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DeAnn Golden: "It never ceases to amaze me how unique our industry is and how dedicated the people in the industry truly are as professionals. In this digital age, so much of the research about home-buying is being done online by consumers, but the process of completing a home purchase or sale is arguably much more than simply clicking a button."
Metro Atlanta home prices jumped 9.9 percent on average during the past year, while the supply of homes for sale crashed to what might be record lows, according to the latest report from the Atlanta REALTORS® Association.
The Atlanta REALTORS® Association released its February Market Brief, which showed that 3,464 homes were sold last month, a whopping 16.9 percent increase over January 2019’s figure, which was 2,963.
By all accounts, the March 19 vote on expanding public transportation, including a rail line, into Gwinnett County should be close. And the impact on one of the country’s fastest growing counties will be immense — no matter which way the vote goes.
The Atlanta REALTORS® Association received top honors during the 2019 Georgia Association of REALTORS®’ inaugural conference for their contributions to the REALTORS® Political Action Committee.
DeAnn Golden, senior vice president and managing broker of the Dunwoody and Athens offices of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices – Georgia Properties has been installed as the 2019 president of Atlanta REALTORS®. REALTORS® gathered at the Piedmont Driving Club for brunch and live music for the ceremony.
Jean Rawls, co-founder and operating principal of Keller Williams Realty The Rawls Group, was slated to take part in a panel discussion about the metro Atlanta housing market at the Atlanta Real Estate Summit on Jan. 30 at Sandy Springs Performing Arts Center.
Frank Norton Jr., chairman and CEO of The Norton Agency, grew up in a family devoted to real estate: his grandfather, father and mother all worked in the profession from as far back as the late 1920s. Norton was slated to speak at the Atlanta Real Estate Summit sponsored by Atlanta Business Chronicle and the Atlanta REALTORS® Association on Jan. 30.
The housing market’s slow shift from a seller’s dream toward a state of equilibrium continued last month as the number of potential buyers in metro Atlanta dropped and the number of homes for sale grew, according to a report from a local real estate group. Metro Atlanta home sales in December declined 21.3 percent compared to the same month a year ago, according to the Atlanta REALTORS® Association.
Housing sales were down across metro Atlanta in December 2018 over the same period in 2017, according to information compiled by the First Multiple Listing Service. Last month tallied 3,656 residential sales, a decrease of 21.3 percent from December 2017.