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National housing indicators
Existing home sales(Oct)
5.48 millions units*
Existing home median price(Oct)
1.290 millions units*
New home sales(Sep)
0.667 millions units*
National economic indicators
3nd Quarter 2017
2st Quarter 2017
The homeowner ship rate of 63.9 percent was not statistically different from the rates in the third quarter 2016 (63.5 percent) or the second quarter 2017 (63.7 percent).
New home sales
Sales of new single-family houses in October 2017 were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 685,000, according to estimates released jointly today by the U.S. Census Bureau and the Department of Housing and Urban Development. This is 6.2 percent (±18.0 percent)* above the revised September rate of 645,000 and is 18.7 percent (±23.5 percent)* above the October 2016 estimate of 577,000.
New tax legislation could have ramifications on housing. The White House believes that the tax reform bill will have a small impact on home prices, lowering them by less than 4 percent, and could conceivably boost homeownership. The National Association of REALTORS® has stated that eliminating the mortgage interest deduction could hurt housing, as the doubled standard deduction would reduce the desire to take out a mortgage and itemize the interest associated with it, thus reducing demand. This is a developing story.
Average Sale Price $230,105 Median Sale Price $194,000 Average Days on Market 53 Months Supply 2.2
Inventory is low, sales are quick, so if you want to sell, give me a call and lets get that house sold!
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