The number of homes sold has declined, but prices here have remained stable or even risen, housing records show. Consider these facts from a recent report from the Greater Utica-Rome Board of Realtors: – Rising prices: Between 2001 and 2007, the average sales price for a single-family home in the Utica-Rome area jumped about 50 percent, from.
Home sales declined in September, marking the fifth month this year when sales fell year-over-year, according to new data from RE/MAX. However, sale prices were up in September, which marked the 71st consecutive month of year-over-year price increases.
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· Comparing data from February 2018, the latest report showed that pending sales were up 4.5 percent to 647 and new listings dropped 6.3 percent to 696. Furthermore, closed sales dropped from 453 to 418, a 7.7 percent decrease. In Carbon County, new listings increased from 68 to 79, an increase of 16.2 percent.
Home sales outpace listings in Pierce, Kitsap counties in March – As the spring real estate market ramps up in western Washington, buyers are flocking to Kitsap and Pierce counties. A report released Friday from the Northwest Multiple Listing Service shows pending.
· The RE/MAX national housing report for March 2019 released last week studied housing activity in 54 markets nationwide. The report showed that March home sales were down 11.3% in Maricopa County.
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According to the March RE/MAX National Housing Report, home sales dropped 0.2% from February 2017, while the Days on Market average of 62 days was the lowest of any February in the report’s nine-year history.
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Sales of previously owned homes slowed in January, a reflection of the rising prices and tight supplies that could constrain the housing market this year.
DENVER, April 16, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Kicking off the spring homebuying season, March sales climbed almost 29% over February, according to the RE/MAX National Housing Report. But this remains the.
DENVER – Riding two trends-declining sales and growing inventory- the U.S. housing market continued to transition from a seller’s market to a buyer’s market in February, according to the RE/MAX National Housing Report. Home sales in the 54-market report have declined year-over-year for seven consecutive months, though February’s downturn of 4.2% was the smallest since the 1.1% drop.
Sales of newly constructed homes, accounting of roughly 10% of all U.S. home sales, fell 7.8% in January from the prior month and 1% from the year-ago period to a seasonally adjusted annual rate.