In a recentpost, we explained that the supply of homes for sale in December was at its lowest level in over a year. TheJanuary National Housing Trend Reportfromrealtor.comnow reveals that inventory in January has decreased another 6.7% month over month and 8.7% year over year. This is occurring at the same time that buyer activity (demand) remains strong. This promptedrealtor.com’s Chief Economist Jonathan Smoke to report:
“January’s inventory data suggest a continuation of the tightening trend we identified last month in the December data, and with a shortage of inventory typically comesincreased home prices. Half of the 200 marketsrealtor.comtracks experienced year-over-year price increases of at least 6% in January.”
“The majority of metropolitan areas experienced steady butslightly stronger price growthin the fourth quarter of 2014, behind a decline in housing supply and an uptick in demand fueled by lower interest rates and a stronger job market.”
Whether you are a first time buyer or a move-up buyer, now may be time to purchase a home – before prices increase any further.
Author:Dawn Borkowski Phone: 864-313-4608 Dated: February 25th 2015 Views: 319 About Dawn: ...
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