Atlanta Real Estate Market Reports
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News and updates on how the novel coronavirus is affecting housing, transit, parks, and other aspects of daily life. Plus, tips on how to manage at home.
Two hosts describe the challenges—"I lost literally all my bookings due to cancellations"—as Airbnb announces nationwide support.
The same can be said of listings in the past week from South Atlanta to Midtown. "Even in troubled times," notes one agent, "people still need a place to call home."
Amid coronavirus concerns and wobbling market, intown neighborhoods are dotted with pre-sale listings.
Despite coronavirus concerns, more than four dozen listings have appeared in Atlanta alone in the past 24 hours.
"Atlanta’s real estate market was relatively robust coming into this crisis, so there’s no reason to think the recovery will not be robust."
Two master bedrooms must have done the trick.
Meanwhile, with the advent of spring, are house parties and home barbecues a good idea?
The setting is described as a highly walkable Main Street neighborhood in the Gwinnett County city.
Can virtual staging and a "MAJOR PRICE IMPROVEMENT" finally do the trick?
Due west of downtown Atlanta, the corner-lot property isn’t short on space—or porches.
A block from the Atlanta Beltline, it’s the neighborhood’s cheapest finished four-bedroom option.
What’s worse this year: Heavy, heavy rains have strained the root systems of trees around the city.
The Build-to-Rent model is called a "major trend," but few Atlanta houses are erected just for renters.
When it comes to walkability and transit access, downtown Atlanta shines—relatively speaking.
The high-rise residence tops the list of 2019 whale sales for Buckhead.
From Buckhead to Sylvan Hills, housing prices within ITP Atlanta continue to rise, but attractive, cheaper condos and houses are available.
The newly constructed four-bedroom is walkable to MARTA and Oakhurst Village.
The 1960s studio is move-in ready and relatively affordable, but Atlanta buyers would have to make concessions.
In the shadow of Midtown, the neighborhood’s priciest listing at the moment is a 6,000-square-foot blank slate.
The tech industry helped differentiate Midtown during boom times for the city’s office space overall.
Price increases around Atlanta continue to outpace those of most major cities.
Back in 2010, the typical City of Atlanta house cost about half as much as today, per a recent analysis.
Longmont, Colorado took the cake for No. 1 boomtown, per financial group’s list.
Starter homes reportedly dot the city, and millennials have become active buyers, but the first step toward the American Dream isn’t always easy.
"We’ve lived in a lot of major cities before... We’ve never experienced anything like this."
Staggering student loan debt is partially to blame, per the study.
The city’s share of income for homeownership is about 38 percent, which could be worse—or much better.
Inman Park’s "Emerson" townhouse batch is rising now, with closings expected in early 2020.
Updated 1935 Craftsman has five bedrooms and an apartment with a separate entrance.
Otherwise, the region’s most expensive rental zip codes are concentrated intown, from Old Fourth Ward to North Buckhead.
Atlanta is home to many distinctive, sky-scraping landmarks that other cities envy. Here’s a map of the 10 tallest towers by height above ground.
Metro’s tally is sixth largest in the nation, bucking national slowdown trend
Agent: No other intown home lot has sold for this much in Atlanta history.
Priced at $1.1M in "red hot" neighborhood 10 months ago, contemporary duplex is significantly cheaper now.
Trends suggest top-shelf buyers prefer to build their own dream homes, not buy someone else’s.
Despite spikes, ATL rents remain cheaper than those of most major cities, though.