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Martin County Townhouses and Condos March 2024 Market Report

Martin County Townhouses and Condos March 2024 Market Report

The Martin County Townhouses and Condos real estate market showed weaker sales activity when compared to last year. We continue to encounter headwinds of economic uncertainties and high mortgage rates. Closed sales for the month were down by 3.5%.  They were up by 2.4% in February.  New sales under contract (new pending sales) were down 17.9% from last year.  They were unchanged in February.

Prices were up for March.  The median sales price increased by 18.0% (was down by 6.8% last month). And, the average sales price increased by 18.5% (was down by 0.5% in February).

The available townhouses and condos inventory decreased by 28 units to 520 properties.  This is a 79.9% greater supply of inventory than we had in March 2023.  Currently, there’s a 6.0 months supply of inventory (compared to 3.3 months for March 2023).  We’ve re-entered a balanced market for townhouses and condos in Martin County. Typically, a balanced market favoring neither buyers nor sellers is considered to be one with a 6 to 7-month supply of inventory.

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Martin County Townhouses and Condos March 2024 Market Report

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Martin County Townhouses and Condos March 2024 Market Report

Martin County Townhouses and Condos February 2024 Market Report

Martin County Townhouses and Condos February 2024 Market Report

The Martin County Townhouses and Condos real estate market showed improved sales activity when compared to last year. We continue to encounter headwinds of economic uncertainties, though mortgage rates have appeared to peak and started to decline. Closed sales for the month were up by 2.4%.  They were up by 22.0% in January.  New sales under contract (new pending sales) were unchanged from last year.  They were down by 12.2% in January.

Prices were down for February.  The median sales price decreased by 6.8% (was down by 11.1% last month). And, the average sales price decreased by 0.5% (was down by 11.0% in January).

The available townhouses and condos inventory increased by 40 units to 548 properties.  This is a 77.9% greater supply of inventory than we had in February 2023.  Currently, there’s a 6.3 months supply of inventory (compared to 3.6 months for February 2023).  We’ve re-entered a balanced market for townhouses and condos in Martin County. Typically, a balanced market favoring neither buyers nor sellers is considered to be one with a 6 to 7-month supply of inventory.

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Martin County Townhouses and Condos February 2024 Market Report

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Martin County Townhouses and Condos February 2024 Market Report

Martin County Townhouses and Condos January 2024 Market Report

Martin County Townhouses and Condos January 2024 Market Report

The Martin County Townhouses and Condos real estate market showed improved sales activity when compared to last year. We continue to encounter headwinds of economic uncertainties, though mortgage rates have appeared to peak and started to decline. Closed sales for the month were up by 22.0%.  They were up by 17.4% in December.  New sales under contract (new pending sales) were down by 12.2% from last year.  They were up by 7.4% in December.

Prices were down for January.  The median sales price decreased by 11.1% (was up by 6.7% last month). And, the average sales price decreased by 11.0% (was up by 19.8% in December).

The available townhouses and condos inventory increased by 59 units to 508 properties.  This is a 69.3% greater supply of inventory than we had in January 2023.  Currently, there’s a 5.9 month supply of inventory (compared to 3.4 months for January 2023).  We remain in a seller’s market for townhouses and condos in Martin County, though just about to enter a balanced market. Typically, a balanced market favoring neither buyers nor sellers is considered to be one with a 6 to 7-month supply of inventory.

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Martin County Townhouses and Condos January 2024 Market Report

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Martin County Townhouses and Condos January 2024 Market Report

Martin County Townhouses and Condos December 2023 Market Report

Martin County Townhouses and Condos December 2023 Market Report

The Martin County Townhouses and Condos real estate market showed improved sales activity when compared to last year. We continue to encounter headwinds of economic uncertainties, though mortgage rates have appeared to peak and started to decline. Closed sales for the month were up by 17.4%.  They were down by 21.4% in November.  New sales under contract (new pending sales) were up by 7.4% from last year.  They were up by 21.7% in November.

