It's a perfect time to consider investing in one of the homes for sale in Atlanta.
While many cities across the United States plan mass transportation upgrades on roadways, rail lines and bus routes, municipal officials often forget that many people commute by riding a bike or simply walking to work.
Exploring the great outdoors is an enjoyable activity during the summer, and Atlanta offers excitement to those who love camping.
The national economy plays an instrumental role in how consumers approach the housing market, and recent data indicates those who seek one of the houses for sale in Atlanta could take advantage of lower-than-average prices.
The Piedmont Park Conservancy and Chastain Park Conservancy are popular outdoor venues in Atlanta, and a recent report could lead to new improvements at these locales.
There is a variety of real estate for sale in Atlanta, including condos, single-family homes and townhouses.
The Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport unveiled its new international terminal on May 16, 2012, and this addition could help the local economy in several ways.
As 2012 approaches its midpoint, the rate of foreclosures in Atlanta has remained steady.
Several apartment development proposals might have a major impact on the economy and market of homes for sale in Atlanta in the immediate future.
The number of homes for sale in Atlanta is overwhelming to many real estate experts, especially given the amount of high quality properties available.