May 2020 Home Sales Report for Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio; Northern Kentucky; and Southeastern Indiana

花火8Very low interest rates, good weather as well as reasonable prices for homes have kept the real estate market strong even through there were COVID-19 stay-at-home orders.

Although sales were down, average and median sale prices rose  – encouraging news for those thinking about selling their homes.

Here is a report by region of homes sales throughout May 2020:

CINCINNATI / SOUTHEASTERN INDIANA

May 2020 vs May 2019

  • -26.88% Decrease in homes sold (1,950 homes vs 2,667 homes)
  • 3.24% Increase in average sale price ($238,994 vs $231,499)
  • 5.37% Increase in median sale price ($201,250 vs $191,000)
  • -24.52% Decrease in gross sales volume ($466,038,682 vs $617,407,053)

January–May 2020 vs January–May 2019

  • -9.78% Increase in homes sold (8,816 homes vs 9,772 homes)
  • 5.29% Increase in average sale price ($229,270 vs $217,757)
  • 6.09% Increase in median sale price ($189,900 vs $179,000)
  • -5.01% Decrease in gross sales volume ($2,021,243,057 vs $2,127,917,355)

Statistics courtesy of Cincinnati Area Board of Realtors May 2020 Home Sales Report

_________________________________________________________

DAYTON

May 2020 vs May 2019

  • -25.29% Decrease in homes sold (1,285 homes vs 2,106 homes)
  • 4.24% Increase in average sale price ($188,935 vs $181,258)
  • 7.02% Increase in median sale price ($166,900 vs $155,950)
  • -22.13% Decrease in sales volume ($242,781,843 vs $311,763,470)

January–May 2020 vs January–May 2019

  • -10.25% Decrease in homes sold (7,583 homes vs 8,449 homes)
  • 8.08% Increase in average sale price ($181,599 vs $168,020)
  • 9.45% Increase in median sale price ($157,000 vs $143,450)
  • -.08% Decrease in sales volume ($1,042,922,477 vs $1,043,742,673)

Statistics courtesy of Dayton Realtors May 2020 Home Sales Report

_________________________________________________________

NORTHERN KENTUCKY

May 2020 vs May 2019

  • -25.80% Decrease in homes sold (558 homes vs 752 homes)
  • 5.20% Increase in average sale price ($217,314 vs $206,571)
  • 6.42% Increase in median sale price ($193,685 vs $182,000)
  • -21.94% Decrease in sales volume ($121,261,268 vs $155,342,050)

January–May 2020 vs January–May 2019

  • -8.47% Decrease in homes sold (2,529 homes vs 2,763 homes)
  • 9.39% Increase in average sale price ($215,6 vs $196,761)
  • 7.87% Increase in median sale price ($185,000 vs $171,500)
  • .13% Increase in sales volume ($544,333,099 vs $543,652,032)

Statistics courtesy of Northern Kentucky Association of Realtors May 2020 Home Sales Report

April Home Sales Report for Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio; Northern Kentucky; and Southeastern Indiana

花火8There is still strong interest for homes for sale through this challenging time of COVID-19. Low interest rates and a low inventory of available homes for sale have continued the fast-paced home-buying market.

Here is a report by region of homes sales throughout April 2020:

CINCINNATI / SOUTHEASTERN INDIANA

Home sales did well with the circumstances of COVID-19 restrictions. The average home price rose 4.9%. Although showings decreased in the first half of the month due to stay-at-home orders, the latter half of April saw an increase of showings to pre-pandemic levels.

April 2020 vs April 2019

  • -20.21% Decrease in homes sold (1,907 homes vs 2,390 homes)
  • 4.90% Increase in average sale price ($233,430 vs $222,251)
  • 3.26% Increase in median sale price ($190,000 vs $184,000)
  • -16.40% Decrease in gross sales volume ($445,150,327 vs $531,824,239)

January–April 2020 vs January–April 2019

  • -3.66% Increase in homes sold (6,845 homes vs 7,105 homes)
  • 6.40% Increase in average sale price ($226,209 vs $222,521)
  • 4.90% Increase in median sale price ($190,000 vs $184,000)
  • 2.51% Increase in gross sales volume ($1,548,402,985 vs $1,510,510,302)

Statistics courtesy of Cincinnati Area Board of Realtors April 2020 Home Sales Report

_________________________________________________________

DAYTON

With the COVID-19 pandemic home sales decrease din April. However, the Dayton region did see an increase in average and median home sale prices – encouraging news for those thinking about selling their homes.

April 2020 vs April 2019

  • -22.24% Decrease in homes sold (1,372 homes vs 2,042 homes)
  • 6.27% Increase in average sale price ($187,564 vs $176,501)
  • 8.67% Increase in median sale price ($163,000 vs $150,000)
  • -17.36% Decrease in sales volume ($212,509,712 vs $257,162,074)

January–April 2020 vs January–April 2019

  • -.94% Decrease in homes sold (5,840 homes vs 6,336 homes)
  • 10.15% Increase in average sale price ($179,691 vs $163,127)
  • 11.44% Increase in median sale price ($154,900 vs $139,000)
  • 9.12% Increase in sales volume ($796,208,924 vs $729,666,487)

Statistics courtesy of Dayton Realtors April 2020 Home Sales Report

_________________________________________________________

NORTHERN KENTUCKY

Although home sales decreased for the month (due to COVID-19), average and median sale prices rose. This is encouraging news to people thinking of selling their homes.

