Despite the cooler weather, demand for Gwinnett real estate is staying hot. Comparing October 2011 to October 2012, contracts increased 28.4% in Gwinnett. It’s not unusual for our market to cool off in the fall, . . . → Read More: Demand for Gwinnett real estate stays solid into the Fall
Based upon numbers for Gwinnett County single-family detached home sales through October 2012, prices have begun a slow and steady increase. According to the latest price analysis from REDataCenter, Gwinnett’s price bottom began to form in the middle to end of 2011. Prices remained somewhat flat through January of 2012. Since then, month over month . . . → Read More: Gwinnett housing values begin a slow and steady increase in 2012
Here’s a little burst of good news for a change! Inventory of detached, single family housing in Gwinnett has reached a 3 month supply, according to October numbers. This represents a steady and consistent decline from 6 months of inventory, over the past 15 months. Typically, a 3 month supply of homes indicates a hot . . . → Read More: Gwinnett housing market update December 2012
Another RETSO (RETechSouth) is in the history books. RETechSouth began 5 years ago as a way for real estate industry professionals to come together and learn how to use up and coming technologies and systems to bring more business. This is my third RETSO, . . . → Read More: The three things I hate most about RETSO!
Are you looking for a real estate bargain in Gwinnett? Do your homework and prepare to move quickly. Housing inventories are shrinking in many price points, leading to multiple bids on available properties within days of hitting the market. Average months of inventory for price points at $200k and below are less than 6 months, . . . → Read More: Gwinnett real estate bargains are getting harder to find