More good news! For the third month in a row, home prices have continued to increase in Georgia, according to the National Association of Realtors’ June housing indicators.
Americans signed more contracts to buy homes in May than they have in two years, leading to more confidence in the housing market and inching us ever closer to recovery.
I want to address an issue that is important to those of us in Georgia. On July 31, we go to the polls to vote for the candidates of our choice and other issues. One of these is the T-SPLOST bill.
A new poll shows that Americans value home ownership more this year than they did last year, aligning with trends that the real estate market is picking up.
Perhaps the largest factor contributing to the modest increase in the housing market this year, interest rates continue to fall to record lows.
With two tropical storms under our belt and temperatures creeping into the 90s, it’s safe to say that summer is almost here!
We got a great report from NAR this month that existing home sales rose by 150,000 in April – almost 3.5%.
If you’re considering buying a home in Columbia County in the near future, you have two great reasons to go for it.
The White House Conference on Conservation was held last week to publicize plans to aid conservation of national parks, waterways, recreational land and resources, and protect wildlife for years to come.
The housing market may be turning around this year, according to an article published by The AJC last week. Home sales are the highest they’ve been since May of 2010, increasing by a whopping 13% over the last six months. First time buyers are taking advantage of the low interest rates and prices, which will […]