Atlanta Investment Properties – Foreclosures Still Plentiful In Georgia

From commercial properties to multi-million dollar mansions down to small 2 bed, 1 bath cottages, it appears that there are still plenty of foreclosures and thus potential investment properties available across metro Atlanta and the entire state of Georgia.

As SFR Ownership Slips, Atlanta Innovates And Prepares For The Future

Walkable neighborhoods inside the city; new multi-family units replacing aging properties, adding more multi-family construction nearer to the inner city, and building fewer single family houses. The most notable change in Atlanta real estate in many years is the shift away from a focus on single family residential

Why The Government Must Stop Making Housing “Affordable”

Yes, you heard that right. We don’t need any affordable housing if it’s up to the US government to provide it.

Atlanta Metro Home Sales Down Drastically Year Over Year

While there are always some areas that do better than others across a large metro area like Atlanta, Georgia, the fact is the vast majority of metro Atlanta has witnessed a double-digit drop in sales compared to the same period in 2013, according to Realty Trac.

Atlanta Housing Still Has Bargains – If You Know Where To Look

In spite of a widespread propaganda campaign designed to make the public believe that home prices are “soaring” due to a shortage of available properties, the Atlanta market appears to contain plenty of bargains for those who know where to look.

10 Tips For Investing In Turn-Key Real Estate

The idea behind “turn-key” real estate investing is that an investor can purchase a property from a company that will then manage that property for them, a kind of “hands-off” investment for busy professionals or investors.

Is The Sun Setting On Atlanta Home Prices Again?

Yes, they probably are. In fact, it’s fair to say that the Atlanta metro housing market is a few months past any supportable market peak, and there is some good data to support this conclusion:

Does Atlanta Have Too Many Foreclosures Being Converted To Rentals?

With big Wall Street funded investment companies snapping up tens of millions of dollars worth of foreclosures in metro Atlanta, you’d think that tenants were fighting “tooth and nail” get into single family rental properties.

Calculating A “Sweet Spot” For Rental Rates In Your Market

Wondering what kind of rental rates you should expect for your rental properties in your market? Here are some data and ideas on how you might go about estimating what kind of rents a tenant will be able to afford in your market.

Shadow Inventory Stabilizes As Investor Sales Offset Strong Flow Of New Foreclosures

A Core Logic research report on Shadow Inventory indicates about 2.3 million units currently in inventory. Shadow inventory is a term used to describe single family homes that are usually vacant and bank owned. For various reasons, the home is not being actively offered for sale.

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