Experts have been complaining for several years that Atlanta’s housing market was suffering a drought – not enough homes for sale to meet the demand of wannabe buyers.
The result was an apparently strengthening market as the prices rose around the region. But beneath those ever-higher tabs was a badly unbalanced playing field that was – at least in desirable areas – tilting to the advantage of sellers and threatening to toss younger, or less affluent buyers out of the game completely.
And it is apparently getting worse.
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