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Why Metro Atlanta is in a Housing Crunch

It’s the spring buying season and people will be house shopping in droves. However, be prepared for the limited number of homes that are actually available. Housing inventory, or homes available for purchase, has never been this low. How and why is this occurring? And how does this impact home prices? Do you remember Economics …

Eugene James Discusses the Atlanta Housing Market on WSB News

Eugene James, senior regional director for Metrostudy, recently discussed the Atlanta housing market with reporters from WSB Channel 2 news. James shared his forecast with viewers on why he believes home prices will continue to rise by about 5% this year and why it makes more sense to purchase a home sooner rather than wait …

Eugune James presents at the Atlanta Regional Commission Land Use Committee Meeting

Eugene James of Metrostudy recently spoke to government officials from various regional municipalities on a variety of issues affecting the Atlanta area housing market at the Atlanta Regional Commission meeting for Land Use Planners. A few of the highlights taken from his discussion with this distinguished group was: The Atlanta region will continue to be …

ATLANTA HOUSING MARKET: New vs. Resale Home Prices…The Price Gap has Widened???

This past winter, the Atlanta region experienced a cold front that caused schools to close wreaked havoc on businesses and shut down state and local government offices. Even though the deep freeze kept many people locked indoors, the one thing that remained hot, even during sub-32 degree temperatures, was the Atlanta regions real estate market. …

HBAG Annual Conference Market Updates from Eugene James

We had a great turnout at the Homebuilders Association of Georgia this past month. Although Hurricane Irma traveled through Georgia just days before the HBAG event, knocking out power for millions and closed schools for days, many were still able to make the annual conference. Regional Director Eugene James provided the attendees with an update on …