McAlister Home Group Blog - Oct. 2017 Articles
October 2017 Articles:
- Keller Williams Peachtree Road career night is almost here! Please let me know if you have anyone that has been this thinking about getting into real estate. Keller Williams Peachtree Road is the #1 office in Real Estate in Atlanta. I would be happy to introduce you to the Peachtree Rd crew that can help you launch a successful career!! Click here for the full article.
- As Halloween approaches, people often consider alternatives for Halloween candy. Many children attend multiple events prior to the big night of October 31st. Such activities may include trunk-o-treat, attending a Halloween party, trick or treating at local malls and churches, and fun filled Fall festivals. With so much candy coming home, looking into other options becomes important. Therefore, we worked hard to come up with a list of ideas that children would find equally enjoyable! Click here for the full article on alternatives to Halloween candy.
- Atlanta home prices have increased over 9.5% this past year. The demand for housing in the Metro Atlanta area continues to climb. Atlanta is currently ranked in the top 20 metro areas for price increases according to the S&P/Case-Shiller House Price Index. Additionally, based on Zillow, Atlanta home prices will rise another 5.6% next year based on market trends. Read the full article on Atlanta's Housing Market for October 2017 here.
- Housing trends are always changing, especially with Atlanta ranch homes making a comeback. Single level homes means no stairs, which adds a level of convenience for all ages. The unique design of ranch home styles have open floor layouts and attached garages. Some come with the option for a finished or unfinished basement. Whether you are looking for a new construction Atlanta ranch home or an original ranch style home, the McAlister Home Group can work with you to find your dream home. Read the full article on Atlanta ranch homes here.
- We love Atlanta and all of the 242 Atlanta neighborhoods. These neighborhoods are then classified among five Atlanta areas and three Georgia Counties. The style of housing, culture, household income and overall feel of each Atlanta neighborhood is quite a mix. Some areas have traditional neighborhoods while others have subdivisions or clusters of home. There are historical neighborhoods, areas with new developments and then there are townhomes and condos throughout the core of downtown. With so many options to choose from, you need an experienced real estate team to help you better understand the right area and home to fit your needs and personality. Read the full article on Atlanta neighborhoods here.