Metro Atlanta Real Estate Market Shows Signs of Improving

The real estate market in Metro Atlanta is starting to show signs of improvement as home sales and home prices seem to be on the upward swing. And metro Atlanta real estate isn't the only place that home prices and the real estate market are improving. Areas in Florida, especially along the coastal regions such as Daytona, are also starting to see home prices and home total home sales starting to climb. Of course, if you are real estate agent in Atlanta, you are hoping that the real estate marketing continues to trend in the upward position. According to Mitch Kaminer, the Atlanta Board of Realtors President, real estate agents are starting to see better market conditions after so many years of a depressed real estate market in Atlanta. According to the Atlanta Board of Realtors, metro area home sales are up 3.2% in July from one year ago with median home prices at $150,000 compared to $139,000 in [...]

Here’s Why Now Is A Great Time To Sell Your Home in Lawrenceville & Metro Atlanta

Now is one of the best times since 2005 to put your home on the market, especially if you are living in the Lawrenceville and metro Atlanta area, as homes here in the U.S. are taking less time to sell than a year ago, this according to new data released by The National Association of Realtors on Wednesday. One-third of the homes purchased in July were on the market for less than a month, while one in five was on the market for at least six months. A home's median time on the market has been declining steadily since January, the trade group said. Between 2004 and 2005, the high-flying years of the housing boom, the median selling time of previously occupied homes was four weeks, NAR said. The supply of homes on the market averaged 4.3 months over the same period. The July figures, which were derived from a monthly survey of the trade group's real estate agents, [...]

Now Is A Great Time To Buy A Home in Lawrenceville, Georgia

A new report out by Zillow shows that economists may actually be coming to an agreement in regards to the real estate market.  According to the June 2012 Zillow Home Price Expectations Survey, participating economists have agreed that home prices will decline only slightly in 2012.  And get this, home prices may actually hit bottom by 2013.  I'm not quite sure what's more amazing though, the news about home prices hitting bottom finally, or that a group of economists can agree on something! What this means is that now, more than ever, is the time to buy your dream home, and Lawrenceville, Georgia is the place to find that dream home.  With the booming suburban growth of metro Atlanta, Lawrenceville and the greater Gwinnett County area have seen a tremendous growth in demand for homes.  People simply want to live in the best metro Atlanta neighborhoods, be close to the adjoining interstates, and have the opportunity to purchase the [...]

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