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With the impressive history and thriving real estate market in Atlanta, now is the perfect time to make your move to Georgia’s capital city. Whether you’re looking for a home for your family or for the next big investment, ATL multi family homes for sale offer opportunities for all to experience this beautiful hub of Southern culture. Depending on how much space you desire, there are dozens of vibrant and cozy neighborhoods to choose from. Buy a fixer upper duplex and try your hand at home renovations, or buy a designer-decorated luxury condo at the center of the Midtown art district.

Buckhead multi family properties for sale range from majestic townhomes to luxury condominiums. Larger families find comfortable homes here, as units are almost always bigger than their Downtown or Midtown counterparts and the schools are rated as some of the best in the city. Most multi family communities in Buckhead are clustered tightly around the business district, mainly along Roswell Road and Peachtree Road in neighborhoods like:

  • Colonial Homes
  • Peachtree Heights West
  • Buckhead Village
  • Ridgedale Park

Real estate in this area are great for shopping enthusiasts and fans of fine dining alike. Buckhead has several excellent malls, including Lenox Square, Phipps Plaza, Buckhead Station and The Shops at Buckhead, which offer everything from Forever 21 and GAP to specialty boutiques. Try the top Southern cuisine at a local eatery, like Horseradish Grill. As far as pricing for multi family residences in Buckhead, most condos fall within these ranges:

  • One bedroom: $170,000 to $300,000
  • Two bedrooms: $250,000 to $500,000
  • Three or more bedrooms: $500,000 to $1 million

Multi family homes for sale in Atlanta around the East and West neighborhoods are a little more affordable than those in Buckhead. The majority of properties here are mid-rise buildings and single-family homes that previous owners have converted into separate units, usually to rent out to multiple tenants. What options are available vary from one side of the city to the other, so it is important to know what style of housing and local amenities you are looking for.

Some of the most of the affordable multi-family homes in Atlanta are located in western neighborhoods. This is because many of them are duplexes in need of a little attention. Duplexes make for good investments, especially old buildings that require restoration. Buyers can make the space their own and raise the property value or rent the newly renovated house out to others. Prices are generally between $100,000 and $200,000, though some are listed for under $50k. Find duplexes like these in:

  • West End
  • English Avenue
  • Bankhead

On the other side of the city are the historic districts of Atlanta, where old buildings dating from the 1880s to the 1920s are restored and converted to loft apartments and townhomes. Whether you prefer industrial or Victorian-style architecture, the East region has options for you. Walkable cobblestone streets wind through some of the neighborhoods, along with budding shops, restaurants and other hangouts like Viva la Vegan. The cost of the average three bedroom townhouse here is around $400k, while four and five room units can be found for less than $600k in neighborhoods such as:

  • Cabbagetown
  • Inman Park
  • Summerhill

There are not quite as many multi family houses for sale in the business district. Most residences around Downtown are rentals, as flexible housing is favored by students and professionals in the area. However, the Midtown region offers modern condos for sale with some of the finest views in the city. Amenities are top-notch as well, including stainless steel appliances and hardwood floors.

Artsy hangouts and venues make up the city’s biggest art district, with both the famous High Museum of Art and Center for Puppetry Arts just a quick trip down the street, especially with the help of the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transport Authority (MARTA). While local luxury condos can reach over $4 million for multiple bedrooms, bathrooms and top amenities, most one bedroom units are listed from $150,000 to $350,000. These are the main neighborhoods contained in the Midtown area:

  • Atlantic Station
  • Technology Square
  • Midtown

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