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According to an article published by the Wall Street Journal this week:"The housing market has turned—at last. The U.S. finally has moved beyond attention-grabbing predictions from housing "experts" that housing is bottoming. The numbers are now convincing.
The market stats for May, according to RMLS, showed improvement in just about every category that matters for home values.
The full report is below.
Activity is high and keeps growing. The number of accepted offers is up 16.4% over last year and 6.6% over last month. The number of homes sold was up a whopping 20.4% and 15.1%, versus last year and last month, respectively.
Our local multiple listing service (RMLS) continued to report good new for our market in their April edition of “Market Action”.
Activity is still on the rise with an 18% increase in accepted offers and a 13% increase in the number of closed transactions comparing April of this year to last year.
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Our multiple listing service (RMLS) released their February statistics and the numbers are looking good pretty much across the board.
The 2011 to 2012 comparison saw closed sales up by 17.5% and the pending sales up by a whopping 32.5%. The average sale price increased 4.3% but the median was down 1.3%.
Check out this article from OregonLive.com. This was sent to me by one of my current buyers who has been out bid on two properties that he wanted. You have to be ready to pounce when the right property comes up - especially if you have specific needs and/or desires.
Low inventory of available homes stymies Portland-area buyers
The RMLS stats came out for January, 2012, and we have a bit of a mixed bag. When looking at the year-to-year numbers, things are looking pretty good. The average sale price was $200 higher than last year (I’ll take what I can get!). Closed sales were up over 18% compared to last year. Pending sales were up over 22% and new listings were down 16.5%.
DSNews.com reports that the National Association of Home Builders and First American (a financial company and major player in real estate title insurance) added 29 metro areas to their “Improving Markets Index”.