Is this the “Next Housing Bubble?”

According to Google Search,  “Are we in a housing bubble?” and “will the housing market crash?” saw a tremendous increase in Google searches over the last 12 months. Google reported last week that the search “When is the housing market going to crash?” had spiked 2,450% . The economy is facing some unique circumstances. It…

Real Estate…what to expect in 2021

Real Estate Predictions for 2021 From “Experts Predict What The Housing Market Will Be Like In 2021” by Brenda Richardson of Forbes. Atlanta Metro Area  The National Association of REALTORS® identified the Atlanta – Sandy Springs area as one of the top 10 markets that has shown resilience during this pandemic period and that are…

Atlanta Real Estate’s Surprise Boom …A Look Back at 2020!

East Cobb Market Insider Report The Covid-19 pandemic upended our habits and our rhythms. The shocking shutdown due to this global pandemic in March kept many sellers on the sidelines. Brokers and agents were not sure what would happen when everything skidded to a halt on Friday March 13th 2020. More than ever, we all…

East Cobb Market Update

East Cobb Market Report shows sales price up and average days to sell down from last year.

Market Update

Cobb Residential Market Update – May 2020 Realtors, homebuyers and sellers were all set to have a speculator Spring selling season. Crisp, cool spring mornings and just enough rain to kept everything green. Even the bad yards don’t look so bad this year! In an effort to beat this virus, many sellers and buyers have…

How’s Real Estate?

With everything on the news about COVID-19, I’ve had a lot of people asking me if I’m still working or not. Yes! I’m actively working with clients who want and need to buy or sell real estate. It’s “sort of” business as usual. And by that I mean I am approaching my daily interactions and…

East Cobb by the Numbers: March Market Report

East Cobb by the Numbers: Real Estate Market Report The Atlanta Journal Constitution reported that Metro Atlanta home prices jumped 9.9 percent on average during the past year. (AJC Feb. 25, 2018)  The article goes on to say, “Part of what is driving the increase is the worsening mismatch between supply and demand: growing population, job…