Tri-Cities Market-April 2009

East Point has dubious distinction of having the largest overall drop in Average Sales Price in our April 2009 report. The good news is that East Point outperformed its siblings, College Park and Hapeville, in having a positive year over year increase in transactions.Here are the results from our [...]

Central DeKalb Markets-April 2009

The Central DeKalb cities of Avondale Estates and Decatur are starting to experience some weakness after maintaining a relatively strong residential real estate market. Pine Lake has reversed its trend of declining prices. The City of Decatur markets of Glenwood Estates and Winnona Park continued to be [...]

Atlanta Intown North Markets-April 2009

The Intown North markets, for the first time in our survey experienced a decrease in Average Sales Price in every market. Except for two neighborhoods, these markets tended to have a decrease in the Average Number of days on the Market. Like most of the other Intown [...]

Atlanta in DeKalb Market Survey for April ’09

The Lake Claire neighborhood continued to be the only Atlanta in DeKalb market that experienced an increase in Average Sales Price over the last 12 months. Lake Claire was joined by Candler Park, Druid Hills, East Atlanta and Edgewood as markets that had a lower Average Days on the [...]

April 2009 Atlanta Intown South Market Survey

In April’s survey of the Intown South markets, Ormewood Park continued to be the real bright spot. Reynoldstown continued to experience a steep decline in Average Sales Price while the number of Days on the Market and Number of Units Sold were in the normal range for that market. [...]

April 2009 Intown Market Survey

The April 2009 ADAMS REALTORS Intown Market Survey had the following overall results:Average Sales Price fell from $433,471 in 2007-2008 to $381,786 in 2008-2009 a drop of 12%The Average Days on the Market increased by only one day from 76 to 77 or a 2% increase.The Total Number of [...]