July home prices rebound to pre-pandemic highs, but slowdown predicted

July home prices rebound to pre-pandemic highs, but slowdown predicted


CoreLogic’s latest HPI Forecast shows annual home price growth slowing through July 2021, reflecting the anticipated elevated unemployment rates during the next year. read more
Southern home sales jump 27.6% in July

Southern home sales jump 27.6% in July


Nationwide sales of new single-family homes were at a seasonally adjusted rate of 901,000, up 13.9% from last month and 36.3% higher than July 2019. read more
Harry Norman, Realtors expands to College Park

Harry Norman, Realtors expands to College Park


“It is the right time and right place to expand our service offerings in metro Atlanta, and there is an exciting market in this area we strive to serve.” — Jenni Bonura, president and CEO, Harry Norman, Realtors read more
Atlanta sees influx of buyers from New York City

Atlanta sees influx of buyers from New York City


New Yorkers eager to move on are set their sights on Atlanta, according to a new report from Redfin. read more
Apartment construction at a five-year national low

Apartment construction at a five-year national low


New apartment construction in Atlanta sees decrease from last year, according to a new study. read more
Georgia MLS announces security breach

Georgia MLS announces security breach


Hackers may have gotten access to Georgia MLS members’ account information, according to the organization. read more
RESAAS and QuestCap to sell FDA-approved COVID-19 antibody tests to Realtors

RESAAS and QuestCap to sell FDA-approved COVID-19 antibody tests to Realtors


Two companies have partnered to offer rapid COVID-19 tests to Realtors in North America. read more
Roycraft condos on the BeltLine open for sale

Roycraft condos on the BeltLine open for sale


With construction starting next spring, deliveries will begin in the first half of 2022. Condos include access to a private outdoor space, terrace and parking, and the community has a Walk Score of 91. read more
From ‘suburgatory’ to ‘hipsturbia’: Pandemic buyers are headed to the ‘burbs

From ‘suburgatory’ to ‘hipsturbia’: Pandemic buyers are headed to the ‘burbs


Americans are moving to less densely populated areas as a result of the pandemic, foreshadowing a shift that could have a major impact on residential real estate sales and home prices. read more
NAR reports three months in a row for improved home sales

NAR reports three months in a row for improved home sales


All four regions in the U.S. experienced year-over-year and month-over-month growth in pending home sales, according to the National Association of Realtors. read more