Prices were up for December.  The median sales price increased by 6.7% (was up by 7.3% last month). And, the average sales price increased by 19.8% (was up by 17.3% in November).

The available townhouses and condos inventory increased by 26 units to 449 properties.  This is a 54.3% greater supply of inventory than we had in December 2022.  Currently, there’s a 5.2 month supply of inventory (compared to 3.2 months for December 2022).  We remain in a seller’s market for townhouses and condos in Martin County, though trending towards a more balanced market. Typically, a balanced market favoring neither buyers nor sellers is considered to be one with a 6 to 7-month supply of inventory.

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Martin County Townhouses and Condos December 2023 Market Report

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Martin County Townhouses and Condos December 2023 Market Report

Martin County Townhouses and Condos November 2023 Market Report

Martin County Townhouses and Condos November 2023 Market Report

The Martin County Townhouses and Condos real estate market showed weaker sales activity when compared to last year. We continue to encounter headwinds of economic uncertainties, though mortgage rates have appeared to peak. Closed sales for the month were down by 21.4%.  They were down by 30.9% in October.  New sales under contract (new pending sales) were up by 21.7% from last year.  They were up by 13.3% in October.

Prices were up for November.  The median sales price increased by 7.3% (was down by 1.6% last month). And, the average sales price increased by 17.3% (was up by 24.2% in October).

The available townhouses and condos inventory increased by 47 units to 423 properties.  This is a 47.9% greater supply of inventory than we had in November 2022.  Currently, there’s a 5.0 month supply of inventory (compared to 3.0 months for November 2022).  We remain in a seller’s market for townhouses and condos in Martin County, though trending towards a more balanced market. Typically, a balanced market favoring neither buyers nor sellers is considered to be one with a 6 to 7-month supply of inventory.

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Martin County Townhouses and Condos November 2023 Market Report

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Martin County Townhouses and Condos November 2023 Market Report

Martin County Townhouses and Condos October 2023 Market Report

Martin County Townhouses and Condos October 2023 Market Report

The Martin County Townhouses and Condos real estate market showed weaker sales activity when compared to last year. We continue to encounter headwinds of economic uncertainties, though mortgage rates have appeared to peak. Closed sales for the month were down by 30.9%.  They were down by 15.5% in September.  New sales under contract (new pending sales) were up by 13.3% from last year.  They were down by 10.4% in September.

Prices were mixed for October.  The median sales price decreased by 1.6% (was down by 4.7% last month). And, the average sales price increased by 24.2% (was up by 1.1% in September).

The available townhouses and condos inventory increased by 41 units to 376 properties.  This is a 53.5% greater supply of inventory than we had in October 2022.  Currently, there’s a 4.4-month supply of inventory (compared to 2.6 months for October 2022).  We remain in a seller’s market for townhouses and condos in Martin County, though trending towards a more balanced market. Typically, a balanced market favoring neither buyers nor sellers is considered to be one with a 6 to 7-month supply of inventory.

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Martin County Townhouses and Condos October 2023 Market Report

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Martin County Townhouses and Condos October 2023 Market Report

Martin County Townhouses and Condos September 2023 Market Report

Martin County Townhouses and Condos September 2023 Market Report

The Martin County Townhouses and Condos real estate market showed weaker sales activity when compared to last year. We continue to encounter headwinds of increasing mortgage rates and other economic uncertainties. Closed sales for the month were down by 15.5%.  They were up by 4.4% in August.  New sales under contract (new pending sales) were down by 10.4% from last year.  They were down by 19.2% in August.

Prices were mixed for September.  The median sales price decreased by 4.7% (was down by 4.4% last month). And, the average sales price increased by 1.1% (was up by 4.8% in August).

The available townhouses and condos inventory increased by 44 units to 335 properties.  This is a 54.4% greater supply of inventory than we had in September 2022.  Currently, there’s a 3.8-month supply of inventory (compared to 2.3 months for September 2022).  We remain in a seller’s market for townhouses and condos in Martin County, though trending towards a more balanced market. Typically, a balanced market favoring neither buyers nor sellers is considered to be one with a 6 to 7-month supply of inventory.

