Despite the lag from COVID-19 in April, Atlanta has maintained steady new pending sales leaving the market with hope for a strong rebound.
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Across the country, both home prices and demand for homes grew in 2017, driven by low inventory. As supply and affordability can be a hurdle for some homebuyers, many are still optimistic about their ability to receive financing even
Are you new to your neighborhood and looking to make friends? It may not be as easy as it used to be. According to a new survey, 40 percent of Americans avoid their neighbors altogether. The Homes.com survey also reveals that
Which counties have the worst housing shortage in Metro Atlanta? Our chart below, which utilizes the latest stats from GeorgiaMLS, ranks the area’s counties, and also shows how inventory has changed from June 2016: County Dec. 2015 Inventory (months supply) June 2015
The Metro Atlanta new construction market concluded 2016 in spectacular fashion, according to research from Dodge Data & Analytics. In December, Metro Atlanta saw more than $465 million in total residential construction spending, which is a 51 percent increase from Nov. 2015. Moreover, year-to-date
Our chart below ranks the top-selling housing markets in Metro Atlanta in November, according to research from GAMLS. In addition to last month’s sales, we have also noted the counties’ Dec. 2015 sales, and how far they have risen since: County Dec. 2016 Sales Dec.
Do you work in the Adair Park, Capitol View, or West End/Westview housing markets? If so, 2017 may prove to be a busy year. According to the new “Hottest Neighborhoods” rankings from Redfin, those three neighborhoods will see the most
Atlanta Realtors has released its latest report on the Metro Atlanta housing market, and with its release, we now have a clear picture of the region’s 2016 housing market. Below, we have spotlighted four of the most remarkable stats from
The Metro Atlanta metro area offers housing investors the fifth-highest yields in the nation, according to a new study from HomeUnion. Basing its research on single-family rental yields, HomeUnion predicts that Metro Atlanta’s yields will be 7.6 percent, which spots