Home sales have started to pick up again in metro Atlanta this month, although they remain far from the figures for a typical May.
“With the removal of the shelter-in-place order at the end of April, activity has rebounded quickly,” Atlanta Realtors Association president Jennifer Pino told the AJC. “Pending sales project a strong summer market.”
If you’re looking to make a move or just see what’s available, here are five homes on the market in Atlanta for $250,000 or less right now.
1789 Shirley Street SW, Atlanta
Asking Price: $225,000
Near the Westside Beltline Trail, this 1,100-square-foot home has been completed renovated and updated with a new roof. The home has plenty of character with hard wood flooring throughout, built-in shelves and a fireplace.
This bungalow has three bedrooms and 1.5 bathrooms. The home has a formal living space and a separate sunroom.
1947 Boulderview Drive SE, Atlanta
Asking Price: $250,000
In Gresham Park, this home has close access to parks and walking trails. The home has been updated with a new roof, HVAC system and windows. It has three bedrooms and two full bathrooms.
389 Ralph McGill Boulevard NE, Atlanta
Asking Price: $197,000
This two-story townhome is located in the heart of Atlanta’s Old Fourth Ward neighborhood. It offers a spacious living area with a private patio. Located in a gated community, the property comes with two designated parking spaces.
1356 Wylie Street SE, Atlanta
Asking Price: $200,000
Located along Wylie Street in Edgewood, this 888 square foot home offers intown living. The home sits on a plot with two other properties, which can be purchased together or separately.
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