The Center for Real Estate Analytics brings together subject experts and numerous data sources to provide useful information to our constituents—consumers, banks, academia, organizations and government—on myriad subjects related to real estate, finance, and the economy. Housed at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, this site provides information and research to highlight and define real estate activity within the FRB Atlanta district and the national landscape.
On the surface, it's a puzzle that house prices in Atlanta dropped significantly—again—in 2011. Last month, Real Estate Research dug into the data and came up with a possible answer. This post digs even deeper.
After a deep and prolonged slump, housing in the Southeast has enjoyed strong growth—until recently, at least. Although the region's housing sector is growing, that growth was hampered by factors including the recent partial federal government shutdown. SouthPoint looks at recent survey data to provide a snapshot.
|Oct. 11||Real Estate Research - When Will the Housing Market Recovery Boost Retail Consumption?|
|Sept. 20||Real Estate Research - Does the Mortgage Interest Tax Deduction Really Support Upward Mobility?|
|Aug. 29||Real Estate Research - Examining the Reported Decline in the First-Time Homebuyer Share|
|Aug. 23||Real Estate Research - Does Sprawl Really Cause Segregation?|
|Dec. 5||The Evolution of Vacant Property Registration Ordinances across the United States (Perspectives on Real Estate)|
|Oct. 25||The Role of Government in the Housing Finance Market (Perspectives on Real Estate)|
|April 6||No Place like Home? The Future of the Housing Market (Perspectives on Real Estate)|
|Dec. 13||Overleveraged? Investigating the Availability of Commercial Real Estate Credit (Perspectives on Real Estate)|
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