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Feb
07
2019
Americans Staying Longer in Homes
Recently released data indicates that the average homeowner in Georgia and around the US stays in his or her home for eight years before selling, a new record. During the first decade of the 2000s, American homeowners spent an average of only four years in a home before selling it. In most...
Feb
06
2019
Pace of Home Price Increases Slows in Atlanta Area, US
Home prices in the Atlanta area and around the country continued to increase in December but at the slowest rate since 2002. Home prices rose 4.7% when compared to a year earlier, and analysts expect an even lower 4.6% increase in 2019. Real estate analysts predict that more first time home...
Feb
06
2019
The Difference Between a Co-Borrower and a Co-Signer on a Mortgage
Buying a home often means buying it alongside another person. It may be a spouse, a parent, with your adult child, a family member, or another significant other. If you plan on purchasing a home and plan on including another party, it's important to know what to look for in a "purchasing...
Feb
05
2019
Metro Atlanta Popuation Continue to Increase
The latest available Census estimates indicate that the state of Georgia continues to grow rapidly.  More that 80% of newcomers to the state during the past seven years relocated to metro Atlanta, leading to a metro population growth rate of over 11% and an increase of nearly...
Feb
01
2019
Average Profit on Home Sales Up Sharply in Georgia, US.
Home sellers in Georgia and around the country in 2018 made an average profit of $61,000, up nearly 33% from 2017, the highest average profit in 12 years. Home sellers in the coastal west saw the largest increases in average profits in the US. While the economy remains strong, analysts...
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