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Poolside and sitting pretty for $245,000 in downtown Decatur

Poolside H1

If you like what you see on the outside, then get with me to see the inside. Just $245,000.00. Not yet listed, and I have written permission to show it and to present contracts to the seller. Check your comps - call your advisors, and have them call me.     Or, just cut to the chase and lets do some dual agency, before the seller replaces the carpet, and I list it...before I start throwing open houses and getting multiple offers. In June.   Call Lee Taylor at 404-218-4126 in May, and we will line up showings for all qualified buyers. Unless someone gets it under contract before you do... My community,¬†Decatur Townhouses is so hot right now - so hot, that if you are more budgeted for a 2 bedroom, 2 bath unit under $200,000, and if you prefer an end unit next to the park, then Lee is selling his unit by late June. Sneak peeks are available.   Do you see what happens when you filter the downtown, city limits zip code 30030 against the … [Read more...]

Listings headcount in Intown Atlanta is down – it’s a good time to sell a house

Listings inventory Intown Q12014

The listing headcount remains down. The listing headcount peak occurred in late 2011; back then, listings headcount was at an all time high in metro Atlanta. Prices were at all time lows when list to sales price ratios were at 70% or so - that was early 2009. That means that sales prices were roughly 30% off of list on average. Prices began to stabilize as buyer vs. seller negotiations grew closer and closer to today's tidier numbers. Demand has been steady, and by early 2012, inventories starting dropping through late 2013. After that 2011 peak, the listings headcount trended downward until last Summer. We fell below 6 months supply ¬†- that's what I call the listings headcount, back in March 2012. That drop to 6 months supply heralded the seller's market we have been in since then. Listings headcount is down on average, across the broader Intown market. This chart reveals that Q1 2014 ended with 4.2 months of supply, and here in May, it starting to feel like 7 months supply. … [Read more...]