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To get an accurate idea, you have to break things down to at least zip code and then by price points - the variables are many. So I would tell you that without a specific and very detailed analysis, it's impossible to confidently say "the market is off blah blah blah..."
You can see a significant amount of data updated weekly with about a three year look back on my site. The graphs are adjustable so you can see the trends - http://hankmillerteam.com/atlanta-real-estate-conditions/
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Vnpsilas, look to the future as the market continues to slide. Contrary to what the media wants you to believe, the housing market is not getting better. From an investor stand point, that's a good thing.
One of the biggest issues we'll face next are the influx of baby boomers ready to retire. The ones who didn't save enough will be down sizing, This will create a large inventory of houses which may drive values down.
Here's one theory too: House value were inflated prior to 2008. Values are now where they should be. I just happened to miss the memo.
For more information about market conditions, feel free to read my blog here on Trula. You can also find additional information about your area in particular by going to my website (link below). If you are looking to sell your home and want to know if it is economically feasible, I would be happy to provide you with a comprehensive CMA (Comparative Market Analysis).
Fred Yancy, Broker