April Market Summary: What’s Goin’ on in Atlanta

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Each month, the Atlanta REALTORS Association publishes a market brief and that goes over what happened the month before in 11 metro Atlanta counties including: Cherokee, Clayton, Cobb, DeKalb, Douglas, Fayette, Forsyth, Fulton, Gwinnett, Paulding and Rockdale.

Demand was down nearly 3% from April of 2018, but the average sales price was up just under 4%.

Supply made a large leap from this time last year equaling 2.9 months of inventory available.

A Word from 2019 Atlanta REALTORS® President DeAnn Golden: “Atlanta housing inventory ticked up in April, with the local market having 12% more listings for buyers than this time last year. The healthy economy is creating considerable demand for purchasing a home, and this increase in inventory in the early part of the buying season is a good sign for the months ahead.”

Click HERE to read the report in it’s entirety along with monthly sales totals over the past three years, number of active listings and more!

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