Atlanta Industrial Boom Continues to Accelerate

Net absorption and deliveries vs. vacancy rate

Atlanta’s post-recession construction boom continued throughout 2017 and the metro’s industrial market set a new annual record for absorption, according to CBRE’s latest industrial and logistics quarterly report. Demand outpaced new deliveries in 2017, as numerous online and established retailers, suppliers and distributors have shown strong interest in the metro’s industrial product, pushing for an increase in pace and size of new industrial development. Read More

Firm changes perception on real estate

An indigenous firm, Homework Development and Properties Limited has helped in changing the erroneous perception of foreign investors about the Nigerian real estate sector.

This is the major outcome of the recent conference organised by the Association of Nigerian Physicians in the Americas (ANPA) in Atlanta, Georgia, United States. The Lagos real estate company showcased its affordable products and promoted positive developments in real estate in Nigeria. Read More

Colonie, NY, real estate agent Miguel Berger’s VoiceterPro expands to Atlanta (Video) – Albany Business Review

A large real estate broker in Atlanta is the latest to partner with Voiceter Pro LLC to offer voice-enabled home searches on Amazon.com’s (Nasdaq: AMZN) Alexa and Alphabet’s (Nasdaq: GOOG) Google Home devices.

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Georgia Properties will give people in metro Atlanta the ability to search for homes using technology developed by the owners of Voiceter Pro — Miguel Berger and his son, Ari. Read More

Georgia firefighter caught on video catching child from apartment blaze

A dramatic scene of a Georgia firefighter catching a child dropped from an apartment fire was captured on another firefighter’s helmet camera. The video was posted to social media Sunday by the firefighters’ union in DeKalb County, outside Atlanta.

In the video, third-generation firefighter Capt. Scott Stroup catches the young child dropped by a parent who was climbing down a ladder from a third-floor balcony early on Jan. 3.

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