Commercial and residential real estate have been majorly impacted by coronavirus. Because selling, buying, and renting real estate is almost completely done face-to-face, buyers and sellers have had to adapt their traditional practices because of social distancing and shelters in place. Less real estate transactions are being conducted and many people are holding off listing their property because of the unknown future.
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Tracking Atlanta Multi Family Real Estate

Daily Updates The Atlanta multi family sector has seen a softening of trends due to the COVID pandemic. The charts below highlight a few key performance indicators of the multi family real estate in Atlanta. The rent prices decreased and the vacancy rate has increased similarly to the national index. Compared to a year ago, […]

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Tracking Atlanta Retail Real Estate

Daily Updates The retail sector in the Atlanta market has had a huge impact due to the COVID pandemic. The charts below highlight a few key performance indicators of the retail real estate in Atlanta. Most malls and shopping centers have seen a decrease in business and many tenants have been unable to pay month’s […]

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Atlanta Real Estate

Submarket Spotlight Buckhead Retail Market Buckhead is known to be one of the top retail shopping areas in the Atlanta region. Vacancy rates are some of the lowest seen; however, it is not exempt from the effects of the pandemic. Starting in mid March to the first week of May in 2020, Simon Property group […]

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Tracking Atlanta Office Real Estate

Daily Updates The office sector in the Atlanta market is currently strong however, much will be affected due to the pandemic. The charts below highlight a few key performance indicators of the office real estate in Atlanta. The inventory, vacancy rate, and market rent have grown as construction has decreased compared to a year ago. […]

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Tracking Atlanta Industrial Real Estate

Daily Updates The industrial sector in Atlanta has a strong foothold as a regional and national distribution hub. The unpredictability of the COVID pandemic’s effects on trade economy can cause disruption in the longterm. The charts below highlight a few key performance indicators of the industrial real estate in Atlanta. Compared to a year ago […]

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Retail Update from CoStar Group

CoStar Group periodically has webinars called State of the Markets where analysts discuss what is going on in certain submarkets of the commercial real estate industry. I attended one this past week on the Atlanta retail industry. Below are some of the main points brought up by the analysts, David Kahn and Trenton Turner. The […]

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Dekalb County Retail Vacancies

Dekalb County retail vacancies have been increasing for most of the past 20 years. The only exception is between 2011-2017 where we see a decrease of about 8%. Because the vacancies have been steadily increasing since the trough in 2017, we cannot say for certain that COVID-19 has resulted in the 2020 increase. The increases […]

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Dekalb County Office Vacancies

The vacancy rate and total vacant office square feet in Dekalb County have been steadily increasing for the majority of the century. There was a decrease of about 12% over a 5 year period between 2010 and 2015, but other than that the vacancy rate has increased. Though the rate has increased since the end […]

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Impact on Residential Real Estate

I posted about this in the beginning of June, but I felt this data needed its own post, especially since the original post was lumped together with commercial real estate and was written so long ago. The following graphs were created using data from the Georgia Realtors Monthly Indicators Reports. The graph above shows the […]

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Photo of an undetermined Georgia Tech home game during the 1918 college football season. That's when the sport was hit by the Spanish flu and the end of World War I.

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