November 19th, 2021

Dorsey Alston is back with our monthly housing numbers. We take an in-depth, month-to-month look at the numbers in the six close-in Atlanta statistical areas of North Fulton, East Cobb, Buckhead, Intown, Sandy Springs and Brookhaven/Dunwoody. 

October 20th, 2021

Across Metro Atlanta, home prices are up on average, while the number of days it takes for a house to sell are down. Transactions are down, and new listings and sales are lagging compared to this time last year. Just to keep things in perspective, last September was the biggest September in the history of Atlanta real estate, both the number of homes that sold and the prices those homes sold for. 

August 12th, 2021

The New York Times featured a Peachtree Hills home listed by Olivia Sekerak in a look at the houses individuals can get for a given price around the United States.

July 19th, 2021

Dorsey Alston reviewed FMLS (First Multiple Listing Service) data for June and compared those numbers to the same time last year. Across most markets, we saw a slight uptick in new listings. Sales and close prices were up, and days on the market were half what they were last year.

June 14th, 2021

Overpriced houses are sitting longer, while competitively priced homes are getting over asking price and spending significantly fewer days on the market across metro Atlanta. 
Dorsey Alston compared the month-to-month data from May 2020 to May 2021 and found the number of days a home for sale stays on the market is down steeply — 42% across the board.