta Housing Scorecard also shows improvements in the local unemployment rate and the number of days Atlanta homes spent on market.
Days on market for homes sold in Atlanta fell to 52 from 64 a year earlier.
The year ended with days on market falling to 49 from 61, while sales of existing homes plunged on an annual basis.
At the same time, days on market fell to 49 from 58.
Days on market in the city, meanwhile, dropped to 48 days from 60 days.
Both existing-home sales and housing inventory fell during August in Atlanta. But housing starts are up.
Meanwhile, housing starts rose to 3,485 from 2,397 a year earlier, according to Atlanta Agent’s July Housing Scorecard.