In the Atlanta metro area, the brick-front traditional 2-story is the most prominent (although most buyers prefer 3 or 4-sided brick with a basement). Does one particular home sell faster or easier than others? Without a doubt, I believe that a ranch style home on a full basement does sell faster in the Atlanta market. Why? Because of several reasons: (1) They are harder to come by (i.e. demand often exceeds supply); (2) the aging of the population (more & more people want to get rid of stairs in preparation for retirement years); (3) the footprint of the ranch home typically requires more "elbow room" between adjacent homes (that's why they are frequently constructed on cul-de-sac lots); and (4) during initial consultations with a new buyer client, they almost always express their desire for me to find them a home with a basement if it's within their price range (gotta have a place to store all of our junk, right?).