Homes for sale have generally been more plentiful in the higher price tiers.
Re/Max breaks out prices and sales for five counties.
The most active of those core counties last month was Fulton County, where 1,186 homes were sold, followed by Gwinnett with 968 sales.
Fulton also had the highest median sales price for a home: $325,000.
The much smaller market of Clayton County saw the largest jump in the number of sales, but also the strongest increase in prices. The media price of a home sold in Clayton was $159,450, up 13.9% from a year ago.
Re/Max data show a continued increase in the number of pending sales, which are houses under contract whose sales have not been finalized.
That should mean an increase in sales numbers in the coming months. However, pending sales rose earlier this year without producing a bump in final sales.
Metro Atlanta housing market in November, compared with year earlier
Median price: $251,500 (up 7.1%)
Number of sales: 6,629 (down 6.1%)
Supply of listings: 3.2 months (down 22%)
Median price, by county
Number of home sales in November, by county