|This home is SOLD!
Stately brick traditional home on a huge corner lot! Low-maintenance park-like backyard. Many upgrades to this 4 bedroom, 2-1/2 bath home include a beautifully renovated kitchen – stainless steel appliances * granite counters* new cabinets with soft-close; and master bath – gorgeous walk-in shower w/ stone; sky-lit sunroom w vaulted ceiling, hardwoods thru out main, bonus room on terrace level, Upgraded Pella windows, and more! Brand new carpet upstairs, and a freshly painted deck are just some of the finishing touches! John Wieland Resale!
This home is SOLD!
|Move in ready! Top floor unit with soaring vaulted ceilings, new kitchen with high-end Stainless Steel Appliances, soft close drawers, granite counters, upgraded lighting throughout! Tile baths, Quartz counters on the vanities! New flooring throughout – no carpet here! Tons of closet space, and a private deck. Full sized laundry room, and kitchen open to the fireside family room. Unbeatable Smyrna location just minutes from The Battery, Legacy Golf Driving Range, downtown Smyrna, and so much more! FHA Approved! Assigned + guest parking, lake on property, swim & tennis!|
|Nestled in the back of the neighborhood, this all brick home has 3 bedrooms +2 baths upstairs, + 2 real bedrooms +1 bath downstairs – with a second kitchen and 2nd laundry hookup! Finished +unfinished space in the lower level is perfect for renovating for your family member or nanny. Upstairs, the master bath has been redone, and the bedrooms have 2 closets each! The skylight in the foyer is a really nice touch, and the sun room is the place to be! Fireside family room with built-in bookcases, large deck, and private yard! All windows replaced in 2009! Roof is 7 years.|
Demand: June residential sales were at 5,974, a decrease of 2.0% from the previous year.
Price: Average and median sales prices continue to gain traction and outpace 2016’s figures, with positive gains. The median sales price in June was $267,000, an increase of 6.8% from last June. The average sales price was $327,000, up 6.5% from the previous year.
Supply: Atlanta area housing inventory totaled 15,498 units in June, a decrease of 4.9% from June, 2016. New listings totaled 5,731, down 2.0% from June, 2016 and up 2.9% from the previous month. The month’s supply over a 12-month period increased to 3.2 months.
As a response to sky-rocketing property tax assessments in Fulton County, the County Commission voted to freeze the 2017 property tax assessments and revert back to the 2016 levels. After weeks of complaints from plenty of Fulton County property owners who received a huge surprise when they opened their 2017 Property tax assessments, Commissioners felt this was the best way to temporarily correct the problem.
According to the new Tax Assessor, the problem arose after years of spotty and lax property tax assessments. Because the assessments were not increasing at the same rate as the market, this caused a huge spike with approximately 25% of the County’s properties having a 50% or higher value increase.
As an additional remedy, property owners have the option of appealing their assessment, but this must be done by July 10. To learn more about the appeals process, click here.
Demand: May residential sales were at 5,860, an increase of 0.1% from the previous year.
Price: Average and median sales prices continue to gain traction and outpace 2016’s figures, with positive gains. The median sales price in May was $258,000, an increase of 4.9% from last May. The average sales price was $323,000, up 6.3% from the previous year.
Supply: Atlanta area housing inventory totaled 14,658 units in May, a decrease of 3.8% from May, 2016. New listings totaled 5,568, up 2.6% from May, 2016 and up 10.4% from the previous month. The months supply over a 12-month period increased to 3.1 months.
A Word from 2017 Atlanta REALTORS® President Bill Rawlings: “The housing market shows ongoing strength, with prices steadily improving and inventory generally maintaining about three month’s supply. New buyers and sellers continue to enter the market in increasing numbers, although homes under $400,000 in highly desirable school districts are currently in short supply.”