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Florida Single Family Homes May 2022 Market Report

Florida Single Family Homes May 2022 Market Report

The Florida Single Family Home market activity had lower sales volume compared to last May.  We remain in a market with low inventory (though that is beginning to change) as well as rising interest rates that are significantly affecting the real estate market.  Inventory rose slightly this month, so maybe we are in the very beginnings of a turn-around in the market. Closed sales were down by 6.9% (were down by 15.3% in April). New sales under contract (new pending sales) were down by 13.1% (were down by 13.9% in April).

Prices are still going up.  The median sales price rose by 21.8% (it was up by 21.8% in April). And, the average sales price was up by 15.6% (it was up by 12.8% last month).

The inventory of available homes for sale increased by 31.5% from last year.  This represents only a 1.4 months supply of inventory. Florida remains in a seller’s market with a major advantage for sellers. (May 2021 had a 1.1 months supply)  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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Florida Single Family Homes May 2022 Market Report

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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.

Florida Single Family Homes May 2022 Market Report

 

Florida Single Family Homes April 2022 Market Report

Florida Single Family Homes April 2022 Market Report

The Florida Single Family Home market activity had lower sales volume compared to last April.  We remain in a market with unprecedented low inventory as well as rising interest rates that are significantly affecting the real estate market.  Inventory rose slightly this month, so maybe we are in the very beginnings of a turn-around in the market. Closed sales were down by 15.3% (were down by 6.2% in March). New sales under contract (new pending sales) were down by 13.9% (were down by 12.4% in March).

Prices are continuing their rise.  The median sales price rose by 21.8% (it was up by 21.1% in March). And, the average sales price was up by 12.8% (it was up by 16.9% last month).

The inventory of available homes for sale increased by 6.9% from last year.  This represents only a 1.1 months supply of inventory. Florida remains in an extreme seller’s market with a major advantage for sellers. (April 2021 also had a 1.1 months supply)  A balanced market favoring neither buyers nor sellers is considered to be one with a 6 to 7 month supply of inventory. 

Previous Florida real estate market report posts.

Florida Single Family Homes April 2022 Market Report

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Recent Florida 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.

Florida Single Family Homes April 2022 Market Report

 

Florida Single Family Homes March 2022 Market Report

Florida Single Family Homes March 2022 Market Report

The Florida Single Family Home market activity had lower sales volume compared to last March.  We remain in a market with unprecedented low inventory that is significantly affecting the real estate market.  I don’t really see any quick turnaround until the inventory starts to increase. Closed sales were down by 6.2% (were down by 1.2% in February). New sales under contract (new pending sales) were down by 12.4% (were down by 12.6% in February).

Prices are continuing their rise.  The median sales price rose by 21.1% (it was up by 23.0% in February). And, the average sales price was up by 16.9% (it was up by 16.7% last month).

The inventory of available homes for sale decreased by 10.2% from last year.  This represents only a 1.0 months supply of inventory. Florida remains in an extreme seller’s market with a major advantage for sellers. (March 2021 had a 1.2 months supply)  A balanced market favoring neither buyers nor sellers is considered to be one with a 6 to 7 month supply of inventory. 

Previous Florida real estate market report posts.

Florida Single Family Homes March 2022 Market Report

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Recent Florida 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.

Florida Single Family Homes March 2022 Market Report

 

Florida Single Family Homes February 2022 Market Report

Florida Single Family Homes February 2022 Market Report

The Florida Single Family Home market activity had slightly lower sales volume compared to last February.  We remain in a market with unprecedented low inventory that is significantly affecting the real estate market.  I don’t really see any quick turnaround until the inventory starts to increase. Closed sales were down by 1.2% (were up by 1.4% in January). New sales under contract (new pending sales) were down by 12.6% (were down by 9.4% in January).

Prices continue to rise.  The median sales price rose by 21.1% (it was up by 23.0% in January). And, the average sales price was up by 16.9% (it was up by 16.7% last month).

The inventory of available homes for sale decreased by 24.1% from last year.  This represents only a 0.9 month supply of inventory. Florida remains in an extreme seller’s market with a major advantage for sellers. (February 2021 had a 1.3 months supply)  A balanced market favoring neither buyers nor sellers is considered to be one with a 6 to 7 month supply of inventory. 

Previous Florida real estate market report posts.

Florida Single Family Homes February 2022 Market Report

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Recent Florida 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.

Florida Single Family Homes February 2022 Market Report

 

Florida Single Family Homes January 2022 Market Report

Florida Single Family Homes January 2022 Market Report

The Florida Single Family Home market activity had slightly better sales volume compared to last January.  We remain in a market with unprecedented low inventory that is significantly affecting the real estate market.  Closed sales were up by 1.4% (were down by 1.6% in December). New sales under contract (new pending sales) were down by 9.4% (were up by 4.2% in December).

Prices continue to rise.  The median sales price rose by 23.0% (it was up by 21.0% in December). And, the average sales price was up by 16.7% (it was up by 19.0% last month).

The inventory of available homes for sale decreased by 31.3% from last year.  This represents only a 1.0 month supply of inventory. Florida remains in an extreme seller’s market with a major advantage for sellers. (January 2021 had a 1.6 months supply)  A balanced market favoring neither buyers nor sellers is considered to be one with a 6 to 7 month supply of inventory. 

Previous Florida real estate market report posts.

Florida Single Family Homes January 2022 Market Report

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Recent Florida 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.

Florida Single Family Homes January 2022 Market Report