The Atlanta Journal-Constitution published its 2008 Homes Sales Report, highlighting - by ZIP code - the changes in median price from 2006 to 2007 in its Northside section on Thursday, June 12, 2008.
An interesting look at home sales using color-coded maps (not available online) that cover the major Metro Atlanta Counties - Cherokee, Cobb, DeKalb, Forsyth, Fulton, and Gwinnett, the in-depth report provides a thorough view of statistics gathered from sales deeds filed at county courthouses, including:
BEST PERFORMING ZIP CODES:
WORST PERFORMING ZIP CODES:
Though the news was not stellar, in light of the recent "soft" real estate market, it definitely could have been worse! Described by columnist Michael Pearson as "bad...but could be worse" the market does show some signs of hope, as many ZIP codes did report positive numbers in degrees of change.
According to the maps in the newspaper, the Johns Creek/Alpharetta, Georgia area (30022) saw a slight decline - between -0.1% to -4.9% - in comparison to the rest of North Fulton County (30004, 30005, 30076, 30075 and 30097), which saw growth ranging from 0% to above 10%.
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