Investing In Atlanta

Now is the time to act is  before prices rise!

According to a 2017 Forbes article, Should You Invest In Atlanta Real Estate?, the answer is, yes, and do it quickly! “If you’re planning to buy, do it now, because prices are forecasted to go up in the next few years.”

And as Terry Wong of The Washington Post writes, “If you live in an area where housing costs are high, long-distance ownership might be worth considering.”

The Urban Land Institute echoed those thoughts: “If you get into this [Atlanta] market now, you will be ahead of the curve when new development gets fully underway.”

Proven Success

Atlanta ranks 7th in United States

In a 2017 Business Insider analysis of the Best Places to Buy Rental Property, the Atlanta rental market ranked 7th in the United States. By assessing the best local economies, the highest annual investment returns after operating costs (including insurance, taxes, and maintenance) and the strongest real estate market conditions considering rent increases, rent-to-income ratios, turnover times, and supply of new construction, Atlanta reigned supreme.

The 2017 Atlanta Rental Statistics Included:

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-assuming a 30-year fixed mortgage with a 20% deposit and a 5% interest rate.

Investment opportunities will grow

Invest Atlanta’s Impact and Insights shares that Atlanta’s investment opportunities will continue to grow along with the forecasted residents of  1.3 million by 2050.

Along with those investment opportunities, Atlanta is currently 3rd in housing the most Fortune 500 Company Headquarters in the US, generating aggregate revenues of over $371B including global brands like Home Depot, UPS, Coca-Cola and Delta Airlines.

The Time to Invest In Atlanta Real Estate Is Now lists Atlanta as new entrant this year into the Urban Land Institute’s Top 10 Real Estate Prospect Markets

According to the organization’s 2016 “Emerging Trends in Real Estate” report, Atlanta is the number five market to watch and continues to be the 10th Largest US Economy.

A suburb of Atlanta, the Sandy Springs-Roswell area is experiencing the second-fastest rate of job growth in the country, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Additionally, The Atlanta Chamber of Commerce proudly shares these impressive numbers regarding current investments in Atlanta and the surrounding area:

#1 State for business

Corporate investors and consultants awarded Georgia the #1 state for business climate four years in a row and the #1 state for business three years in a rowThe Atlanta Area is the Largest Business Capital of the Southeastern U.S. 



Approximately 25% of the global security revenue market share is generated by Georgia companies (Technology Association of Georgia, 2016).

Top 5 for tech

Atlanta is one of the Top Five Tech Talent Markets in the nation (CBRE, 2017). Atlanta is the Fifth U.S. City for Tech Startups (Sungard Availability Services, 2016)



Metro Atlanta is one of the fastest growing metros in the U.S. with the 10th largest economy in the U.S. as measured by Gross Metro Product (GMP).



The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in the Southeast measured $3.8 trillion in 2015 with only two foreign countries having a greater GDP than the U.S. Southeast – China and Japan.

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