North Metro Atlanta Real Estate Services by Yvonne J. Thomas

at 5775 Glenridge Dr, Atlanta, 30328 United States

Yvonne J. Thomas Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Metro Brokers 770-666-1961 (Cell) GA Sales License # 180473 GA Instructor's License #293572


North Metro Atlanta Real Estate Services by Yvonne J. Thomas
5775 Glenridge Dr
Atlanta , GA 30328
United States
Contact Phone
P: (404) 843-2500
Website
http://yvonnethomas.metrobrokers.com

Description

Call me at 770.666.1961 for immediate assistance. For more than 15 years I have been fully committed to providing a higher level of service based on trust, skill, expertise, and ethics. You can expect a focused approach of analysis, communication, perseverance and patience which empowers my clients to make informed, satisfying decisions. Through proficiency in technology and web 2.0 marketing strategies will afford my clients the exposure and seamless communication that will set their Real Estate experience apart. The Real Estate market has so many great opportunities for both buying and selling. This is true for residential, Farm/Land, Investments, Commercial, and business brokerage. I am honored to be your guiding facilitator, expert negotiator, and trusted advocate through your next Real Estate transaction.

General Info

Yvonne Thomas (Yvonne Thomas-Brooks) BHGRE Metro Brokers 404.843.2500 (Brokerage) 770.666.1961 (Direct) GA Real Estate License# 180473 Member of the National Association of Realtors, Georgia Association of Realtors, and East Metro Board of Realtors.

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The most recent Housing Report from the Georgia Association of Realtors shares exciting growth numbers: Housing seemed to have a slow start to the spring selling season, but appearances deceive. Dig into that spring soil and you begin to unearth differences in individual areas and market segments. Inventory is slowly rising in some areas. Activity is picking up in the upper price tiers. Rents continue to climb in most metros. And interest rates are generally lower than a year ago, to the surprise of some and the delight of others. New Listings increased 16.1 percent to 13,891. Pending Sales were up 26.5 percent to 10,092. Inventory levels grew 3.7 percent to 44,431 units. Prices forged onward. The Median Sales Price increased 13.8 percent to $176,456. Days on Market was down 6.5 percent to 72 days. Absorption rates improved as Months Supply of Inventory was down 1.7 percent to 5.9 months. Housing is one part of a broader ecosystem that thrives on a strong economy that churns out good jobs. First-quarter employment figures were adequate but not thrilling, but second-quarter numbers figure to be more positive. Access to mortgage capital remains an ongoing concern. As cash and investor deals fade, first-time buyers typically step to the forefront, but tight credit can and has been a real hurdle.

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