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Martin County Townhouses and Condos September 2023 Market Report

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Martin County Townhouses and Condos September 2023 Market Report

Martin County Townhouses and Condos August 2023 Market Report

Martin County Townhouses and Condos August 2023 Market Report

The Martin County Townhouses and Condos real estate market showed slightly improved closed activity when compared to last year. Even as we continue to encounter headwinds of increasing mortgage rates and other economic uncertainties. Closed sales for the month were up by 4.4%.  They were up by 30.8% in July.  New sales under contract (new pending sales) were down by 19.2% from last year.  They were up by 2.2% in July.

Prices were mixed for August.  The median sales price decreased by 4.4% (was up by 2.9% last month). And, the average sales price increased by 4.8% (was up by 42.1% in July).

The available townhouses and condos inventory increased by 11 units to 291 properties.  This is a 55.0% greater supply of inventory than we had in August 2022.  Currently, there’s a 3.3-month supply of inventory (compared to 2.1 months for August 2022).  We remain in a seller’s market for townhouses and condos in Martin County, though trending towards a more balanced market. Typically, a balanced market favoring neither buyers nor sellers is considered to be one with a 6 to 7-month supply of inventory.

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Martin County Townhouses and Condos August 2023 Market Report

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Martin County Townhouses and Condos August 2023 Market Report

Martin County Townhouses and Condos July 2023 Market Report

Martin County Townhouses and Condos July 2023 Market Report

The Martin County Townhouses and Condos real estate market showed better-closed activity than last year. Even as we continue to encounter headwinds of increasing mortgage rates and other economic uncertainties. Closed sales for the month were up by 30.8%.  They were up by 10.1% in June.  New sales under contract (new pending sales) were up by 2.2% from last year.  They were up by 35.6% in June.

Prices, also, continued to increase for July.  The median sales price increased by 2.9% (was up by 5.5% last month). And, the average sales price increased by 42.1% (was up by 8.3% in June).

The available townhouses and condos inventory decreased by 7 units to 280 properties.  This is a 55.0% greater supply of inventory than we had in July 2022.  Currently, there’s a 3.1 months supply of inventory (compared to 2.0 months for July 2022).  We remain in a seller’s market for townhouses and condos in Martin County, though trending towards a more balanced market. Typically, a balanced market favoring neither buyers nor sellers is considered to be one with a 6 to 7-month supply of inventory.

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Martin County Townhouses and Condos July 2023 Market Report

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Martin County Townhouses and Condos July 2023 Market Report

Martin County Townhouses and Condos June 2023 Market Report

Martin County Townhouses and Condos June 2023 Market Report

The Martin County Townhouses and Condos real estate market had improved sales activity when compared to last year. The inventory numbers are rising, but we are still facing headwinds with increasing mortgage rates and other economic uncertainties. Closed sales for the month were up by 10.1%.  They were down by 15.9% in May.  New sales under contract (new pending sales) were up by 35.6% from last year.  They were down by 19.0% in May.

Prices, also, continued to increase for June.  The median sales price increased by 5.5% (was up by 5.2% last month). While the average sales price increased by 8.3% (was up by 0.4% in May).

The available townhouses and condos inventory decreased by 12 units to 287 properties.  This is a 53.5% greater supply of inventory than we had in June 2022.  Currently, there’s a 3.3 months supply of inventory (compared to 1.8 months for June 2022).  We remain in a seller’s market for townhouses and condos in Martin County, though trending towards a more balanced market. Typically, a balanced market favoring neither buyers nor sellers is considered to be one with a 6 to 7-month supply of inventory.

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Martin County Townhouses and Condos July 2023 Market Report

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Martin County Townhouses and Condos June 2023 Market Report

Martin County Townhouses and Condos May 2023 Market Report

Martin County Townhouses and Condos May 2023 Market Report

The Martin County Townhouses and Condos real estate market had weaker sales activity when compared to last year. The inventory numbers are rising, but we are facing headwinds with increasing mortgage rates and other economic uncertainties. Closed sales for the month were down by 15.9%.  They were down by 4.0% in April.  New sales under contract (new pending sales) were down by 19.0% from last year.  They were down by 26.2% in April.

