St Lucie County Townhouses and Condos August 2022 Market Report

St Lucie County Townhouses and Condos August 2022 Market Report

The St Lucie County Townhouses and Condos market had weaker sales activity 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 were down by 28.3% from last year (were down by 34.1% in July). New pending sales were down by 28.1% for July (they were down by 14.2% last month).

Prices are still rising. The median price increased by 27.9% from last year (was up by 20.4% in July) and the average sales price increased by 22.3% (was up by 11.0% in July).

The inventory of available townhouses and condos decreased by 4 units from last month to 228 residences. This is 31.0% greater inventory than we had in August 2021. The current inventory supply is 2.1 months, as compared to 1.2 months of inventory last year.  The St Lucie County townhouses and condos real estate market remains in a tight sellers’ market, mainly because of the decrease in inventory. Typically a 6 to 7-month inventory is considered a balanced market showing no advantage to either buyers or sellers.

St Lucie County Townhouses and Condos August 2022 Market Report

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St Lucie County Townhouses and Condos August 2022 Market Report

St Lucie County Single Family Homes August 2022 Market Report

St Lucie County Single Family Homes August 2022 Market Report

The August 2022 St Lucie County Single Family Home market had weaker activity when compared to last year. 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 were down by 22.4% for the month compared to last year (in July they were up by 18.0%). New sales under contract (new pending sales) decreased by21.6 % (they were down by 8.4% last month).

Prices were also up in August.  The median sales price was up by 22.7% (was up by 26.0% in July).  The average sales price was up by 27.5% (it was up by 23.8% in July).

The number of available home listings increased by 195 homes to 1695.  This inventory is 124.4% greater than last year.  The current supply of homes is 2.7 months (it was 1.2 months last year).  The St Lucie County single-family home market remains an extreme sellers’ market.  A balanced market is one with a 6 to 7 month supply of inventory.

St Lucie County Single Family Homes August 2022 Market Report

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Recent County Market Report Posts:

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

St Lucie County Single Family Homes August 2022 Market Report

St Lucie County Townhouses and Condos July 2022 Market Report

St Lucie County Townhouses and Condos July 2022 Market Report

The St Lucie County Townhouses and Condos market had weaker sales activity when compared to last July. While we continue to have historically low inventory (though it is increasing), 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 were down by 34.1% from last year (were down by 38.8% in June). New pending sales were down by 14.2% for June (they were down by 36.4% last month).

Prices are still rising. The median price increased by 20.4% from last year (was up by 44.8% in June) and the average sales price increased by 11.0% (was up by 28.9% in June).

The inventory of available townhouses and condos increased by 31 units from last month to 232 residences. This is 68.1% greater inventory than we had in July 2021. The current inventory supply is 2.1 months, as compared to 0.9 months of inventory last year.  The St Lucie County townhouses and condos real estate market remains in a tight sellers’ market, mainly because of the decrease in inventory. Typically a 6 to 7-month inventory is considered a balanced market showing no advantage to either buyers or sellers.

St Lucie County Townhouses and Condos July 2022 Market Report

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Recent County Market Report Posts:

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

St Lucie County Townhouses and Condos July 2022 Market Report

St Lucie County Single Family Homes July 2022 Market Report

St Lucie County Single Family Homes July 2022 Market Report

The July 2022 St Lucie County Single Family Home market had weaker activity when compared to last year. While we continue to have historically low inventory (though it is increasing), 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 were down by 18.0% for the month compared to last year (in June they were up by 13.6%). New sales under contract (new pending sales) decreased by 8.4% (they were down by 24.9% last month).

Prices were also up in July.  The median sales price was up by 26.0% (was up by 30.8% in June).  The average sales price was up by 23.8% (it was up by 28.8% in June).

The number of available home listings increased by 202 homes to 1430.  This inventory is 117.0% greater than last year.  The current supply of homes is 2.3 months (it was 1.1 months last year).  The St Lucie County single-family home market remains an extreme sellers’ market.  A balanced market is one with a 6 to 7 month supply of inventory.

St Lucie County Single Family Homes July 2022 Market Report

View previous St. Lucie County market reports here.

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.

St Lucie County Single Family Homes July 2022 Market Report

St. Lucie County Townhouses and Condos 2022 2nd Quarter Report

St. Lucie County Townhouses and Condos 2022 2nd Quarter Report

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St. Lucie County Townhouses and Condos 2022 2nd Quarter Report

For the 2nd quarter of 2022, the Saint Lucie Count townhouses and condo real estate market had weaker sales volume and higher sales prices when compared to the 2nd quarter of 2021.  The good news is that inventory is beginning to increase. The bad news is that it’s not enough yet and there are also higher prices and interest rates. This is causing a market that is in transition, though I think it will take some time and may be painful for both buyers and sellers of residential real estate before we see significant improvement.

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