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Dave, Other/Just Looking in Cleveland, OH

How long are Atlanta homes on the market before they sell?

Asked by Dave, Cleveland, OH Mon Nov 12, 2007

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Dave-John is right on with his answer. Real estate is driven by the local market and the Atlanta metro area covers such a wide area and number of zip codes that there can be considerable variation. Is there a particular city, zip or neighborhood that you have in mind? I or another agent on the forum would be delighted to assist with your home buying or home selling needs in Atlanta. Just let us know how we can be of further assistance. Warm regards-Ted
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TED SHOOP, Real Estate Pro in Buford, GA
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It depends on what area of town you are talking about so if you can be more specific I could help you more. For the most part it is between 50-90 days as long as the home is in good condition and it is priced right. The homes that are not priced correctly and are not in great condition can sit for months and months without selling.
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Real Estate is localized. There are three pieces of criteria that need to be met in order to move a home. Pricing, Location and Condition. All three have to be met in order for a buyer to want to make an offer. If any of these three items are out of place, then the buyer will move on to the next property that meets ALL Three guidelines. Our First Multiple Listing Services show that overall homes are staying on the market for an average of 120 days. I can provide you their excellent graph of the past 8 years of DOM - it "Trulia" heheh is amazing. Sorry, I had to play on words there..it is the marketing fool in me.
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Dave:
There are several GA Realtors on this forum. I'm surprised you haven't received an answer yet. My post will bring it to the top again. But if you don't get an answer tomorrow, try posting the question again and filling in the location. Agents in that state that have set up alerts will get an email to answer your question.

You also might try searching other questions by entering Atlanta and choosing buying or selling.
Good luck,
Ruth
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Ruthless, Other/Just Looking in 60558
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