Real Estate Recap

Georgia ranks 9th in assistance for first-time homebuyers
Georgia ranks 9th in assistance for first-time homebuyers

If you work with first-time homebuyers, now might be a good time to brush up on the special programs available to help them afford a home. Georgia has 66 programs from 28 agencies that can assist first-time homeowners with

This week in Atlanta real estate: New downtown Norcross communities, Midtown apartment dilemmas and more
This week in Atlanta real estate: New downtown Norcross communities, Midtown apartment dilemmas and more

Miller Lowry Developments entered into a strategic partnership with Waterford Homes to develop two subdivisions near historic downtown Norcross. The partnership allows Miller Lowry to focus on larger developments by shifting from a general contractor role to that of

This week in Atlanta real estate: More Gwinnett County development, Zillow Offers hub and more
This week in Atlanta real estate: More Gwinnett County development, Zillow Offers hub and more

  Several developers in Gwinnett County have applied to the county’s department of planning and development to build new multifamily projects.  Hathaway Development proposed building 305 apartment units that will include 148 one-bedroom units, 127 two-bedroom and 30 three-bedroom apartments on 23.9 acres

This Week in Real Estate: Floating homes and parking-dependent developments

What happened this week in the wide world of real estate? Let us tell you: •In a warming planet, are floating homes our salvation? The New York Times explores the work of a Dutch architect who is innovating in that

This Week in Atlanta Real Estate: a Midtown selling spree and endangered spaces

This was a busy week in Atlanta’s real estate market, which saw the following developments: •More than 80,000 square feet of Midtown Mile properties – yes, 80,000-plus – is poised to hit the market. •As the political landscape shifts in

This Week in Atlanta Real Estate: public transit and church development

What happened this week in Atlanta real estate? Allow us to share: •Thanks to voters, the city of Atlanta can count on a better transit network in the coming decades. •A historic church with roots stretching back to 1870

This Week in Atlanta Real Estate: murals, parking spaces, and high rises

What went down in Atlanta’s real estate market this week? Allow us to fill you in: •A new study finds that Atlanta-area rents declined by 4 percent year-over-year; is some relief finally here? •An apartment complex in Buckhead is

This Week in Atlanta Real Estate: Displaced preschools and the Biltmore sale

What happened this week in the world of real estate? Allow us to tell you: •A long-running preschool is, as Curbed Atlanta writes, being unwillingly displaced by the surging demand for new construction. •Pre-sales are on the way for

This Week in Atlanta Real Estate: BeltLine expansions and the politics of real estate

From train extensions to the death of a storied piece of technology, this week provided plenty of fodder for real estate agents: •Mortgage rates are now at their lowest level in more than two months, with the 30-year FRM

This Week in Atlanta Real Estate: Fun cities, Southern riches, and more

What did this week bring in the real estate newsreels? Quite a bit, as it would turn out: •Sherwin-Williams has released its list of 2017’s top color trends, and Realtor magazine is breaking them down hue by hue. •How can you add

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