HBW Report: Atlanta Swimming Pool Construction thru Q3

An overview of new swimming pool construction in Atlanta through the third quarter of 2017. In the Metro Atlanta area, swimming pool construction has been on the rise for nearly four years.  Since 2013, the number of new pools being … Continue reading

Atlanta on Track for a Record Year

New residential construction in the Metro Atlanta area is on track for being the best year for housing starts in over five years. Through the second quarter of this year, Atlanta is already showing signs of a chart-topping year for … Continue reading

Housing Starts on the Rise in Atlanta

When it comes to residential construction in Atlanta, it just keeps getting better. In 2016, the metro Atlanta area experienced a 14% year-over-year increase in housing starts. Atlanta isn’t often referred to as “Hotlanta” just for the weather, nor for … Continue reading

Atlanta Residential Construction Third Quarter Review

With more than 16,800 new residential construction permits, housing starts in Atlanta are up by 15% in comparison to 2015. The Metro Atlanta area is teeming with housing starts and on track for having its best year yet.  At the … Continue reading

Home Building is Getting Hotter in Atlanta

New residential construction in Atlanta is on the rise through the second quarter of 2016. Atlanta is heating up this summer, and we’re not referring to the climbing temperatures.  With the closing of the second quarter, Atlanta’s residential construction has … Continue reading

Metro Atlanta – Quarterly Home Building Report

In the first quarter of 2016, the Metro Atlanta area is solid with a 32% increase in housing starts in comparison to Q1 2015.   Metro Atlanta is having a great start to 2016 when it comes to residential construction.  … Continue reading

HBW Serves 3 of America’s Hottest Housing Markets

According to Realtor.com’s recently released market data, HBWeekly serves three of America’s ten fastest-growing housing markets: Atlanta-Sandy Springs, Georgia, Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, Texas, and Houston-The Woodlands, Texas. Realtor.con’s chief economist Jonathan Smoke explains that, “If access to credit improves, we could … Continue reading