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Florida Single Family Homes August 2022 Market Report

Florida Single Family Homes August 2022 Market Report

The Florida Single Family Home market activity had lower sales volume 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. (Don’t ask me how long!) Closed sales were down by 15.8% (were down by 22.9% in July). New sales under contract (new pending sales) were down by 18.0% (were down by 19.2% in July).

Prices are still going up.  The median sales price rose by 15.0% (it was up by 16.1% in July). And, the average sales price was up by 11.0% (it was up by 12.0% last month).

The inventory of available homes for sale increased by 70.4% from last year.  This represents a 2.4 months supply of inventory. Florida remains in a seller’s market with a major advantage for sellers. (August 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. 

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Florida Single Family Homes August 2022 Market Report

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Florida Single Family Homes August 2022 Market Report

 

Florida Single Family Homes July 2022 Market Report

Florida Single Family Homes July 2022 Market Report

The Florida Single Family Home market activity had lower sales volume compared to last July.  While we continue to have historically low inventory, 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. (Don’t ask me how long!) Closed sales were down by 22.9% (were down by 17.2% in June). New sales under contract (new pending sales) were down by 19.2% (were down by 20.9% in June).

Prices are still going up.  The median sales price rose by 16.1% (it was up by 19.7% in June). And, the average sales price was up by 12.0% (it was up by 13.9% last month).

The inventory of available homes for sale increased by 67.5% from last year.  This represents a 2.2 months supply of inventory. Florida remains in a seller’s market with a major advantage for sellers. (July 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. 

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Florida Single Family Homes July 2022 Market Report

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Florida Single Family Homes July 2022 Market Report

 

Florida Single Family Homes June 2022 Market Report

Florida Single Family Homes June 2022 Market Report

The Florida Single Family Home market activity had lower sales volume compared to last June.  While we continue to have historically low inventory, 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. (Don’t ask me how long!) Closed sales were down by 17.2% (were down by 6.9% in May). New sales under contract (new pending sales) were down by 20.9% (were down by 13.1% in May).

Prices are still going up.  The median sales price rose by 19.7% (it was up by 21.8% in May). And, the average sales price was up by 13.9% (it was up by 15.6% last month).

The inventory of available homes for sale increased by 61.8% from last year.  This represents only a 1.9 months supply of inventory. Florida remains in a seller’s market with a major advantage for sellers. (June 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 June 2022 Market Report

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Florida Single Family Homes June 2022 Market Report

 

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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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. 

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Florida Single Family Homes April 2022 Market Report

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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. 

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Florida Single Family Homes March 2022 Market Report

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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. 

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Florida Single Family Homes February 2022 Market Report

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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. 

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Florida Single Family Homes January 2022 Market Report

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Florida Single Family Homes January 2022 Market Report

 

Florida Single Family Homes December 2021 Market Report

Florida Single Family Homes December 2021 Market Report

The Florida Single Family Home market activity had weaker sales volume compared to last December.  The unprecedented low volume of inventory is the primary cause.  Closed sales were down by 1.6% (were up by 4.3% in November). New sales under contract (new pending sales) were up by 4.2% (were down by 1.6% in November).

Prices, however, continue to rise.  The median sales price rose by 21.0% (it was up by 19.6% in November). And, the average sales price was up by 19.0% (it was up by 17.2% last month).

The inventory of available homes for sale decreased by 33.7% 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. (December 2020 had a 1.8 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 December 2021 Market Report
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Florida Single Family Homes December 2021 Market Report

 

Florida Single Family Homes November 2021 Market Report

Florida Single Family Homes November 2021 Market Report

The Florida Single Family Home market activity was slightly more active in sales volume compared to last November. This is an improvement from October’s results. Closed sales were up by 4.3% (were down by 6.8% in October). New sales under contract (new pending sales) were up by 1.6% (were down by 3.6% in October).

Prices continue to rise.  The median sales price rose by 19.6% (it was up by 17.7% in October). And, the average sales price was up by 17.2% (it was up by 12.9% last month).

The inventory of available homes for sale decreased by 31.1% from last year.  This represents only a 1.2 months supply of inventory. Florida remains in an extreme seller’s market with a major advantage for sellers. (November 2020 had a 2.0 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 November 2021 Market Report
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Florida Single Family Homes November 2021 Market Report

Florida Single Family Homes October 2021 Market Report

Florida Single Family Homes October 2021 Market Report

The Florida Single Family Home market activity was weaker than last October. Mostly because of the low inventory of available homes as well as the rapid appreciation of prices. Though, I do see some indications that the inventory may soon start increasing. Closed sales were down by 6.8% (were down by 1.3% in September). New sales under contract (new pending sales) were down by 3.6% (were down by 6.1% in September).

