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Monthly Archives: November 2016

    Happy Thanksgiving to all

    By Patty Salerno | November 23, 2016

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    Despite Adversity, Millennials Optimistic on Housing

    By Patty Salerno | November 11, 2016

    by James Bellandi February 25, 2016 Thanks to stagnant incomes, Millennials are still missing from the housing market Two million households headed by 25-to-34-year-olds are missing from the current housing market, according to new National Association of Homebuilders research. The NAHB arrived at that number by analyzing the share of young adults living at home.... Read More

    The 5 Metro Atlanta counties with the worst inventory shortages

    By Patty Salerno | November 8, 2016

    by Peter Thomas Ricci November 1, 2016 Which counties have the worst housing shortage in Metro Atlanta? We looked through the latest stats from GeorgiaMLS to find out: Cobb (2.68-months supply), Gwinnett (2.73-months), DeKalb (2.97-months), Cherokee (2.99-months) and Fayette (3.2-months) had the lowest levels of housing inventory through September. In every single major Metro Atlanta county, inventory was... Read More

    Rake or Not Rake Debate-Just leave them?

    By Patty Salerno | November 4, 2016

    The Rake Debate: Should you leave the leaves or rake them? A healthy, attractive lawn is an important part of a home. It’s not only a great way to add curb appeal and value to your home, but your yard is also a place where memories are made. From summer barbecues to backyard camping adventures—your lawn, just like... Read More

    Metro Atlanta’s Top-Selling Counties, Sept. 2016

    By Patty Salerno | November 1, 2016

    Metro Atlanta’s top-selling county saw more than 1,220 sales last month, while in two other top counties, sales skyrockets 20-plus percent.   This message was sent using ShareThis ( Our chart below ranks the top-selling housing markets in Metro Atlanta in September, according to research from GAMLS. In addition to home sales, we have also noted the counties’ median... Read More