Thinking Of A Cool Down In Housing? Not This Season? Share

October 30, 2017

If you think our housing market is going to slow down this Holiday Season think again. If Autumn is an example, homebuyers are still going to be competing for homes where inventories are low across the country. Here is a great article from Realtor.com about home prices and housing inventories during the past months.

Autumn began in September, but activity in the housing market remained at summer-like levels through October, according to realtor.com®’s latest data preview. Prices in October were 10 percent higher than those one year ago, with the national median at $275,000 and the national median age of inventory at 73 days.

“This month we aren’t just experiencing still-summery weather—we’re also seeing a sizzling competitive housing market at a time when things are usually cooling off for the fall,” says Danielle Hale, chief economist at realtor.com. “With not enough homes on the market to meet the high demand, homes are selling 8 percent more quickly than a year ago even though prices are as high as they’ve ever been.

“For potential buyers who waited until fall hoping to score a bargain, the pickings are disappointingly slim,” Hale says, “but one potential bright spot for market-fatigued buyers is that new listings are up slightly from one year ago. While new listings declined in the first four months of the year, they have increased on a year-over-year basis in five of the last six months.”

San Diego ranks #4 in realtor.com’s Hotness Index for October:

San Diego-Carlsbad, Calif.

Median Age of Inventory: 40 days

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