North Atlanta Real Estate Sees Shift in Home Values

real estate newsAccording to reports, the end of peak home buying season is ushering in change for residential real estate markets. While sellers have been enjoying the lion’s share of negotiating power thanks to low inventory, residential market indicators suggest that demand and supply will eventually even out, bringing the north Atlanta real estate market and markets around the country back to “normal.”

What does this mean for buyers and sellers? Well going forward, home values will be affected more by local demand than inventory shortages; great news for those considering homes for sale in north Atlanta. To get a better understanding of the upcoming changes that will affect real estate in Marietta, Roswell, Kennesaw, and other north Atlanta suburbs, take a look at these indicators of real estate stability.

Stable price growth in real estate

Overall, median list prices have been increasing, with very few real estate markets experiences declines or stagnation. Barring unforeseen changes in the economy or world events, experts predict healthy, stable growth in home prices, paralleling the typical rise in cost of living.

If you are ready to buy north Atlanta real estate, Contact Barry Wolfert and Lisa Wrenn. As experienced Realtors in Marietta, Roswell, Kennesaw, Smyrna, and other local communities, they can help you navigate the latest real estate trends, whether you are buying or selling a home.

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