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Metro areas with the highest share of vacation homes are seeing more interest on Zillow and higher pending sales growth than the nation at large.
Atlanta developers are celebrating winning in multiple categories at the 2020 OBIE Awards.
Nationwide, home value increases continued to be driven by low inventory, which hit its lowest level in September, dropping by 40% from September 2008 and by 74% when compared to September 2000.
First-time buyers contributed to 31% of September’s home sales due to record-low mortgage rates, according to the report.
The third quarter was like a game of musical chairs for many who are abandoning large cities for more affordable areas of the country. See what’s happening in Atlanta.
Areas hit hard by the pandemic could see a wave of zombie properties once the federal ban on foreclosures expires.
The new S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Home Price Index reveals record-breaking August for home sales, up 21% over the 2006 pre-Great Recession high.
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Buyers are flocking to larger homes with four bedrooms or more, according to the Georgia Association of Realtors.
“It’s almost as if the housing market and the overall economy are operating in different worlds.” — Todd Teta, chief product officer at ATTOM Data Solutions