Prices, however, continued to rise.  The median sales price rose by 17.7% (it was up by 18.3% in September). And, the average sales price was up by 12.9% (it was up by 16.3% last month).

The inventory of available homes for sale decreased by 29.9% from last year.  This represents only a 1.3 month supply of inventory. Florida remains in an extreme seller’s market with a major advantage for sellers. (October 2020 had a 2.1 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 October 2021 Market Report
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Florida Single Family Homes October 2021 Market Report

Florida Single Family Homes September 2021 Market Report

Florida Single Family Homes September 2021 Market Report

The Florida Single Family Home market activity was weaker than last September. Mostly because of the low inventory of available homes as well as the rapid appreciation of prices. Closed sales were down by 1.3% (were up by 0.2% in August). New sales under contract (new pending sales) were down by 6.1% (were down by 4.7% in August).

Prices, however, continued to rise.  The median sales price rose by 18.3% (it was up by 18.0% in August). And, the average sales price was up by 16.3% (it was up by 19.7% last month).

The inventory of available homes for sale decreased by 29.2% from last year.  This represents only a 1.3 month supply of inventory. Florida remains in an extreme seller’s market with a major advantage for sellers. (September 2020 had a 2.2 months supply)  A balanced market favoring neither buyers nor sellers is considered to be one with a 6 to 7 month supply of inventory. 

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Florida Single Family Homes September 2021 Market Report
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Florida Single Family Homes September 2021 Market Report

Florida Single Family Homes August 2021 Market Report

Florida Single Family Homes August 2021 Market Report

The Florida Single Family Home market activity was almost unchanged for closed sales when compared to last year. Pending sales were lower. This is a result of the historically low inventory of homes on the market. There are many buyers but not enough available homes. Closed sales were up by 0.2% (were down by 2.1% in July). New sales under contract (new pending sales) were down by 4.7% (were down by 14.1% in July).

Prices, however, continued to rise.  The median sales price rose by 18.0% (it was up by 20.3% in July). And, the average sales price was up by 19.7% (it was up by 22.8% last month).

The inventory of available homes for sale decreased by 32.4% from last year.  This represents only a 1.3 month supply of inventory. Florida remains in an extreme seller’s market with a major advantage for sellers. (August 2020 had a 2.3 months supply)  A balanced market favoring neither buyers nor sellers is considered to be one with a 6 to 7 month supply of inventory. 

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Florida Single Family Homes August 2021 Market Report
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Florida Single Family Homes August 2021 Market Report

Florida Single Family Homes July 2021 Market Report

Florida Single Family Homes July 2021 Market Report

The Florida Single Family Home market activity had a decline in closed sales when compared to last year. Pending sales were also lower. This is a result of the historically low inventory of homes on the market. There are many buyers but not enough available homes. Closed sales were down by 2.1% (were up by 23.6% in June). New sales under contract (new pending sales) were down by 14.1% (were down by 13.8% in June).

Prices continued to rise.  The median sales price rose by 20.3% (it was up by 24.5% in June). And, the average sales price was up by 22.8% (it was up by 36.0% last month).

The inventory of available homes for sale decreased by 38.9% from last year.  This represents only a 1.2 month supply of inventory. Florida remains in an extreme seller’s market with a major advantage for sellers. (July 2020 had a 2.5 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 July 2021 Market Report
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Florida Single Family Homes July 2021 Market Report

Florida Single Family Homes June 2021 Market Report

Florida Single Family Homes June 2021 Market Report

The Florida Single Family Home showed improved closed sales when compared to last year. Pending sales, however, are down, reflecting the overly low inventory that is currently available. This will most likely result in lower closed sales results in the coming months. Closed sales were up by 23.6% (were up by 57.9% in May). New sales under contract (new pending sales) were down by 13.8% (were up by 0.1% in May).

Prices continued to rise.  The median sales price rose by 24.5% (it was up by 27.7% in May). And, the average sales price was up by 36.0% (it was up by 47.3% last month).

