So, where do I get my charts? I get them from Chartmaster Chuck. I bought them for a couple of years, and now, my broker buys them for me.
Shaun Rawls is cool like that.
So, we study 36 FMLS geographic areas from Cumming to Rex. The stats on our broad metro charts are pretty similar to our Intown numbers when you break ‘em down, but for my purposes, Intown is where I spend most of my real estate sales time.
And, this website ain’t called the Intown Insider for nothing.
When we surmise the real estate geography of Intown Atlanta we start with West Cobb with an Atlanta address. True Vinings. Not OTP. Area 71.
We also look at Sandy Springs inside the perimeter. My office is there – so are the hospitals on Pill Hill. Meadowbrook and all those cool mid-century neighborhoods in unincorporated Dekalb with an Atlanta address are up there too.
We look at three Dekalb FMLS market areas of 24,51, and 52 – I call those Greater Brookhaven, Chamblee, and Doraville, a touch of country in the city. I call area 52 Greater Decatur and I call area 24 Intown Dekalb – from Moreland to East Lake. True East Lake, where Atlanta borders Decatur.
We study the rest of Intown Atlanta by looking at Intown Fulton – area 21 which is greater Buckhead, area 22 which is the Westside – and includes fast growing West Midtown, area 23 which is Midtown and Ansley Park, VAHI, Morningside, Inman Park and O4W, and finally area 32 – which is Grant Park and all of the cool Southside neighborhoods.
We decided to eliminate data from some close in Fulton and Dekalb neighborhoods after some trial and error and after some looking at where “most” of the activity happens across our 7 market centers.
So, stay tuned. This is Intown Atlanta’s real estate media vehicle.