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The ARC study also helped show growth by analyzing the number of building permits.
In 2018, the non-Atlanta portion of Fulton has 3,210 single-family home building permits. That's second-highest in the metro area, just a hair behind Gwinnett County's permit numbers.
Maps show that the largest groups of permits in Fulton are around Roswell and Alpharetta in North Fulton and near the airport and Fayette County border in southern Fulton.
And the ARC isn’t alone.
The Atlanta Realtors Association said the median price ($285,000) of a home sold in metro Atlanta during June increased 7.5% from the same month last year.
An increasing hunger of homes throughout Fulton can also be seen in Hapeville, where the city in February started to process to insulate its 2,100 homeowners from rising property values by upping its homestead exemption.
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Channel 2's Steve Gehlbach breaks down the data and experience used to calculate the numbers