September 20th, 2022

Inventory key as markets return to seasonal norms. Atlanta remains a seller’s market with a two-month supply of available houses. Interest rates are inching up, price appreciation has settled down a bit and overall the market is returning to more normal seasonal changes. Traditionally, house prices peak in June, with August marking a slowdown with summer vacations and school calendars picking up. After Labor Day, things traditionally start moving again. That is what Dorsey Alston, Realtors is seeing.

August 22nd, 2022

The housing market is starting to adapt. For the first time in two years, inventory is catching up slightly with demand. Through the pandemic, metro Atlanta had a one-month supply of houses on the market. Last month, the supply jumped to two months. Buyers are finally starting to feel like they have some leverage.

July 17th, 2022

Across the 11-county metro Atlanta area, the number of active listings for sale climbed 15% last month over June 2021. However, in the five close-in markets Dorsey Alston, Realtors tracks, active listings were down 14% over the same period. So what gives?

May 19th, 2022

Based strictly on the month-to-month numbers, key Atlanta submarkets from North Fulton to Virginia Highland are starting to apply the brakes early.Whether it’s a blip or a trend remains to be seen.Buckhead, East Cobb, North Fulton and the Intown market experienced a slight drop in the number of new listings from March, down 27% compared to the same period last year.

April 20th, 2022

With inventory remaining at historic lows, houses with For Sale signs in their front yards are getting snapped up quickly across metro Atlanta. In every market Dorsey Alston reviewed, the average sales prices are up over the first three months of 2022 and up as much as 36% compared to the previous year. At the same time, the number of sales has fallen, down 27% across markets due to the lagging inventory.