This spring has been an exceedingly vibrant market in metro Atlanta for housing. Inventory levels are up 12% from this time last year. This is providing buyers more options to look at although it is still very competitive. The difference this year is that deals are happening at a faster clip than a year ago. Buyers seem to be having more success this year getting their offers accepted. Part of this is that our clients are taking the time to ...Continue Reading →
Buyers are Still out in Force – There is still very strong demand for housing, which means that you do not have to wait for the spring buying season to get ample interest. We are still seeing multiple offers frequently.
Less Sellers – Since most people believe they should wait and told spring to sell, there is less competition.
It is Still a Perfect Time to Move-Up – With rates moving down slightly over the last ...
Spring is upon us so you might be thinking about selling your house again. In Atlanta, we finally had the first year-over-year increase in five long years. How much values increased (if they did at all) in your neighborhood depends on your specific area of Atlanta, but most of us experienced a pop in value. So more homeowners are now contemplating selling for the first time since the financial crisis hit. At the same ...Continue Reading →
If you’re considering purchasing a home you most likely are leasing a home or apartment now. One of the first steps will be to review that lease. Determine how much time remains. If you’re within 3 months of the end of the term, then you should move forward and attempt to find a home and close on it when your lease is up. If your lease is up before it is practical to find a home, then contact your landlord ...Continue Reading →