Several apartment development proposals might have a major impact on the economy and market of homes for sale in Atlanta in the immediate future. According to SaportaReport, the Atlanta City Council set the stage for regional economic recovery by considering the creation of three major apartment developments Read More
The number of homes for sale in Atlanta is overwhelming to many real estate experts, especially given the amount of high quality properties available. While some view the market as the "ugly duckling" among metros nationwide, current trends suggest its ready for a rebound, according to U.S. Housing Read More
Atlanta residents could see various improvements soon, including more police officers and enhanced after-school program monitoring. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution notes that the City Council's most recent budget proposal could decrease spending yet provide incremental funding to improve the experience Read More
A buyer's market in Georgia might have become even more appealing to people interested in moving into one of several homes for sale in Atlanta. According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, nearly half of the city's households include only a single resident.
This change is evident in 44 percent of Read More
The national economy has shown gradual improvements in 2012, and dropping unemployment rates have contributed to this trend. In an effort to improve the local economy, Mayor Kasim Reed has launched an initiative that could help people find jobs and reduce the number of homes for sale in Atlanta.
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The market for homes for sale in Atlanta has hit a new low point, which could prove advantageous to buyers interested in moving to the city. According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the Case-Shiller Home Price Indices report, a survey that monitors home prices in 20 metro areas nationwide, revealed a Read More
The cost for homes for sale in Atlanta has fallen drastically in the past five years, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. While purchasing a home might have been a remote possibility for many in 2007, finding affordable property is a realistic option in the current economy.
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Unemployment, declining real estate prices and costly moving expenses have deterred many people from pursuing homes for sale in Atlanta in the past, but rules of supply and demand may dictate the market's future property values. A lack of buyers plus an increasing amount of available homes could provide Read More
Unemployment, declining real estate prices and costly moving expenses have deterred many people from pursuing homes for sale in Atlanta in the past, but rules of supply and demand may dictate the market's future property values.
Atlanta has seen its unemployment rate drop to 9 percent in February 2012 from 9.9 percent a year earlier, and the housing market could benefit from this decline. Christopher Herbert, director of research at Harvard University's Joint Center for Housing Studies, told Hispanic Business that the city's Read More
The Atlanta Department of Planning and Community Development (DPCD) is taking steps to improve property values in the city. The National League of Cities (NLC) reports that local officials could use the data from a 2012 housing inventory study to gain a better understanding of the factors impacting homes for Read More