Roundup

This week in Atlanta real estate: what boomers want, new Dawson County development and more
This week in Atlanta real estate: what boomers want, new Dawson County development and more

Survey says: Bigger, defined and not urban Del Webb released a survey that showed Baby Boomers and Gen Xers want their next house to be as big or bigger than their current home, cutting against the notion of downsizing

This week in Atlanta real estate: New development with a Gothic twist, affordable housing at lightning speed and more
This week in Atlanta real estate: New development with a Gothic twist, affordable housing at lightning speed and more

A Gothic-inspired apartment tower is slated to rise beside St. Mark United Methodist Church, affordable units will be on the market within 90 days from construction, Harry Norman celebrates their best and more in this week’s round-up.

This week in Atlanta real estate: Additional outside investment, BeltLine development pushback and more
This week in Atlanta real estate: Additional outside investment, BeltLine development pushback and more

Another outsider invests in an Atlanta real estate company, a BeltLine project irks Virginia-Highland residents, new development news and more in this week’s real estate roundup.

This week in Atlanta real estate: Smart neighborhood, housing sales decline and more
This week in Atlanta real estate: Smart neighborhood, housing sales decline and more

A building boom in Gwinnett County, multiple affordable housing projects and residential additions to a creative community are also in this week’s roundup.

Real Estate in Brief: Lender sentiment, housing starts and more
Real Estate in Brief: Lender sentiment, housing starts and more

Lender optimism jumps as rates drift lower The latest survey of mortgage industry sentiment from Fannie Mae found lenders markedly more optimistic about their business prospects at the start of 2019. While still negative overall, the results of Fannie

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.

Real estate in brief: Star-studded infill opportunity, A for Atlanta and more
Real estate in brief: Star-studded infill opportunity, A for Atlanta and more

Offers are now being accepted by JLL for a 40-acre infill development site in south Atlanta. Branded as The Sawtell, the site has two existing buildings totaling 166,000 square feet of rentable space, and currently produces income from TV

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