Today’s condo environment is a far cry from the first days of the pandemic, when people were told to stay home and stay away from one another.
Sales volume rose 10.8% month over month to $3.46 billion, while the number of units sold rose 8.2% over the same period, to 8,230.
Despite the monthly increase, listings stayed near all-time lows, down 59.8% from 15,281 listings in May 2020.
Georgia MLS’s monthly survey of the 12-county metro area also found that sales volume was strong, up 44.2% year-over-year to $2.64 billion.
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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