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Tag Archives: Atlanta housing
What is the profile of a typical home buyer and seller in today’s market? How are buyers financing their home? And what tools are buyers using to refine their home search? We’ve got the answers.
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.
Homeownership is almost always the clear winner, but in this economy, you can’t afford not to invest in a home.
Due to a decline in mortgage delinquency rates and an increase in inventory offset by declining home sales and investment in the Atlanta market, Atlanta’s real estate index remained stagnant in Feb.
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 …
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 …
As Atlanta real estate sizzles and lending standards ease, more hopeful first-time homebuyers are making the plunge. Make sure you don’t discuss fall prey to these first-time homebuyers’ top mistakes.
Last week, online listings giant Zillow bought Trulia for $3.5 billion, leaving Realtors concerned. Here’s why Realtors and the rest of the industry need not to be concerned.
While inventory is down in Atlanta, buyers need to increase their competitive edge using savvy tricks that include financial and emotional powers of persuasion.
Though home renovations is the last thing Atlantans want to think about in the scorching summer, certain summer repairs will save you money, improve a home’s comfort and increase your home’s resale value.