Atlanta Real Estate Market Trends

Location, Location, Location. Atlanta real estate trends cannot be generalized; we regularly review¬† hundreds of micro markets down to the elementary school districts. Decades of full time sales and appraisal work, tens of thousands of appraisals and several hundred real estate transactions reinforce the “data first” principle we follow.

Our clients are educated; this knowledge ensures confidence and decisiveness. Everything is carefully reviewed and strategies are developed to provide our clients the best possible results. Not the typical agent nonsense talking points; this is a targeted, focused, appraisal level analysis. Any price, any home, any location, any time.

With multiple data sources, clients see things like:

See a detailed review of price trends…

See how many homes are listed…

see how long they take to contract…
And even compare areas head to head…


We speak “appraisal” and meet every appraiser at our listings to ensure things go smoothly. Clients see the same detailed appraisal level analysis…


The 1004MC is exactly what appraisers use…

Data for our clients that other agents simply cannot get or understand


And don’t forget our free Market Ketchup email updates. Receive monthly market reports for any zip, school district, city or community. Easy on the eyes and easily understood…we answer the “How’s the Market?” question.

The Hank Miller Team is uniquely qualified to provide candid and unfiltered assessments of every Atlanta area real estate market. From Intown to Marietta to Milton to Roswell and Johns Creek…and everything in between…this is all we’ve done full time, all of the time for almost thirty years.

Buying and selling real estate is one of the largest financial transactions in a person’s life. As hundreds of our past clients know, being informed with accurate data is a game changing advantage. Tilt the table in your favor, let us know what you need.

Questions? Maybe we should talk.

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