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Following a strong summer, the final quarter of 2016 has been weaker than the previous months for the Atlanta residential real estate industry. Fortunately, 2017 is looking mighty bright. The Cal-Culator, which rose 0.2 last ...
Georgia’s largest non-bank lender, Southeast Mortgage, has unveiled the firm’s new transformative headquarters, located at 3575 Koger Boulevard in Duluth, Georgia.
Among last month’s headlines that may have best defined the Atlanta housing market read: “Odd housing market confounds buyers, agents.”
As we’ve reported previously, poor credit is one of the major deterrents facing millennials as they embark on the journey to homeownership. NerdWallet found millennials cite “insufficient credit score or history” as their biggest obstacle ...
After a stagnant month in June for the Cal-Culator, the Atlanta residential real estate index has risen 0.1 to bring the index to a 7.5. Gains in supply, home prices and regional trends contributed to ...
This month, the Atlanta market showed improvements in home sales and home prices. However, with the lack of housing inventory, the Cal-Culator will remain stagnant for the month of June.
Just because inventory is especially tight right now doesn’t mean families, couples and individuals should give up on their aspirations of buying their dream home.
Georgia may be going through its traditional summer dry season, but there’s certainly nothing dry about the housing industry.
In recent years, especially in Atlanta and to the interest of millennials, there has been a shift in what many consider the ideal residence.
With a recovering economy and a newly vibrant housing market, we are beginning to see more data and articles referencing the revival of subprime mortgages.
Atlanta’s residential real estate index improved in January 2016 due to robust home prices, increased down payments and phenomenal homes sales.
Once again, stagnation strikes the U.S. housing industry as home sales, home prices and home builder confidence painted an unclear picture of the industry.
For mortgage loan originators, Realtors, builders and potential borrowers alike, we near the end of 2015 with plenty to be thankful for.
The Cal-Culator now stands at 6.9 – the highest recorded number ever for the index. Home sales, prices, rates and an increase in first-time homebuyers propelled the index forward.
Between dealing with the pressure of swiftly closing deals, the growing mountain of paperwork, keeping a robust client pipeline and fostering partnerships in the housing industry, it can be extremely challenging for MLOs to carve ...
After a month of stagnation, the Atlanta residential real estate index has inched forward due to rising home prices, increased home sales, and improved builder confidence.