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I was at a seminar recently. Among many topics, was of course, the subject of market conditions for Atlanta in 2010.  And, as you can imagine, the opinions were mixed. Opinions ranged from a  50/50 chance the recession will turn around (safe bet!) to the possibility of a double dip recession.

Other projections included:

  • Interest rates will remain level but rise slightly by the end of 2010
  • Home prices will remain flat
  • The sweet spot for home sales:  $400,000 and under
  • Condo inventory will finally become depleted but at the expense of price slashing
  • S-L-O-W new home starts.

Here are the current stats for September 2009 vs. September 2008

Foreclosures in our Atlanta market still tend to capitalize our market; but, short sales seem to be making a strong showing. Unfortunately, due to the unregulated handling of short sales, they still tend to be a lot of work and require an enormous amount of patience - with no guarantee.

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Joseph Welusz - Evesham Township, NJ

Hey only two out of the three are down.  Yeah, DOM is up. Great!!!  Sarcasm Hate it.  I'm sure it's the same all over except for a few hot spots.


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