The city of Atlanta is home to some of the most expensive real estate in the country.
The median price of a home in the city is $1.35 million, which is more than $10,000 above the national average.
And according to the Atlanta real estate broker CBRE Group, the average value of a new home in Atlanta is over $1 million.
But the value of Atlanta’s real estate is falling, and that’s the point.
In January, Atlanta’s median home price was $1,071,900.
That dropped to $890,100 in February, $869,100 last month and is now at $876,100.
That’s down more than 25% since January.
The price of the average home in Nashville is currently over $2 million.
It’s been over $3 million for more than a year.
Atlanta is home not only to one of the highest median home prices in the nation, but the home of the biggest housing bubble in US history, which exploded during the recession and has continued to rise, especially in the South and the South East.
The housing bubble, which began in 2009, was fueled by a housing boom in the inner city of the city.
The home bubble burst in 2013 when prices for homes were driven up by the housing market.
Real estate brokers and real estate agents say that bubble was the largest bubble in the history of the United States, with the housing boom having fueled the housing bust.
The housing boom also fueled a boom in illegal immigration and drug smuggling in the US, which created a massive influx of cheap labor that has been driving up prices.
Now that the bubble has burst, Atlanta has been forced to contend with a housing bubble that has continued for years.
When the housing bubble burst, many of the cities most expensive housing in the U.S. was built right in the middle of the metro area, and there were few places to find housing.
In the end, the biggest bust in Atlanta’s history was the massive 2008 housing bust, which brought with it a huge increase in the number of new home listings.
It created a housing shortage that has left many people stuck in rental limbo.
In 2016, the median home in metro Atlanta sold for $3,879,100, up 12% from the year before.
A study by CBRE found that Atlanta’s average price fell 11% in the first three months of this year, to $1 in February.
That dropped to around $734,100 the same month, a drop of 24%.
At the same time, the housing prices of other cities in the metro Atlanta region have dropped in real terms, as well.
In Nashville, the price of an average home dropped 15% from $2.45 million in January to $3.3 million last month.
The median home was $2,976,000.
Atlanta’s median price dropped 8% in February to $2 and the average price of homes in the entire metro region is now $3M.