Prices continued to increase for May.  The median sales price increased by 5.2% (was up by 17.1% last month). While the average sales price increased by 0.4% (was up by 20.9% in April).

The available townhouses and condos inventory decreased by 26 units to 298 properties.  This is a 115.9% greater supply of inventory than we had in May 2022.  Currently, there’s a 3.5 months supply of inventory (compared to 1.3 months for May 2022).  We remain in a seller’s market for townhouses and condos in Martin County, though trending towards a more balanced market. Typically, a balanced market favoring neither buyers nor sellers is considered to be one with a 6 to 7-month supply of inventory.

Martin County Townhouses and Condos May 2023 Market Report

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Martin County Townhouses and Condos May 2023 Market Report

Martin County Townhouses and Condos April 2023 Market Report

Martin County Townhouses and Condos April 2023 Market Report

The Martin County Townhouses and Condos real estate market had weaker sales activity when compared to last year. The inventory numbers are rising, but we are facing headwinds with increasing mortgage rates and other economic uncertainties. Closed sales for the month were down by 4.0%.  They were up by 16.5% in March.  New sales under contract (new pending sales) were down by 26.2% from last year.  They were up by 5.1% in March.

Prices continued to increase for April.  The median sales price increased by 17.1% (was up by 1.5% last month). While the average sales price increased by 20.9% (was down by 2.6% in March).

The available townhouses and condos inventory increased by 35 units to 324 properties.  This is a 176.9% greater supply of inventory than we had in April 2022.  Currently, there’s a 3.7 months supply of inventory (compared to 1.1 months for April 2022).  We remain in a seller’s market for townhouses and condos in Martin County, though trending towards a more balanced market. Typically, a balanced market favoring neither buyers nor sellers is considered to be one with a 6 to 7-month supply of inventory.

Martin County Townhouses and Condos April 2023 Market Report

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Martin County Townhouses and Condos April 2023 Market Report

Martin County Townhouses and Condos March 2023 Market Report

Martin County Townhouses and Condos March 2023 Market Report

The Martin County Townhouses and Condos had stronger closed activity for the first time in months. But, we are still encountering headwinds with increasing mortgage rates and other economic uncertainties. Closed sales for the month were up by 16.5%.  They were down by 28.4% in February.  New sales under contract (new pending sales) were up by 5.1% from last year.  They were down by 7.2% in February.

Price activity was mixed for March.  The median sales price increased by 1.5% (was up by 10.3% last month). While the average sales price decreased by 2.6% (was down by 5.5% in February).

The available townhouses and condos inventory decreased by 19 units to 289 properties.  This is a 147.0% greater supply of inventory than we had in March 2022.  Currently, there’s a 3.3 months supply of inventory (compared to 1.0 months for March 2022).  We remain in a seller’s market for townhouses and condos in Martin County, though trending towards a more balanced market. Typically, a balanced market favoring neither buyers nor sellers is considered to be one with a 6 to 7-month supply of inventory.

Martin County Townhouses and Condos March 2023 Market Report

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Martin County Townhouses and Condos March 2023 Market Report

Martin County Townhouses and Condos February 2023 Market Report

Martin County Townhouses and Condos February 2023 Market Report

The Martin County Townhouses and Condos market continues to show weaker sales activity when compared to last year though there are some signs of a slow turnaround. The inventory numbers are growing, but we are facing headwinds with increasing mortgage rates and other economic uncertainties. Closed sales for the month were down by 28.4%.  They were down by 43.8% in November.  New sales under contract (new pending sales) were down by 7.2% from last year.  They were down by 7.5% in January.

Price activity was mixed for February.  The median sales price increased by 10.3% (was up by 26.0% last month). While the average sales price decreased by 5.5% (was up by 8.2% in January).

