Monday, February 14, 2022

Home prices surge in north Georgia for 2021

 

Georgia home prices in the northern counties of the state surged in 2021 with many counties reporting increases above the national average of 18.5%.

Home prices in Clayton County rose 31.3% over the year followed by prices in Madison County growing by 30.3%.

Twenty-eight counties recorded home price increases from 20 to 30 percent, while 16 counties showed increases of 10 to 20 percent over the year.

Georgia’s largest county by population, Fulton County, recorded a below-average increase of 16.1%. DeKalb County posted a 15.3% increase, while Gwinnett County showed  an increase of 25.7% and Cobb County posted a 19.3% rise over the year.

Data provided by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, which compiled information for 1,200 counties nationwide in conjunction with CoreLogic. For more information see https://www.newyorkfed.org/research/home-price-index

Home Price Increases, December 2020 to December 2021

Clayton County 31.3%

Madison County 30.3%

Jackson County 28.5%

Pickens County 28.5%

Fannin County 28.1%

Paulding County 26.4%

Barrow County 26.3%

Forsyth County 26.2%

Lumpkin County 26.2%

Bartow County 26.0%

Gwinnett County 25.7%

Gilmer County 25.6%

Henry County 25.6%

Hall County 25.3%

Newton County 25.1%

Rabun County 24.7%

Habersham County 24.1%

Union County 23.4%

Carroll County 23.2%

Cherokee County 23.0%

Walton County 22.5%

Coweta County 22.3%

Spalding County 22.3%

Douglas County 21.9%

Greene County 21.5%

Troup County 21.3%

Murray County 20.9%

Floyd County 20.5%

White County 20.5%

Clarke County 19.9%

Polk County 19.9%

Whitfield County 19.8%

Cobb County 19.3%

Catoosa County 19.2%

Gordon County 19.0%

Oconee County 19.0%

Rockdale County 19.0%

Walker County 18.8%

Fayette County 18.6%

Dawson County 17.9%

Fulton County 16.1%

DeKalb County 15.3%

Haralson County 15.3%

Butts County 10.8%


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