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Study: 'Shrinkflation' has afflicted Atlanta apartments (Decatur, too)
But analysis of nation’s 100 largest renter cities finds square footages growing in Marietta
March 6, 2023 by Josh Green
Report: Atlanta lags even small cities in converting buildings to apartments
Greenville and Richmond are eating ATL's lunch, new adaptive-reuse analysis finds
December 2, 2022 by Josh Green
Alpharetta lands in top 100 priciest rental cities in entire U.S.
Where the average apartment now rents for north of $2,000—more than New Orleans and Tampa
July 29, 2022 by Josh Green
Report: Almost all new Atlanta apartments qualify as 'luxury'
City of Atlanta ranks seventh in number of rentals constructed in past decade, but less than 3,000 were non-luxury, analysis finds
July 19, 2022 by Josh Green
Ranking the cheapest and priciest Atlanta neighborhoods for renting
Fresh Rent.com data includes more than a few surprises
April 29, 2022 by Josh Green
City of Atlanta rent prices continue trending... downward?
There's conflicting data out there. What are you seeing, renters of ATL?
March 22, 2022 by Josh Green
Report: Atlanta rents actually became cheaper in 2021. Really?
Rents for one and two-bedroom apartments went backwards in the city, a new analysis finds
February 2, 2022 by Josh Green
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