The available townhouses and condos inventory increased by 8 units to 308 properties.  This is a 187.9% greater supply of inventory than we had in February 2022.  Currently, there’s a 3.6 months supply of inventory (compared to 0.9 months for February 2022).  We remain in a seller’s market for townhouses and condos in Martin County, though trending towards a more balanced market. Typically, a balanced market favoring neither buyers nor sellers is considered to be one with a 6 to 7-month supply of inventory.

Martin County Townhouses and Condos February 2023 Market Report

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Martin County Townhouses and Condos February 2023 Market Report

Martin County Townhouses and Condos January 2023 Market Report

Martin County Townhouses and Condos January 2023 Market Report

The Martin County Townhouses and Condos market continues to show weaker sales activity when compared to last year. The inventory numbers are growing, but we are facing headwinds with increasing mortgage rates. Closed sales for the month were down by 43.8%.  They were down by 38.9% in November.  New sales under contract (new pending sales) were down by 7.5% from last year.  They were down by 26.1% in December.

Year-to-year prices were stubbornly higher once again.  The median sales price increased by 26.0% (was down by 1.8% last month). While the average sales price increased by 8.2% (was up by 0.8% in December).

The available townhouses and condos inventory increased by 9 units to 300 properties.  This is a 222.6% greater supply of inventory than we had in January 2022.  Currently, there’s a 3.4 months supply of inventory (compared to 0.8 months for January 2022).  We remain in a seller’s market for townhouses and condos in Martin County, though trending towards a more balanced market. Typically, a balanced market favoring neither buyers nor sellers is considered to be one with a 6 to 7-month supply of inventory.

Martin County Townhouses and Condos January 2023 Market Report

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Martin County Townhouses and Condos January 2023 Market Report

Martin County Townhouses and Condos December 2022 Market Report

Martin County Townhouses and Condos December 2022 Market Report

The Martin County Townhouses and Condos market continues to show weaker sales activity when compared to last year. The inventory numbers are growing, but we are facing headwinds with increasing mortgage rates. Price increases seem to have moderated which may be an indication for future increased sales activity. Closed sales for the month were down by 38.9%.  They were down by 26.3% in November.  New sales under contract (new pending sales) were down by 26.1% from last year.  They were down by 37.5% in November.

Year-to-year prices were mixed.  The median sales price decreased by 1.8% (was up by 42.5% last month). While the average sales price increased by 0.8% (was up by 13.1% in November).

The available townhouses and condos inventory increased by 5 units to 291 properties.  This is a 282.9% greater supply of inventory than we had in December 2021.  Currently, there’s a 3.2 months supply of inventory (compared to 0.7 months for December 2021).  We remain in a seller’s market for townhouses and condos in Martin County. Typically, a balanced market favoring neither buyers nor sellers is considered to be one with a 6 to 7 month supply of inventory.

Martin County Townhouses and Condos December 2022 Market Report

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Martin County Townhouses and Condos December 2022 Market Report

Martin County Townhouses and Condos November 2022 Market Report

Martin County Townhouses and Condos November 2022 Market Report

The Martin County Townhouses and Condos market continues to show weaker sales activity when compared to last year. The inventory numbers are improving, but we are facing headwinds with increasing mortgage rates as well as stubbornly high prices. Closed sales for the month were down by 26.3%.  They were down by 4.9% in October.  New sales under contract (new pending sales) were down by 37.5% from last year.  They were down by 41.2% in October.

Year-to-year prices continue to go up at stubbornly high rates.  The median sales price increased by 42.5% (was up by 45.2% last month). While the average sales price increased by 13.1% (was up by 25.1% in October).

The inventory of available townhouses and condos increased by 41 units to 286 properties.  This is an 89.4% greater supply of inventory than we had in November 2021.  Currently, there’s a 3.0 months supply of inventory (compared to 1.3 months for November 2021).  We remain in a seller’s market for townhouses and condos in Martin County. Typically, a balanced market favoring neither buyers nor sellers is considered to be one with a 6 to 7 month supply of inventory.