The inventory of available homes for sale decreased by 47.3% from last year.  This represents only a 1.2 month supply of inventory. Florida remains in an extreme seller’s market with a major advantage for sellers. (June 2020 had a 2.8 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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June 2021 Florida Single Family Homes Market Report
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Florida Single Family Homes June 2021 Market Report

Florida Single Family Homes May 2021 Market Report

Florida Single Family Homes May 2021 Market Report

The Florida Single Family Home showed improved activity when compared to last year. Closed and new pending sales were both up for the month when compared to last year. Closed sales were up by 57.9% (were up by 55.4% in April). New sales under contract (new pending sales) were up by 0.1% (were up by 60.7% in April).

Prices were also up for May.  The median sales price rose by 27.7% (it was up by 22.4% in April). And, the average sales price was up by 47.3% (it was up by 46.1% last month).

The inventory of available homes for sale decreased by 58.2% from last year.  This represents only a 1.1 month supply of inventory. Florida remains in an extreme seller’s market with a major advantage for sellers. (May 2020 had a 3.3 months supply)  A balanced market favoring neither buyers nor sellers is considered to be one with a 6 to 7 month supply of inventory. 

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Florida Single Family Homes May 2021 Market Report
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Florida Single Family Homes May 2021 Market Report

Florida Single Family Homes April 2021 Market Report

Florida Single Family Homes April 2021 Market Report

The Florida Single Family Home continues to show improved activity when compared to last year. Closed and new pending sales were both up for the month when compared to last year. Closed sales were up by 55.4% (were up by 23.3% in March). New sales under contract (new pending sales) were up by 60.7% (were up by 48.2% in March).

Prices were also up for April.  The median sales price rose by 22.4% (it was up by 18.9% in March). And, the average sales price was up by 46.1% (it was up by 37.6% last month).

The inventory of available homes for sale decreased by 61.8% from last year.  This represents only a 1.1 month supply of inventory. Florida remains in an extreme seller’s market with a major advantage for sellers. (April 2020 had a 3.4 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 April 2021 Market Report
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Florida Single Family Homes April 2021 Market Report

Florida Single Family Homes March 2021 Market Report

Florida Single Family Homes March 2021 Market Report

The Florida Single Family Home continues to show stronger activity when compared to last year. Closed and new pending sales were both up for the month when compared to last year. Closed sales were up by 23.3% (were up by 15.7% in February). New sales under contract (new pending sales) were up by 48.2% (were up by 10.9% in February).

Prices were also up for March.  The median sales price rose by 18.9% (it was up by 16.6% in February). And, the average sales price was up by 37.6% (it was up by 28.7% last month).

The inventory of available homes for sale decreased by 62.1% from last year.  This represents a 1.2 month supply of inventory. Florida remains in an extreme seller’s market with a major advantage for sellers. (March 2020 had a 3.4 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 March 2021 Market Report
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Florida Single Family Homes March 2021 Market Report

Florida Single Family Homes February 2021 Market Report

Florida Single Family Homes February 2021 Market Report

The Florida Single Family Home continues to show better activity when compared to last year. Closed and pending sales were both up for the month when compared to last year. Closed sales were up by 15.7% (were up by 18.0% in January). New sales under contract (new pending sales) were up by 10.9% (were up by 16.9% in January).

Prices were also up for February.  The median sales price rose by 16.6% (it was up by 15.1% in January). And, the average sales price was up by 28.7% (it was up by 25.6% last month).

The inventory of available homes for sale decreased by 56.3% from last year.  This represents a 1.3 month supply of inventory. Florida remains in an extreme seller’s market with a major advantage for sellers. (February 2020 had a 3.3 months supply)  A balanced market favoring neither buyers nor sellers is considered to be one with a 6 to 7 month supply of inventory. 

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Florida Single Family Homes February 2021 Market Report

Florida Single Family Homes January 2021 Market Report

Florida Single Family Homes January 2021 Market Report

The Florida Single Family Home continues to show strong activity. Closed and pending sales were both up for the month when compared to last year. Closed sales were up by 18.0% (were up by 21.0% in December). New sales under contract (new pending sales) were up by 16.9% (were up by 30.7% in December).

Prices were also up for January.  The median sales price rose by 15.1% (it was up by 14.4% in December). And, the average sales price was up by 25.6% (it was up by 29.5% last month).

The inventory of available homes for sale decreased by 51.1% from last year.  This represents a 1.6 month supply of inventory. Florida remains in an extreme seller’s market with a major advantage for sellers. (January 2020 had a 3.4 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 January 2021 Market Report
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Florida Single Family Homes January 2021 Market Report