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Lack of Housing Inventory Puts Upward Pressure on Price, Notes MarketNsight

MarketNsight, a leading real estate data and analysis provider, reports that home prices continue to increase due to heavily constrained inventory for new and resale homes. “We will continue to see upward pressure on prices in 2024,” said John Hunt, Principal and Chief Analyst at MarketNsight. “Inventory is still 45% below pre-COVID levels. We need an additional 46,000 units annually in[...]

MarketNsight Atlanta new home inventory

MarketNsight Predicts 10 Years to Reach Normal Atlanta New Home Inventory

There is no housing bubble in Atlanta, according to MarketNsight Founder and Principal John Hunt. Historically low home inventory will take 10 years to reach normal levels as the market is short 92,000 homes on an annualized basis. Housing analysis firm MarketNsight recently held its biannual MarketWatch Atlanta event where Hunt gave a market update and his predictions for the[...]

Big Living, Bigger Value at The Stacks at Fulton Cotton Mill

With our economy in a recession, everyone is looking to get the biggest bang for their buck when it comes to Atlanta real estate. With The Stacks at Fulton Cotton Mill, you can be guaranteed that bigger really is better. In fact, so many Atlanta residents are finding the bigger value in their lofts that now they are 75 percent[...]

Atlanta Ranked in Top Ten Metros For Shrinking Housing Inventory

Ever since the housing crisis, homes have stood empty, waiting for prospective buyers, across metro Atlanta. However, a recent study shows that there is a light at the end of the tunnel for the Atlanta housing industry. According to data from, the national housing market is continuing to stabilize for 146 U.S. metro area, including Atlanta. In May, Atlanta was[...]