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Martin County Single Family Homes April 2020 Market Report

Martin County Single Family Homes April 2020 Market Report

The Martin County Single Family Homes Market Report is now showing the effects of the current pandemic. Both closed and pending sales are down for the month when compared to last year. Closed sales were down by 25.3% from last month (were up by 7.8% in March).  While new pending sales decreased by 49.8% as compared to last month when they decreased by 31.9%.

Prices were lower for April.  The median sales price was down from last year by 3.6% (it was unchanged in March) while the average sales price decreased by 3.7% (it was down by 7.8% last month).

The inventory of available single-family homes decreased from last month by 5 homes to 965 homes for March. This is 12.6% less inventory than last April.  The current supply of homes is 4.8 months.  For April of last year, it was a 5.6 months supply.  We remain in a seller’s market for Martin County single-family home sales.  A balanced market favoring neither buyers or sellers is considered to be a 6 to 7 month supply of inventory.

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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.

Martin County Single Family Homes April 2020 Market Report

Martin County Single Family Homes March 2020 Market Report

Martin County Single Family Homes March 2020 Market Report

The Martin County Single Family Homes Market Report had stronger closed sales activity for March, but new pending sales are off considerably and I’m afraid this indicates some challenging months to come in this real estate sector. Closed sales were up by 7.8% from last month (were up by 1.2% in January).  While new pending sales decreased by 31.9% as compared to last month when they increased by 6.4%.

Prices were mostly lower for March.  The median sales price was unchanged from last year (it was up by 13.8% in February) while the average sales price decreased by 7.8% (it was down by 37.1% last month).

The inventory of available single-family homes increased from last month by 46 homes to 969 homes for March. This is 15.6% less inventory than last January.  The current supply of homes is 4.7 months.  For February of last year, it was a 5.7 months supply.  We remain in a seller’s market for Martin County single-family home sales.  A balanced market favoring neither buyers or sellers is considered to be a 6 to 7 month supply of inventory.

Martin County Single Family Homes March 2020 Market Report

Click here to view the previous Martin County single-family homes market reports

Recent 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 Single Family Homes March 2020 Market Report

Martin County Single Family Homes February 2020 Market Report

Martin County Single Family Homes February 2020 Market Report

The Martin County Single Family Homes Market Report had stronger sales activity than last year, but not as robust as last month.  Closed sales were up by 1.2% from last month (were up by 25.2% in January).  While new pending sales increased by 6.4% as compared to last month when they increased by 23.4%.

Prices rose sharply for February.  The median sales price was up by 13.8% from last year (it was down by 12.9% in January) while the average sales price increased by 37.1% (it was down by 24.2% last month).

The inventory of available single-family homes decreased from last month by 3 homes to 923 homes for January. This is 21.6% less inventory than last January.  The current supply of homes is 4.6 months.  For February of last year, it was a 5.9 months supply.  We remain in a seller’s market for Martin County single-family home sales.  A balanced market favoring neither buyers or sellers is considered to be a 6 to 7 month supply of inventory.

Martin County Single Family Homes February 2020 Market Report

Click here to view the previous Martin County single-family homes market reports

Recent 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 Single Family Homes February 2020 Market Report

Martin County Single Family Homes January 2020 Market Report

Martin County Single Family Homes January 2020 Market Report

The Martin County Single Family Homes Market Report had a another strong month of sales activity when compared to last year.  Closed sales were up by 25.2% from last month (were up by 18.3% in December).  While new pending sales increased by 23.4% as compared to December 2019 when they increased by 7.0%.

Prices were mixed for January.  The median sales price was up by 12.9% from last year (it was down by 4.3% in December) while the average sales price decreased by 24.2% (it was down by 0.8% last month).

The inventory of available single-family homes increased from last month by 24 homes to 926 units for December. This is 18.1% less inventory than last December.  The current supply of homes is 4.6 months.  For January of last year, it was a 5.7 months supply.  We remain in a seller’s market for Martin County single-family home sales.  A balanced market favoring neither buyers or sellers is considered to be a 6 to 7 month supply of inventory.

Martin County Single Family Homes January 2020 Market Report

Click here to view the previous Martin County single-family homes market reports

Recent 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 Single Family Homes January 2020 Market Report

Martin County Single Family Homes December 2019 Market Report

Martin County Single Family Homes December 2019 Market Report

The Martin County Single Family Homes December 2019 Market Report had a second consecutive strong month of sales activity when compared to last year.  Closed sales were up by 18.3% from last month (were up by 27.0% in November).  While new pending sales decreased by 7.0% as compared to December 2018 (they increased by 10.7% in November).

Prices were down for December (2’nd month in a row.)  The median sales price was down by 4.3% from last year (it was down by 6.6% in November) while the average sales price decreased by 0.8% (it was down by 0.7% last month).

The inventory of available single-family homes increased from last month by 38 homes to 902 units for December, this is 4.8% less inventory than last December.  The current supply of homes is 4.5 months.  For December of last year, it was a 4.7 months supply.  We remain in a seller’s market for Martin County single-family home sales.  A balanced market favoring neither buyers or sellers is considered to be one with a 6 to 7 month supply of inventory.

Martin County Single Family Homes December 2019 Market Report

Click here to view the previous Martin County single-family homes market reports

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.

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