Watering Restrictions

NO RAIN means DROUGHT The drought conditions in Georgia has caused the director of the state EPD to declare a Level Two drought. This puts the following schedule into play: Odd numbered addresses can water Tue, Thur & Sun from midnight to 10 a.m. Even numbered addresses can water on Mon, Wed & Sat from midnight to 10 a.m. New construction & landscaping[...]

State of Atlanta's Housing Market

Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association hosted a press conference on the state of Atlanta's Housing Market on May 31. Speakers included: David Clough, president of HBA & Waterford Homes Eugene James, MetroStudy Roger Tutterow, Ph.D., Mercer University Larry Liebross, COO, New Homes America Several key messages came out of the press conference: Atlanta's consumer confidence frequently trends like national rates, but has been higher than the[...]

Permits down but Housing starts UP

According to info released today by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), building permits nationwide fell 8.9 percent in April to a seasonally adjusted rate of 1.489 million --the lowest level since Juen 1997. The also represents the largest percentage decline in 17 years. That said, housing starts increased 2.5 percent from March to 1.528 million units[...]

Kairos Development Announces Team Consolidation

Kairos Development Corporation is pleased to announce that it has consolidated its partners for current residential real estate projects: Avignon at Vinings and The Astoria at The Aramore. Jenny Pruitt Home Services City Collection, headed by Ada Love, Senior Vice President, has been selected as the broker for both The Astoria at The Aramore and Avignon at Vinings. The marketing team[...]

Good News for Atlanta Housing Market

This weeks Nation's Building News, the official online weekly newspaper of NAHB, reports that Atlanta is expected to have positive housing growth in 2007. The report, extracted from the South Atlantic Division states: Atlanta, which accounts for about two-thirds of housing starts in Georgia, as well as Asheville, Charlotte, Durham, Greensboro, Raleigh and Winston-Salem in North Carolina, all declined last[...]