Atlanta is moving on up

Atlanta metro has been know for being constant during the Great Recession. During that time, it wasn’t as bad as other markets and it was not how it is today.

WalletHub, a credit score and report website, broke down the best real estate markets city by city with a list of 300 places in the United States. Roswell (ranked 49th), Sandy Springs (74th), and Atlanta (101st) all made the cut.

Researchers at the site ranked each city based on metrics like median home-price appreciation, housing affordability, and job growth.

The New York Times recently reported that July sales of new single-family homes broke 10-year-old records.

Makes you want to ask more questions, huh?…..We’re here to help.



Atlanta, Roswell, Sandy Springs crack list of top housing markets (Curbed)

2016’s Best Real-Estate Markets (WalletHub)

The Housing Market Is Finally Starting to Look Healthy (New York Times)