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Atlanta’s Housing Industry Off to a Great Start in 2016

As we kick off 2016, we’ve learned a couple of things. First, spring is on its way thanks to the absence of Punxsutawney’s shadow, and second, the housing industry is off to a great start. The Cal-Culator – Atlanta’s residential …

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On the Fence About Purchasing a Home – Now What?

If you’re on the fence about purchasing a home, consider the fact that buying is usually cheaper than renting. Debunk the myth that millennials aren’t interested in homeownership.

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Checking the Pulse of the Housing Industry

The National Association of Realtors’ recently released 11th annual Housing Pulse Survey unveiled optimistic consumer outlook and a host of positive trends.

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Leveraging Your Home During Tax Season

At tax time, the financial benefits of being a homeowner become even more apparent with homeowners given substantial tax breaks

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The 2014 Buyer and Seller Trends Report

Mortgage Loan Originators have seen the best and the worst of the housing industry in a span of less than 10 years with a flood of heavily fluctuating trends.  MLO’s saw a surge of first time homebuyers followed by a …

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Atlanta Residential Real Estate: Poised for Massive Recovery

The first Atlanta residential real estate index of 2015 positions this year to be one of the most memorable years for the Atlanta housing industry in recent history. Strong employment, a growing economy, new government legislation, and an increase in …

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Three Reasons to Call Your Lender Now

During a typical winter season, the housing industry hibernates as hopeful homebuyers and sellers hunker down until springtime thaws the cold to make real estate moves. However, this year appears to be far from the norm. The New Year has …

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Atlanta Housing Industry: Two Steps Forward, One Step Back

After a year of significant progress in the housing industry with strides made in increased inventory, reduced foreclosures and rising home prices, the final month of 2014 didn’t provide many boosts for the Atlanta residential real estate market. The Cal-Culator, …

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Why “Location, Location, Location” Actually Matters

This week, we are reviving one of our most popular columns. Though the saying’s origin is unknown, everyone is familiar with the phrase that three most important factors when searching for a new home are “location location location.” However, location …

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Atlanta Real Estate Celebrates Successful Year

With the end of 2014 quickly approaching, The Cal-Culator has a lot to celebrate in the Atlanta real estate industry. Despite the overall success of 2014, the industry is experiencing a standard winter decline.

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