Will this be the biggest Summer market in Atlanta real estate history?

Robert states – “here’s why:” The real estate market has already hit bottom and started bouncing back. Over the last 3 weeks or so, in almost every one of our markets, we’ve started seeing a meaningful increase in pending / in-contract and new listings activity. Catastrophes create movement. After 9/11, things froze in NY for […]

Atlanta real estate ain’t turnin’ down

Yes, and that’s the other 50% of the market. Radically, check out this statistic – 409 houses made a price change in the last 7 days. That’s more units than the pending count by 25ish percent. Those 409 sellers were failing at the recent prices, so they dropped. And, many will sell in the next 90 days.

How to sell your home safely during COVID

My fellow officers and my senior sergeants and I knew that we could not let our soldiers write home about this nastiness, so we completed a massive clean up and disinfection including an ammonia wipe down and soda-blast pressure washing of the interior of the disgusting mess hall.

What’s my Atlanta home worth right now?

The Wieloch Group is taking appointments by Zoom – the purpose of many of these appointments is a free discussion about “Your Home’s Value During Covid.” We realized that we are receiving 3 certain, distinct questions almost always nowadays. On a Zoom call, we will answer the #1 question that we receive – what is my home worth right now? If you are interested, then we can discuss the other two top questions as well!

The fall market in Atlanta

Do you have a lot of questions about which way your Atlanta neighborhood “economy” is headed? How about the national and international economies? How about commodities, the trade war and crypto-commercialism? How about Greenland, for sale? How about the ports of Savannah and Brunswick? How about the Atlanta Airport aerotropolis? How about how the Beltline […]

The second wind in Atlanta real estate

That’s certainly one way to look at it – thank you for the positive outlook, Pantera. This week, Nobel Laureate in Economics Robert Shiller looks at real estate life in America and says that US home prices “could start falling.” Prices already are falling, in some submarkets. Falling prices bring a “second wind.” The second […]

Due Diligence, a real estate podcast is up and at it

Get your real estate on by selecting one of the first 11 episodes of my podcast with Jason Wieloch. We began earlier this year and our production on the latest podcast is the best so far, if I do say so myself. Here is a quote from the first post that I made about Due […]

Over 1/3 of all buyers are influenced by HGTV level staging

HGTV completed an infographic profile of home staging this year and the report demonstates the power of HGTV and other home design/home building / home renovation television. I’ve noted that the “starter homes” I sold twenty years ago in East Atlanta Village did not look as fancy and staged as “starter homes” today in Mechanicsville, […]

Mortgage interest rates fall once again

“WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. long-term mortgage rates fell this week, edging toward three-year lows amid signals from Federal Reserve officials that they could cut their benchmark interest rate at their meeting next week. Mortgage buyer Freddie Mac said Thursday the average rate on the key 30-year mortgage dipped to 3.75% from 3.81% last week. Those […]

Compass brings Coming Soon listings, Bridge Loans, and Concierge to Atlanta

At Compass we have a long list of services and marketing assets that are of enormous benefit to agents and their clients, but there are three that really, really stand out:  Coming Soon’s Generate more interest and buzz for your home. Get more exposure when you launch. Sell your home faster! Bridge Loans If you have a home to […]