Population growth is declining recently, but what's happening to household size? Well, a little bit of everything, depending on where you look
Another recent CDC moratorium has provided a housing "stay" for millions of renters facing back rent hurdles. We take a closer look at the issues and highlight some data and policy resources to explore the landscape further.
In the last decade, multifamily housing has driven a significant share of the population growth in core areas of our region. Multifamily activity has slowed in recent years, and even in the heyday years of Atlanta multifamily construction, building in the sector was relatively constrained compared to single-family in Atlanta and to multifamily building in other metros.
Exploring past trends and the present landscape of owner and renter housing in the 10-county area.
Data from two surveys show that housing affordability worries are all too real for Atlantans, and are growing despite initial policy efforts.
This month's regional snapshot provides an assessment of regional housing affordability in the Atlanta region. Starting with a review of historic trends in housing construction and costs, the snapshot then steps through the definition of regional "subareas" based on inventory, price, and affordability characteristics.
A look at how differences in income are related to differences in our opinions and beliefs about life in Atlanta, with a focus on housing affordability and workforce development.
A collection of highlights gleaned from our recently updated 20-County dashboard.
Rental affordability and the challenges of being a renter are gaining ground among advocates, researchers and politicians. This Friday Factday takes an in-depth look at who is most likely to be renting in the metro and where they are most likely to live, as well as their unique views on life in the metro.