The number of new listings coming on the market is up slightly. Sales are flat. Price changes are the same, but the last month has had an increase. This along with days on the market indicates a steady market for pricing. Mortgage rates were up slightly.
More listings came on the market.
A few more sales. Inventories are up slightly. Price adjustments are on the rise, probably due to poor pricing in the beginning as home values have been going up.
Inventories are nearly the same as the end of last month.
We had more listings come on the market, although sales were up as well. Mortgage rates are steady, with a slight downward momentum. A 15-year loan rate is 5.25%. Days on the market to sell remain the same.
Inventories are up, primarily due to more properties coming on the market.
This is a typical seasonal event, as many of the new listings are new construction. Pending and contingent sales are up slightly. Time to sell is down a few days. Price adjustments are mostly steady, and indicate a stable market for pricing. Mortgage rates are just...
Inventories are steady…
The number of new listings coming on the market are comparable to the past few reports. Sold/closed properties and pending sales remain consistent. Mortgage rates are in the 6% range for a 30 year loan.
New listing activity has been brisk.
A substantial increase in the number of properties coming on the market. Current sale pending and contingent sales are both up, and sold/closed properties are up as well. Mortgage rates are DOWN!
Inventory of homes for sale has decreased again this period.
Fewer new properties coming on the market, and the sales are slightly down. Mortgage rates increased to 6.5% for a 30 year loan and 6% for 15.
Inventories slipped slightly as fewer new listings were placed on the market.
Pending/contingent sales are also down slightly. Time on the market for a sale is steady. Mortgage rates jumped ½ percentage point.
Inventories are down from the beginning of the year.
Fewer new properties have come on the market, which is unusual for January. There have been more sale pending/contingent sales which accounts for the decrease in inventory levels. Mortgage rates are holding steady at the 5.5% range for 30 years, and 5% for a 15 year...
More new listings coming on the market has increased inventories back to late fall levels
Pending sales are steady. Marketing time is unchanged. Price adjustments are up.
The year ended without a bang.
Inventories were down, new listings coming on the market were down, pending and contingent sales were down, off the market properties were up, and days on the market were up. All of this indicates a boring market…it’s what happens during the holidays. All in all, the...
Inventories have dropped slightly.
Fewer homes coming on the market, and a few more sales, have decrease the number. Mortgage rates are 5.25% for a 15 year and 5.75% for a 30 year! All else remains steady.
Inventories are increasing…
Fewer homes coming on the market, fewer sales, and more price adjustments reflects the past two weeks. It appears we are experiencing a seasonal/holiday affect as well as a slow-down in activity due to higher mortgage rates and consumer confidence.
Inventory levels are virtually unchanged over the past month.
60% of the homes for sale are single family, the rest are twinhomes, townhomes, or condos. New properties coming on the market have fallen and off-market properties have increased. Sales have remained steady. Mortgage rates have stalled.
The number of homes for sale through the MLS system has increased.
The number of properties closing is down, so are pending/contingent sales waiting to close. In general, we are seeing a 30% reduction in the number of homes going under contract. Mortgage rate for a 30 year conventional loan is 7%, government loans are less.
Inventory levels are nearly identical from two weeks ago.
New listings are down 20%. Sale pendings are down slightly. Off market property is steady. Days on market is unchanged. Mortgage rates are moving higher… 6.75% for a 30 year conventional loan.
There is definitely a shift in the air. Inventories are increasing.
Mortgage rates are up. Consumer confidence is waning. Cost of housing with earlier higher prices, coupled with higher cost of money has increased a potential buyer's monthly investment. Add this to a higher cost of living for almost everything and some buyers have...
Inventories are increasing.
More houses are coming on the market. Sales are steady. Prices are stabilizing.
The number of homes for sale is slightly higher this period over the previous two weeks.
More listings have appeared, both sale pending and contingent sales are up as well. Days on the market remain the same.
New listings coming on the market are outpacing sales
Inventories are increasing. An interesting factor is the number of homes reducing their asking price, a prelude to lower prices in general. Values are up approximately 18% for the year. Days on the market remain unchanged, good properties still sell fast. Overall...
Inventories are growing, mostly from fewer sales.
More sellers are making price adjustments. More sales have fallen out and are back on the market. Mortgage rates have been bouncing around, today they are 5.375% for 30 years and as low as 4.50% for a Jumbo 15 year.
Inventories Are Up
More new listings hitting the market. Sale pendings are up slightly. Mortgage rates took a fairly steep rise, 5.25% to 5.75% range. There are many different programs for financing available and easy to fit your timeframe and plans.