Martin County Townhouses and Condos November 2022 Market Report

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Martin County Townhouses and Condos November 2022 Market Report

Martin County Townhouses and Condos October 2022 Market Report

Martin County Townhouses and Condos October 2022 Market Report

The Martin County Townhouses and Condos market continues to show weaker sales activity when compared to last year. The inventory numbers are improving, but we are facing headwinds with increasing mortgage rates as well as stubbornly high prices. Closed sales for the month were down by 4.9%.  They were down by 28.8% in September.  New sales under contract (new pending sales) were down by 41.2% from last year.  They were down by 31.3% in September.

Year-to-year prices continue to go up.  The median sales price increased by 45.2% (was up by 26.5% last month). While the average sales price increased by 25.1% (was up by 4.0% in September).

The inventory of available townhouses and condos increased by 28 units to 245 properties.  This is a 133.3% greater supply of inventory than we had in October 2021.  Currently, there’s a 2.6 months supply of inventory (compared to 0.9 months for October 2021).  We remain in a seller’s market for townhouses and condos in Martin County. Typically, a balanced market favoring neither buyers nor sellers is considered to be one with a 6 to 7 month supply of inventory.

Martin County Townhouses and Condos October 2022 Market Report

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Martin County Townhouses and Condos October 2022 Market Report

Martin County Townhouses and Condos September 2022 Market Report

Martin County Townhouses and Condos September 2022 Market Report

The Martin County Townhouses and Condos had weaker sales volume when compared to last September. While the historically low inventory is slowly improving (though still low), we are also facing rising interest rates and higher prices. I expect inventory to continue to increase which will exert downward pressure on prices and hopefully an increase in sales. Though, this will take some time. Closed sales for the month were down by 28.8%.  They were down by 15.1% in August.  New sales under contract (new pending sales) were down by 31.3% from last year.  They were down by 8.0% in August.

Prices continue to go up.  The median sales price increased by 26.5% (was up by 47.6% last month). While the average sales price increased by 4.0% (was up by 23.1% in August).

The inventory of available townhouses and condos increased by 6 units to 217 properties.  This is an 85.5% greater supply of inventory than we had in September 2021.  Currently, there’s a 2.3 months supply of inventory (compared to 1.0 months for September 2021).  We remain in a very extreme seller’s market for townhouses and condos in Martin County. Typically, a balanced market favoring neither buyers nor sellers is considered to be one with a 6 to 7 month supply of inventory.

Martin County Townhouses and Condos September 2022 Market Report

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Martin County Townhouses and Condos September 2022 Market Report

Martin County Townhouses and Condos August 2022 Market Report

Martin County Townhouses and Condos August 2022 Market Report

The Martin County Townhouses and Condos had weaker sales volume when compared to last August. While the historically low inventory is slowly improving (though still low), we are also facing rising interest rates and higher prices. I expect inventory to continue to increase which will exert downward pressure on prices and hopefully an increase in sales. Though, this will take some time. Closed sales for the month were down by 15.1%.  They were down by 29.1% in July.  New sales under contract (new pending sales) were down by 8.0% from last year.  They were down by 6.1% in July.

Prices continue to go up.  The median sales price increased by 47.6% (was up by 35.8% last month). While the average sales price increased by 23.1% (was up by 12.2% in July).

The inventory of available townhouses and condos increased by 13 units to 211 properties.  This is a 56.3% greater supply of inventory than we had in August 2021.  Currently, there’s a 2.1 months supply of inventory (compared to 1.1 months for August 2021).  We remain in a very extreme seller’s market for townhouses and condos in Martin County. Typically, a balanced market favoring neither buyers nor sellers is considered to be one with a 6 to 7 month supply of inventory.

Martin County Townhouses and Condos August 2022 Market Report

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Recent County Market Report Posts:

To view the latest set of reports from Florida Realtors for the state of Florida, Martin County, and Saint Lucie County, please visit GabeSanders.com and select Market Data.

Market information is courtesy of Florida Realtors Research. For additional information and historical archives please visit the Florida Realtors Research page.

Martin County Townhouses and Condos August 2022 Market Report