Eugene James

Eugene James

Eugene James is the Atlanta and Nashville regional director for Metrostudy. He has 29 years of real estate experience including advising home builders, developers, lenders and equity investors as well as state and local governments on multiple housing related issues.

Previously, Eugene was the former Chief Appraiser for DeKalb and Fulton County Tax Assessors offices in Georgia. While in the private sector he helped to reappraise Gwinnett County as well Long Island, New York and portions of Ohio.

James currently serves as a board member for the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association, and for HomeAid Atlanta, a non-profit providing housing for homeless women and children. Eugene is a frequently requested speaker at real estate industry events including universities, homebuilder associations and financial institutions. He has been quoted as a real estate expert through the years in many different outlets such as The Wall Street Journal, NBC news, the Atlanta Business Chronicle, and others, and has been called one of Atlanta’s most influential people in real estate for the past several years. In 2012, Eugene was named associate of the year for the Atlanta Home Builders Association.

Eugene graduated from the University of the District of Columbia with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business, is a licensed real estate broker and a real estate appraiser. Eugene is affiliated with numerous professional real estate organizations, volunteers with the Boy Scouts, serves as an advisor for a church youth department and is a basketball and soccer coach. Eugene is married and has two school-aged children.

Eugene James's Posts

Demand Outpaces Supply in Atlanta Demand Outpaces Supply in Atlanta

New home starts in the market showed solid growth in 2Q16, but new and existing home inventory is still too low to quell demand. Read more

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New Home Starts Reach Seven-Year High in Nashville New Home Starts Reach Seven-Year High in Nashville

As prices also hit record highs, the market struggles to meet growing demand for new homes. Read more

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