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Builders…..if your credit isn’t shot, there’s lots of money to be made in the Atlanta real estate market. With inventories of new construction and resale homes at historically low levels, a well built and reasonably priced home shouldn’t take long to sell.
As of 2/7/14, there were 2228 newly built metro Atlanta homes for sale and 28630 resale homes for sale in metro Atlanta. There were 1065 newly built metro Atlanta homes under contract and 10827 resale homes under contract in metro Atlanta. In 2013 there were 5785 new metro Atlanta homes sold and 61577 resale homes sold in metro Atlanta. In 2012 there were 5329 new metro Atlanta homes sold and 61862 resale homes sold in metro Atlanta. In 2011 there were 4933 new metro
Check out our interactive metro Atlanta home sales statistics, new listings, and contracts by month for the past 2 years! Have any questions or need specific statistics for your area of town? Give us a ring or send us a comment! At The Levine Team, we know our stats!
A client of mine who was considering selling his home recently asked me to provide some sales and pricing statistics for zip code 30068, located in Marietta Georgia. The family was glad to see that Marietta Georgia real estate trends were improving and thought it was a great time to list their home for sale. In 2011, there were 377 sales with an average list price of $398,854 and an average sales price of $377,300, a sales price to list price ratio of 95%, a sales price to original list price ratio (taking into account price reductions) of 91% and an average days on market of 130. We would consider this a pretty slow moving market.
There’s a new catch phrase being circulated in the real estate industry and it’s coming to a town near you. Pocket Listings, or hip pocket listings as they are popularly called, are real estate listings that have not fully hit the market, yet. They are not being advertised in the local multiple listing service (mls) and are usually hidden, secretive, or private offerings available to people in the know. You can almost equate them to an initial public offering (ipo) of stock, available at first, to a clientele and then to the general public once they are listed. Atlanta pocket listings are becoming more and more prevalent as the Atlanta real estate market heats up and we prepare for a recovery in 2014.
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