Zip Code 30340 Real Estate Market Statistics

Zip Code 30340 Real Estate Market Statistics

Real Estate Market Statistics for zip code 30340 updated weekly by Altos Research.

90-day stats for Single Family properties in
ATLANTA, GA 30340 as of October 12, 2018
Median List Price:$340,215Average List Price:$340,609
Total Inventory:34Price per Square Foot:$150
Average Home Size:2,254Median Lot Size:17,296
Average # Beds:3.51Average # Baths:2.60
Homes Absorbed:5Newly Listed:6
Days on Market:54Average Age:44

90-day stats for Condo properties in
ATLANTA, GA 30340 as of October 12, 2018
Median List Price:$239,445Average List Price:$232,285
Total Inventory:17Price per Square Foot:$134
Average Home Size:1,677Median Lot Size:n/a
Average # Beds:2.56Average # Baths:2.60
Homes Absorbed:2Newly Listed:3
Days on Market:46Average Age:23

Detailed real estate market data reports are available by clicking on links here for  30033, 30084, 30329, 30340, 30341, 30345 zip codes.

Zip Code 30340 Real Estate Market Statistics provided by Sally English, Associate Broker, Realty Associates of Atlanta LLC. Call or text Sally English 404.229.2995 with your real estate questions. Sally has assisted many home buyers and home sellers in zip code 30340 and this is part of her home turf

Total Inventory

“Inventory” is simply real estate lingo for “the number of homes for sale.” This stat shows you how much supply is available in the market you are researching. Inventory levels can ebb and flow frequently due to seasonal effects. There’s usually more inventory on the market in the spring-time as the natural rate of real estate activity picks up during this time of year. Alternately, there’s generally less inventory in the Fall or Winter as real estate activity slows.

Price Per Square foot: 

Price per Square Foot is a measure of value. Think of this stat as answering the question – “How much house am I getting for my money?”

Median Price

Median is the midpoint between high and low. Median is not the same as Average.

The real estate industry generally uses “Median Price” instead of “Average Price”.
Because a couple of high-end or low-end properties in a single zip code or city can skew the Average Price pretty quickly, using Median gives a more accurate depiction of local price levels.

Median Price is often a very good proxy for indicating real-time market activity.
Sellers in a market, with the help of their local real estate agent, will price their home according to other similar homes in that market. While this isn’t a perfect science, most agents and sellers tend to price their homes in close to the price where it will eventually sell. As the median price changes, this can indicate a couple of key market movements:

1. A rise in median price means that sellers are responding to more sales in their local area which means that the local market might be “strengthening” or getting “hotter” – favoring sellers, so they will ask more for their home. A fall in the median price might indicate the opposite – few homes selling at the current price levels which causes homes on the market to drop their price and for new homes on the market to price more aggressively.

2. A rise in median price could also mean that homes at the lower part of the market are selling and leaving the market. This means that the remaining homes on the market are at a higher price point, which causes the aggregated median price to rise.

Market Action Index Definition (MAI)

MAI: We developed the MAI so you immediately know if it’s a Buyer’s or Seller’s market.
30+ indicates a Sellers market.

The Market Action Index (MAI) illustrates the balance between supply and demand using a statistical function of the current rate of sale versus current inventory. An MAI value greater than 30 typically indicates a “Seller’s Market” (a.k.a. “Hot Market”) because demand is high enough to quickly absorb available supply. A hot market will typically cause prices to rise. MAI values below 30 indicate a “Buyer’s Market” (a.k.a. “Cold Market”) where the inventory of already-listed homes is sufficient to last several months at the current rate of sales. A cold market will typically cause prices to fall.”

Keep in mind that an MAI value close to “30” probably means that the local market is balanced or neutral. So if the MAI for your local market is somewhere between 27-33, then it’s likely to be either a buyer’s market or seller’s market based on the individual street or home area that a particular property is in.

Detailed real estate market data reports are available by clicking on links here for  30033, 30084, 30329, 30340, 30341, 30345 zip codes.

Are you thinking of selling a home in the 30340 zip code?  Call or text Sally now 404.229.2995 to request a free market analysis of your home.  Our real time stats help you see where the market is going and make a solid decision about the sale of your home. Sally’s office at Realty Associates of Atlanta sells a large percentage of the homes in Atlanta zip code 30340. Look for Realty Associates of Atlanta “sold: signs on your street.

Zip code 30340 can be confusing because the post office labels the zip code as both “Doraville” and “Atlanta”.  Portions of zip code 30340 are located in the city of Doraville.  The remainder of the zip code is in unincorporated DeKalb County and uses both “Doraville” and “Atlanta” as the City designation.  You have to check the tax record to determine if your home is in the City of Doraville.

You can find Sally at her favorite zip code 30340 neighborhood restaurants including the Mediterranean Grill, Cafe Hot Wings and Little Cuba.  Zip code 30340  housing offers great value and a convenient commute to Emory University and CDC.