Even in the most robust economic climates, it’s not uncommon to spot home listings in Atlanta with kitchens that aren’t quite ready for dinner parties, master bathrooms not fully realized, or mere plans for houses that don’t exist yet at all.
Locally, fresh home listings have hardly slowed down as novel coronavirus restrictions conflict with the hot spring selling season, but what has changed this week is the prevalence of unfinished pre-sale offerings, now spanning popular intown neighborhoods.
Three incomplete modern houses in Edgewood, for example, are being offered as chances to “change, edit, make it yours.”
They range from 60 to 75 percent complete, according to Southeastern Home marketers.
We’ve reached out to the agent who represents all three properties regarding the logic for listing all right now but had yet to hear back as of press time.
The Edgewood moderns might be unfinished, but they’re hardly fire sales, with asking prices between $739,000 and about $775,000.
Only two other houses in Edgewood are currently listed for that much or more.
The priciest among the pre-sales, estimated to be 65 percent complete, is being offered at 36 Mayson Street in Edgewood for $774,900.
Other examples have come in recent days with a $499,000 new shotgun in Cabbagetown from Solid Source Realty and a $579,000 traditional in Grant Park estimated at 80 percent complete, also marketed by Southeastern Home.