Report: Local Housing Prices Up; Days On Market Down

Home prices within the West Georgia Region are outpacing the rest of the country, according to the latest West Georgia Regional Update produced by the University of West Georgia Richards College of Business, this week.
West Georgia housing prices increased by 8.7% from May 2016 to May 2017.
The reports says further evidence that West Georgia’s housing remains in a seller’s market is the average days-on-the-market (DOM). Between May 2016 and May 2017, average DOM fell by 16.9% across the region. Average DOM for the region for May 2017 is 65.3 days, with three counties (Coweta, Haralson and Paulding) with average DOM below 60 days.
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Location : West Georgia