St. Bourke Atlanta Market Report Q2

St. Bourke Shares State of Atlanta Housing Market

Atlanta Housing Market - Increased sales, limited lot supply, Gwinnett is HOT! St. Bourke, an Atlanta-based asset management and property development company, gives a snapshot of the Atlanta housing market at the end of Q2. Economic indicators remain positive; however, home affordability has weakened against inflation, rising interest rates and the threat of recession. Demand is still present, and inventory is[...]

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Innovation Drives Georgia Economy Back to Normal

Innovations Drive Georgia Economy toward Normal, Wild Cards Notwithstanding Seventy percent of Georgia’s employment and income are generated in the Atlanta metro area, which “took a huge hit from the 2020 Covid-19 shutdown by devastating the bread and butter of the city’s economy: its convention and meetings business,” said Rajeev Dhawan of the Economic Forecasting Center at Georgia State University’s Robinson[...]

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Return to Normal in 2022 Predicted by Rajeev Dhawan

Forecaster Says Return to Normalcy in 2022 Also Means Return of Pre-Pandemic Economic Concerns Economic optimism about emerging from the pandemic’s shadow is progressing in a two-steps-forward, one-step-back manner, according to Rajeev Dhawan of the Economic Forecasting Center at Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business. “Case in point: 2021 was a tale of two halves. The U.S. economy grew[...]

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NAHB State of the Housing Market

Chief Economist Dr. Rob Dietz with the National Association of Home Builders spoke to delegates about the state of the housing market during Fall Leadership Meetings in Houston, Texas earlier this month. He cited ongoing supply chain challenges and housing affordability as two of the biggest challenges facing the new home building industry.  Government regulations, material and labor price increases[...]

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Georgia Economy Outpaces U.S.

The Georgia economy is outpacing the nation in terms of recovery from the 2020 pandemic shutdown, but further disruptions of the global supply chain could be felt from the port of Savannah to the boardrooms of Atlanta, according to Rajeev Dhawan of the Economic Forecasting Center at Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business. Georgia Recovery Highlights Georgia will[...]

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MarketNsight Now Serving 35+ Cities Across Southeast

Housing analysis firm MarketNsight recently added six new markets across five states to its service area in the Southeast. Customers across more than 35 cities can now access the latest housing, pricing, product and location data through the Feasibility Matrix® program, exclusive to MarketNsight. Additionally, Atlanta customers can access mortgage data through the firm’s new Mortgage Matrix® program. As MarketNsight continues[...]

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MarketNsight Releases First Atlanta Housing Report for 2021

MarketNsight recently released its first housing report regarding 2021 Atlanta housing year-to-date. Data shows the roles of closings and pendings reversed with closings dropping first following by pendings, but record-breaking permits continued into January 2021 with the highest seen since January 2007, suggesting that new supply is coming. “We have seen sharp moderation for both new and resale beginning in the[...]

MarketNsight Reports Buyers Not Fleeing Southern Cities for Suburbs

MarketNsight Reports Homebuyers Not Fleeing Southern Cities for Suburbs

MarketNsight numbers for 2020 and 2021 to-date show homebuyers are not fleeing southern cities for suburbs, and all areas are selling more homes today. The suburban shift has been going on since 2014, according to MarketNsight and ViaSearch President John Hunt. Buyers and home builders have been moving and building farther out due to increasing land prices for years. Atlanta began[...]

Elliot Eisenberg with Graphs and Laughs joins Radio to discuss the current housing industry, where the economy is going, what Graphs and Laughs is and much more

Dr. Elliot Eisenberg on COVID-19, Housing, the Economy

President and founder of Graphs and Laughs, Elliot Eisenberg, Ph.D., is known for his quick wit, bowtie and understanding of housing and economics. Dr. Elliot Eisenberg a.k.a. the Bowtie Economist joins us in studio for Episode 923 of Atlanta Real Estate Radio. Joined by co-hosts Carol Morgan and Todd Schnick, the group discusses the current housing industry, where the economy[...]