atlanta sales statistics

Posts Tagged ‘atlanta sales statistics’

Atlanta New Construction Faring Well

Search all Atlanta new construction

Search all Atlanta new construction


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


Atlanta Home Sales Statistics for the Past 2 Years

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!


Thinking of selling your metro Atlanta home? Click here to learn more about the author, top producing RE/MAX Realtor, Craig Levine!


Atlanta Subdivisions – Search Atlanta Homes for Sale and Atlanta Home Sales Statistics


Georgia Homes



We have just updated all of the Atlanta subdivision and Georgia subdivision sales statistics for 2013. Check out one of our great new websites, , where you can see how well subdivisions performed in 2013. Don’t see your subdivision listed? Send us an email and we’ll research how well homes have been selling in your neck of the woods.

You can also search all metro Atlanta homes for sale and all Georgia homes for sale.


     Having been licensed since 1994, Craig Levine brings to your real estate deal a world of experience, cutting-edge technology, negotiating savvy, and exemplary service. With Century 21 in Atlanta, Craig was the #2 agent in the #1 office in Georgia in


Atlanta Homes for Sale – Which Areas Are Hot and Which are Not?


Atlanta area sales statistics for 2013



As  you may be able to see from the above map, Atlanta home sellers didn’t have much trouble in 2013. The average list price was $260,092 and it took 75 days for a detached single family home to sell for $230,989, the average sales price. Homes sold for roughly 89% of their original list price and approximately 97% of their final list price. Some of the hottest areas with impressive stats included north Fulton (areas 13, 14);  midtown, Buckhead, Morningside, and East Atlanta (23, 24); Lithonia (43), Lawrenceville (64), Smyrna (72), Kennesaw (74), East Cobb (81,82,83), Dunwoody (121), and Paulding (191). 2013 detached single family home sales decreased by 1% while single family attached unit sales increased by 4% when compared with 2012. Probably the most


Atlanta Home Financing Update




The following is a guest blog from Jeffrey Heckman and Joanne Rotella with Shelter Mortgage Company and does not necessarily reflect the views of


1. Metro Atlanta foreclosure notices were down 56% in January from the same month a year ago and are now down to the lowest level since June 2003, according to the AJC. Fewer foreclosures should support higher prices.

2. When it comes to rates, fewer things are more important than inflation. The Consumer Price Index (CPI) and Producer Price Index (PPI) reports released last week both confirmed that inflation remains tame. Core CPI was just 1.7% higher than a year ago and well below the Fed’s target level of 2%, while Core PPI was even lower at 1.4% on an

Recent Post
Recent Comments
    Mobile View
    678-784-4493 (Office)
    678-898-4001 (Cell)
    678-301-3804 (Fax)
    888-8-LEVINE (Toll Free)
    [email protected]