Atlanta Real Estate Market Has Hit Bottom!

Posted on January 1, 2013 by

Isn’t that a great headline! Wouldn’t it be great to have hit the real estate bottom in Atlanta?

We all know that the real estate market in any city is micro economic. This means that you can pick an area that is white hot… and within one mile of that location you will find an area that is dead like week old fish. You need to know where the white hot areas end and the dead fish areas begin: these are micro-niches. You need to find the micro-niches—YOU NEED INFORMATION, information that I can help you find.

If you are an investor who is determined to buy real estate immediately, then this information is for YOU.

Okay, you’re determined, but you don’t have $200,000 stuffed in your mattress, and you’re nervous about investing. Everyone is, but the good news is that the market is looking better and better—and there are experts like me in the field with good information.

But you need to move quickly. In the metro Atlanta area, investors are buying properties at a rate of 60% of the total sales. This is a buyer’s market. You need to get in the game NOW!

If you want the keys to your dreams and to your wealth machine, keep reading. Right now, you may not even know what you need to know! Below I’ve provided the kind of information that you will need to collect and, as your mentor, I will teach you how to find it and how to use it to your benefit.

I know what you need to know:

You need to know that the fourth quarter figures are in: the Atlanta market is looking much better than it did earlier this year. You need to know that the phantom inventory is decreasing, and that the bank owned sales are keeping pace with the foreclosure rate. If you are a land-owner, the bank is on your side. You need to know that the banks are keeping the prices artificially higher and that the absorption rate of houses on the market is increasing.

You need to know that right now, the white hot areas of the city are the City of Decatur, Inman Park, Grant Park, Sandy Springs, the City of Marietta, Vinings, and the City of Roswell. And you need to know that the dead fish areas are those over $150,000 in Clayton County, the Bluff, the Fourth Ward, and West Cobb.

You need to know the following information: if you want to make one Deal a month then follow this chart.


** Cash flow for rentals. Strong investor market. No consistent appreciation for the foreseeable future.

Important Note: You will find exceptions to the statements above in any market because there are micro markets in each of these areas. Beware there are very few areas in Atlanta which will see any appreciation quickly or in the next 12 to 18 months. This chart is designed so that you will spend money and time profitably acquiring deals.

I know what you need to know. When meet with my real estate group on the first Tuesday of each month, I know that I am giving you valuable information. I have become increasing successful in real estate over the past 30 years. I am qualified to coach and mentor you. I know this because I have mentored many people who are now extremely successful.

I want you to be one of these people.

You need to BUY NOW!

What are your next action steps?

Get into the game!

Join me and other successful investors at my Creative Deal Structuring Subgroup. Let me coach you to learn the market and find your niche!

I can’t wait to meet you at the White Hall Grill on the first Wednesday of every month at 6:30 pm. Please contact me for affordable, 1 hour on-line coaching sessions twice a month at low cost of $49 per month.

Russ HinerRuss Hiner is an active real estate investor, coach and mentor. Russ is currently the leader of the Atlanta REIA Creative Deal Structuring Group and co-leader of the Atlanta REIA Mastermind Group. Russ also teaches several Atlanta REIA Workshops throughout the year on a variety of real estate investing topics such as Negotiations, Wholesaling 101, Wholesaling 401, Real Estate 101, Property Management and more.

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