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Massive master-planned community proposed for Dawson County

Massive master-planned community proposed for Dawson County


The Dawson County Planning Commission is scheduled today to hear plans submitted by Dawson…

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Demographics to be a deciding factor in Wednesday’s public transit vote

Demographics to be a deciding factor in Wednesday’s public transit vote


The election could depend on whether enough younger, more diverse voters show up on Wednesday to help overcome the heavy early voting of the county’s white, older residents who tend to oppose the measure.

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This week in Atlanta real estate: Popsicle marketing, Proctor Creek clean-up and more 

This week in Atlanta real estate: Popsicle marketing, Proctor Creek clean-up and more 


Learn how popsicles help sell a $3.85 million house after 10 years on the market, about new residential developments in the works and more.

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Sales down, prices up in February

Sales down, prices up in February


The Atlanta Realtors Association released its February Market Brief, which showed that 3,464 homes…

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Controversial transit vote could derail or spur Gwinnett growth

Controversial transit vote could derail or spur Gwinnett growth


By all accounts, the March 19 vote on expanding public transportation, including a rail…

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It’s cheaper to buy than rent in Atlanta

It’s cheaper to buy than rent in Atlanta


If your renter clients are under the impression that it’s too expensive to buy…

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Using data to predict the future of business

Using data to predict the future of business


The tech landscape is experiencing another transition as big data and predictive analytics take on a more significant role in how real estate professionals approach the housing market in their area.

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What ‘The Stitch’ needs, according to land use experts

What ‘The Stitch’ needs, according to land use experts


While a bit short on details, the Urban Land Institute (ULI) and several nationally…

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Atlanta housing starts dip, but not for lack of demand

Atlanta housing starts dip, but not for lack of demand


It’s been almost a decade since the Atlanta region experienced a year-over-year decline in…

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This week in Atlanta real estate: A new Avalon, offices converting to housing and more

This week in Atlanta real estate: A new Avalon, offices converting to housing and more


News broke this week on a fair number of new developments coming down the pike, hires and promotions in real estate, movement on a housing aesthetics bill at the statehouse and more.

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