Hilton Head Real Estate News: February 2018


Century 21 Diamond Realty welcomes Georgia Angelillo, Bob Colonna, Vanessa Maloney and Karen Meyer to its real estate team.

Angelillo and Colonna moved to Hilton Head Island in 2010. Angelillo was president of a co-op building for five years, while Colonna has experience in vendor management and contract negotiations.

Maloney has lived in the Lowcountry for 12 years. Previously, she worked in social work and the medical field. Meyer is a Sun City resident with a experience in marketing and interior design. Previously, she worked in business management and marketing with Fortune 100 companies. She was also a realtor in Atlanta and owned a bed-and-breakfast in Crested Butte, Colorado. Maloney and Meyer will work out of the company’s Bluffton office.

Metro Atlanta home prices up in 2017 — but lack of listings got worse

Metro Atlanta’s housing market its fifth consecutive year of solid gains last year, but the shrinking supply in homes for sale has continued to drop into the red zone, according to a report by Re/Max.

The median sales price of a ho me sold last year was $239,000 – up 6 percent from 2016.

Rising prices are likely to push buyers – especially first-time buyers — deeper into the suburbs this year, said John Rainey, vice president of Re/Max Georgia. “Looking ahead, we expect to see changes in buying patterns this year, as buyers begin to look to communities further outside of Atlanta in search of more affordable housing and a wider selection.”

Atlanta Councilmember Dickens asks cities to join regional affordable housing policy

Fresh from a victory in requiring affordable housing along the BeltLine, Atlanta City Councilmember Andre Dickens is trying to form a multi-city coalition to create a regional – even statewide – housing affordability strategy.

Dickens said he has reached out to leaders of several metro Atlanta cities – including Dunwoody and Sandy Springs – who he had heard are also working on “housing affordability and housing diversity.” And he’s looking even farther afield: “We reached out as far as Augusta, too,” he said.

Westside Provision District Has Got the Charm

Situated in the center of West Midtown, the Westside Provision District took birth recently in 2008. It came into existence after the formation of the bridge that linked Westside urban market to the White provision. It has got everything that makes it as fantastic as a beautiful dream.

Upscale Westside Provision District Apartments

There are many different areas which are known for what they have in them. This simply means that some areas of a city are rich in parks while others are rich in malls etc. The upscale area of Westside provision District apartments is a rather high trend area that is full of people who have and enjoy the great taste.