Atlanta’s Home Prices Will Likely Rise Faster Than Many Other Cities…


According to the countries economist the real estate market is starting to show early signs of recovery.

Although it is believed some markets won’t see their pre-bubble prices for more than a decade; Economist assert the recovery will vary dramatically from region to region. Economist calculate future changes in home price by measuring both long-term demographic and economic fundamentals, like income and population changes; and changes caused by short-term supply and demand shifts.

Atlanta is among the top cities that will see a faster recovery do to its status as a “New Emerging Gateway” in the global economy. This is a very exciting and strong position for Atlanta because what it means is that not only are people from around the country moving here in record numbers, people from around the world have taken notice and want to make Atlanta their home as well.

As a result Atlanta’s supply and demand for real estate shall be more or less aligned. This will allow homeowners to experience a faster return to pre bubble equity in their real estate investments, compared to those in Old or non gateway regions around the U.S. . . .


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2 responses to “Atlanta’s Home Prices Will Likely Rise Faster Than Many Other Cities…

  1. Thank you for this blog, it is very informative and I will be sure to reference it when needed throughout our website.

    • Hi R-Anell,

      Thanks for visiting my Blog! I m so glad to here you enjoyed reading my articles and found the information useful! Please feel free to contact me at anytime.

      Best Wishes, Melody Lyons, AKA “AtlRealEstateChic”!

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