February Housing Report

February 25, 2016

January home sales were 6.3% higher than those one year ago, about the same year-over-year increase seen in December. At the same time, anticipated seasonal trends resulted in 31.7% fewer sales in January than December. Since January 2009, the average drop in sales from December was 27.6%. Over the last 12 months, the average year-over-year increase in sales has been 5.6% and only two months, November and October, did not rise above year-ago sales. The Median price of all homes sold in January was $200,714, or 6.7% higher than January 2015. The inventory of homes for sale remains very tight in many metros across the country, at a level that is 14.7% lower than one year ago. At the rate of home sales in January, the national Months Supply of inventory was 4.6, down from 5.2 one year ago.

The February 2016 Housing Report infograph can be found here.

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