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After declining for years, the size of new single-family homes has begun to level off as consumers spend more time at home, a National Association of Home Builders analysis found.
NAR put together its “Snapshot of Race and Home Buying in America” report to study the hurdles that persistently block minorities from owning homes.
Whether you strive to be a top producer or you think the title is just a lot of hype, we found there was no shortage of viewpoints on the topic.
The study dispels a long-held belief that nearby homes lose value once low-income housing is built in an area.
January home sales in Atlanta were roughly flat on an annual basis as inventory plunged, according to RE/MAX’s most recent National Housing Report.
Chicago-based @properties is awarding its first franchise to Alexander Real Estate, a firm with offices in Detroit and suburban Royal Oak, Michigan.
“In the final months of 2020, single-family rents posted the highest increases in over four years,” said Molly Boesel, principal economist at CoreLogic. “However, single-family rent price reaction to the pandemic and resulting recession differed greatly across metros.”
The Atlanta metro area continued to see a healthy pace of home sales in January despite dwindling inventory, Georgia MLS said in its Housing Snapshot.
The top reason why long-time searchers have not purchased a home is because 40% say they were outbid.
After a bumpy start to 2020, Georgia’s housing market shrugged off much of the initial pandemic-related disruptions to post a solid finish to the year, with major indicators pointing to strong demand and tight supply, according to the Georgia Association of Realtors’ annual report.