Who is Moving to Atlanta? And Where are They Coming From?

Amber Randhawa Real Estate Trends, What's Happening Around Atlanta

Despite initial concerns that the housing market would suffer greatly during the Coronavirus pandemic, real estate sales are up and the market remains remarkably strong. If you had asked many real estate experts in spring 2020 how confident they felt in the market, you’d have gotten a wide variety of answers. Even many experts believed that concerns over COVID would …

Today’s Strong Housing Market Explained!

Amber Randhawa Homeowner and Homebuyer Tips, Real Estate Trends

When concerns about Covid-19 first overtook our world in early spring, many people feared the housing market would be yet another casualty of the virus. While the market did initially see a downturn, that dip was very short-term, and housing sales have skyrocketed in the other direction. What explains the change? How has the housing market remained so strong while …

Marketing Your Home to Millenials

Amber Randhawa Homeowner and Homebuyer Tips

Forget what you may have heard about millenials shying away from home ownership. While it is true that some millennials prefer to rent and stay flexible in their location, every year, more and more from their generation enter the real estate market as prospective buyers. And just like every generation before them, many millennials have specific preferences about what they …

Home Sales are….UP?

Amber Randhawa Real Estate Trends

Yes, you read that correctly. MarketNsight has released May numbers and it shows that Atlanta’s pending home sales for the first half of May 2020 are up 18% over the same period last year. This information comes as a surprise to many people who believed that the Coronavirus epidemic would slow home sales. It was widely believed that potential sellers …

Will Coronavirus Change What We Shop for in Houses?

Amber Randhawa Real Estate Trends

Not surprisingly, the Coronavirus and shelter-in-place orders have left some prospective home sellers and buyers playing a waiting game, unwilling to jump into the market until a sense of normalcy returns. There are still houses on the market though, and while there may be fewer people looking to make a large move or life change, other people are looking to …