When Atlanta real estate analyst John Hunt looks to the months ahead, he likes what he sees. And what he sees is steady long-term sustainable…….
Increasingly, young professionals and empty nesters are opting for luxury townhomes with city views and access to restaurants and parks. For the 12 months ending with June of this year, national townhome starts had risen by 25 percent over the same period ending in 2015.
The average size of newly built homes decreased in 2016 – a sign that the home building industry is preparing for the coming wave of first-time buyers as Millennials begin to dip their toes into th…
Job and wage growth and a rise in housing supplies next year should boost sales and starts
New U.S. single-family home sales rose more than forecast to a four-month high in November, likely as expectations of higher mortgage rates drew buyers into the market.
The proposed open green space in the heart of Buckhead’s commercial core aims to create “a world class” area “that would not only become a great community gathering place, but also help to further shape Buckhead’s identity.” If it happens, that is.
Adaptable, connected homes are here, but changes in scale and function will define the home of the (near) future.
Read the latest Home Design Trends Survey (HDTS), a quarterly report that tracks emerging trends in residential design.
Source: AIA Home Design Trends Survey
Atlanta’s skyline, stretching from downtown to Perimeter Center, has been a long time in the making. A history lesson started more than a century-and-a-half ago, the skyline boasts buildings that predate any Atlantan alive today. Check it out.