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Category Archives: Cal-Culator
Following a strong summer, the final quarter of 2016 has been weaker than the previous months for the Atlanta residential real estate industry. Fortunately, 2017 is looking mighty bright. The Cal-Culator, which rose 0.2 last month is staying stagnant at …
Last month’s Atlanta residential real estate index remained stagnant as a result of falling home sales coupled with rising home prices. This month, we’re excited to share that the Cal-Culator has risen .02 to a 7.7 triggered by positive news …
After a stagnant month in June for the Cal-Culator, the Atlanta residential real estate index has risen 0.1 to bring the index to a 7.5. Gains in supply, home prices and regional trends contributed to the increase.
Georgia may be going through its traditional summer dry season, but there’s certainly nothing dry about the housing industry.
The Cal-Culator, Atlanta’s residential real estate index, has remained stagnant for the month of April.
The Atlanta housing industry ended the year on a more sluggish note than expected. Tight inventory, home sales and a variety of other housing indicators were factors in the end-of-year decline.
Once again, stagnation strikes the U.S. housing industry as home sales, home prices and home builder confidence painted an unclear picture of the industry.
The headlines regarding the U.S. housing industry over the past month have swung like a pendulum from positive sightings to neutral or negative happenings.
The Cal-Culator now stands at 6.9 – the highest recorded number ever for the index. Home sales, prices, rates and an increase in first-time homebuyers propelled the index forward.
After a month of stagnation, the Atlanta residential real estate index has inched forward due to rising home prices, increased home sales, and improved builder confidence.