Atlanta Condos For Sale
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Listing information last updated on April 4, 2020 at 2:00 PM EST.
About Atlanta Condos
The Atlanta condo market is full of opportunity and locations that extend well beyond the hyperlocal midtown and downtown areas of Atlanta. As with many cities around the country, Atlanta has seen a continued trend towards creating more "live, work play" environments such as Atlantic Station in Midtown and Avalon in Alpharetta. These new mixed-use developments can be seen in just about all of Atlanta's major suburban housing markets as people desire to shorten commutes without compromising the quality of life.
Atlanta Condo Market
The Atlanta condo market is relatively stable. Before the market crash of 2006-2007, the condo market was being flooded with units unbalancing supply and demand. In the years since, the condo market has seen slower and more steady, practical growth. Another advance for the Atlanta condo market in recent years has been the spread of condos out of Downtown, Midtown and Buckhead and into the suburbs. As the population of Metro Atlanta grows, so do the suburbs which tends to spread job markets over a wider area. This spreading job market brings opportunities to new areas and more people working closer to their homes. These people still want shops and restaurants and the lifestyle associated with the city without the hassle. The suburban cities have responded with redevelopment and this development includes condos in many cases - in locations previously unheard of. This overall growth has been paced well and offer many more condo options than were available just a decade ago.
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