Who’s Who in Residential Real Estate features 75 industry professionals in metro Atlanta, from realtors to home builders to leaders of property management companies and RRE associations. Our 2020 GAHBA President Gabe Chatham of Chathambilt Homes was featured on the list along with numerous other...

Click here to read full article By:  Diana Olick, CNBC Fierce competition for lower-end homes, thanks to a combination of low mortgage rates and record low supply, is driving prices higher. That can make it difficult to figure out whether its cheaper, on a monthly basis, to own...

Click here for press release ATLANTA -- The Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association (GAHBA) kicked off its 75th anniversary and installed its newly elected officers and board members during the annual Installation & Awards Ceremony on Wednesday, January 15th, at the Omni Hotel at the Battery. During...

Held on October 26, 2019, at the Georgia Aquarium, the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association's 39th Annual OBIE Awards celebration is presented by the Atlanta Sales and Marketing Council. The OBIE Awards serve as the premier awards for residential real estate and new home construction...

Magnolia Manor is the corporate center of the group which also has retirement centers in Macon, Richmond Hill and Moultrie, Ga. The organization is a United Methodist Ministry to Older Adults, a part of the South Georgia Conference of the Methodist Church, a non-profit corporation....

By: Courtney Kueppers, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution CLICK HERE FOR FULL ARTICLE   ATLANTA - There's a lot of chatter about Atlanta's rapid change — especially the city's population, which has continued to climb in recent years. Now, a new study found that the city is among the quickest growing in...

By Julie Herron Carson, Patch Contributor Click here for full article The Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association (GAHBA) is pleased to announce that Justin Olear, vice president of Delaware's Noble's Pond, will be the featured speaker at the Atlanta 55+ Housing Council meeting Oct. 2. Olear and his...

Written by: NAHB CLICK HERE FOR FULL ARTICLE More baby boomers continue to work past the age of 65, but many are still looking toward retirement, including downsizing their current home and finding a location that fits their lifestyle. Because they may still be working full or part...

Baby boomers have a few distinct preferences when it comes to home location and features, according to a recent survey from the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB). The survey asked first-time buyers and existing home owners across different age groups to rank features based...