Weekly Update – Week of August 2nd, 2014

    The past two years of recovery have defied the initial expectations of many. Some
    portions of the market are starting to experience a bit of a slowdown, which may
    be due to seasonal unpredictability, lack of inventory, inability to obtain proper
    financing under tighter regulations or other factors. As long as good data is
    available for market analysis, the possibility of continued recovery and stability is
    present. The slow loris approach to hunting and gathering is not welcome on this
    journey toward residential real estate expertise.

    In the Twin Cities region, for the week ending August 2:

    • New Listings increased 7.3% to 1,815
    • Pending Sales decreased 5.9% to 1,173
    • Inventory increased 9.3% to 18,447

    For the month of July:

    • Median Sales Price increased 3.4% to $215,000
    • Days on Market decreased 5.6% to 68
    • Percent of Original List Price Received decreased 0.7% to 96.8%
    • Months Supply of Inventory increased 15.8% to 4.4

     

    SOURCE: mplsrealtor.com

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