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MarketNsight State of the Market: COVID-19 Created Unprecedented Times

MarketNsight offers a state of the Atlanta new home market as we enter unprecedented times due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak. Housing and the economy were in a very good place when this crisis started, giving a good indication of where we will be when the coronavirus crisis ends. “So much of life is just […]

MarketNsight Presents Solutions to Increase New Home Sales

Pending new home sales up 20% last several months, but flat overall MarketNsight recently hosted its December MarketWatch Atlanta event giving a state of the market for 2019 and predictions for the New Year. MarketNsight and ViaSearch President John Hunt reiterated that Atlanta is an incredibly price-sensitive market and that as interest rates have dropped, […]

MarketNsight Examines Missing Middle Housing, Affordability

Housing types to address unmet affordable housing demand In the latest update from MarketNsight, Principal John Hunt examined the Missing Middle and the need for affordable housing. Many major cities, such as Atlanta, struggle to provide multi-unit affordable housing solutions due to limited zoning that restricts density in high-demand locales. Within the housing industry, the […]

MarketNsight Announces Best June for New Home Sales Since Downturn

MarketNsight Principal John Hunt recently projected June pending new home sales would follow suit with the record-breaking numbers of May pending sales – and they did. MarketNsight is pleased to announce June’s pending new home sales were up 25% year-over-year! “Partial July data paints the same picture and will be yet another record for new […]

MarketNsight Announces Best May for New Home Sales since Downturn

MarketNsight Principal John Hunt recently projected that May new construction pending sales would be up 12% from 2018 closings. Opportunely, once all of the data was in, May new pending sales were up a whopping 28% year-over-year! “In fact, this is the highest number of pending sales for May since the great recession,” Hunt said. […]