Found 3 blog entries tagged as Market Report.

This market report is based on residential sales and residential land sales in Santa Fe County.

Residential - Market Growth

Residential Market Report
The Median Sales Price continues to grow and Average Days On Market continue to shorten. There was a drop in the number of Properties Sold which may be reflective of an inventory that has decreased.

Residential - Comparable Sales in Price Categories


Sales below $250,000 continue to drop as the availability of homes for sale in that price point diminishes. The strongest price point continues to be homes selling below $500,000.

Residential - Third Quarter Volume Comparison by Month


Steady growth as the year proceeds appears to be the pattern. It will be interesting to see if the trend continues through the…

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This market report is based on residential sales and residential land sales in Santa Fe County.

Residential - Market Growth

Residential Market Growth
The Median Sales Price continues to grow and Average Days On Market continue to shorten. There was a drop in the number of Properties Sold which may be reflective of an inventory that has decreased.

Residential - Comparable Sales in Price Categories


Sales below $250,000 continue to drop as the availability of homes for sale in that price point diminishes. The strongest price point continues to be homes selling below $500,000.

Residential - Second Quarter Volume Comparison by Month


Steady growth as the year proceeds appears to be the pattern. It will be interesting to see if the trend continues through the Summer and…

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The Santa Fe County residential sales statistics through the second quarter of 2018 are complete and though six months is not really substantial enough to see a trend, there are some interesting indications in the strong market. 

The first thing that gets attention is a shortened days on market which on the surface is impressive but is partially driven by the procedures of counting days which is used by the source. For a number of years the days were counted starting with list date and ending with close date or under contract date. The status of under contract was eliminated at some point and now the date is counted starting with list date and ending with the pending date. Though the method of counting may affect the accuracy to some degree, all…

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