April 2020 vs April 2019

  • -18.60% Decrease in homes sold (499 homes vs 613 homes)
  • 11.16% Increase in average sale price ($217,501 vs $195,672)
  • 12.39% Increase in median sale price ($ 195,000 vs $173,500)
  • -9.52% Decrease in sales volume ($108,533,417 vs $119,946,953)

January–April 2020 vs January–April 2019

  • -2.44% Decrease in homes sold (1,961 homes vs 2,010 homes)
  • 11.25% Increase in average sale price ($214,837 vs $193,115)
  • 9.85% Increase in median sale price ($184,000 vs $167,500)
  • 8.54% Increase in sales volume ($421,296,602 vs $388,162,982)

Statistics courtesy of Northern Kentucky Association of Realtors April 2020 Home Sales Report

 

A Buyer’s Guide to Virtual Open Houses on SibcyCline.com 

Virtual open houses are not brand new in real estate – but during the current COVID-19 situation they have become very popular. With record low inventory and many homes selling before multiple buyers get a chance to peek inside, we suspect they are here to stay.

A virtual open house gives buyers access to many of the benefits of a physical open house without having to get off the couch on Sunday afternoon or manage the schedules of a busy household. No hand sanitizer or mask necessary, this type of tour is as close as you can come to an in-person open house. They are a perfect opportunity to get details on the special features of a home, context on the floor plan and information on the community in an interactive way with the listing agent.

At every Sibcy Cline Virtual Open House, you can interact with the agent via chat, but you don’t have to be on camera. In most cases agents will automatically turn off video for all participants, but in all cases you have the option to keep your camera off. You can expect to see photos or live/pre-recorded walk-throughs of the home or neighborhood, statistics for the area, and other relevant information regarding the property.

Sibcy Cline Virtual Open Houses are held live at a scheduled time, but many of our agents can provide a recording of their Virtual Open House if you were unable to attend at the scheduled time. Just ask!

ListingDetailPage

How To Attend a Sibcy Cline Virtual Open House
On sibcycline.com, click on the Open House button in the navigation bar and select an area of interest. All available Sibcy Cline virtual open houses will be highlighted by city/suburb. From there, select a listing of interest and you can look all of the photographs and details on that page. Click on “Virtual Open” (highlighted in gold). You will then complete a form to register for the event and receive an email with the event details like the time and date of the virtual open house, the platform it will be hosted on (most often Facebook or Zoom) along with the link and password to access (if applicable).

Of course, you can always schedule a personal home showing with your agent. (Real estate is deemed an essential business.)

Happy house hunting – online, virtually, and in person! 

Sibcy Cline Realtors Ranked as the Largest Residential Real Estate Company by the Business Courier for the 27th Year in a Row

花火8For the 27th year in a row, Sibcy Cline Realtors has been ranked as the largest residential real estate company by the Business Courier. Rankings were based on 2019 sales volume.

Sibcy Cline has over 1,000 real estate agents and over 200 employees. Founded in the 1930s, the company has been a family-run firm since that time. Sibcy Cline is a full-service company with real estate, mortgage, relocation, insurance, title and home services divisions.

Largest_Courier_2020

 

March Home Sales Report for Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio; Northern Kentucky; and Southeastern Indiana

花火8Although this is a challenging time, real estate remains strong with low interest rates and a constantly rotating inventory of homes for sale. There are plenty of buyers in the market now looking for a home. Take a look at our regional home sales report for March 2020.

During this concerning time of Coronavirus, please take advantage of Sibcy Cline’s weekly Virtual Open House Weekend tours on Facebook.

HighlightReel copy

Sibcy Cline is also promoting a #HighlightReel with our homes sellers’ favorite images of their homes on http://www.sibcycline.com. It’s an expressive way to see an interesting photo of home for sale right from your own home!

Here is a report by region of homes sales throughout March 2020:

CINCINNATI / SOUTHEASTERN INDIANA

Home sales in the region were strong and down just slightly as compared to March 2019. Average home sale prices continue to increase.

March 2020 vs March 2019

  • -.45% Decrease in homes sold (1,987 homes vs 1,996 homes)
  • 13.12% Increase in average sale price ($231,986 vs $205,075)
  • 14.71% Increase in median sale price ($195,000 vs $170,000)
  • 12.61% Increase in gross sales volume ($460,955,271 vs $409,330,177)

January–March 2020 vs January–March 2019

  • 4.45% Increase in homes sold (4,925 homes vs 4,715 homes)
  • 7.67% Increase in average sale price ($223.485 vs $207,569)
  • 8.82% Increase in median sale price ($185,000 vs $170,000)
  • 12.46% Increase in gross sales volume ($1,100,662,113 vs $978,686,063)

Statistics courtesy of Cincinnati Area Board of Realtors March 2020 Home Sales Report

_________________________________________________________

DAYTON

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, Dayton area saw a gain in home sales as well as average and median sale prices throughout March.

March 2020 vs March 2019

  • 11.76% Increase in homes sold (1,321 homes vs 1,182 homes)
  • 13.83% Increase in average sale price ($184,756 vs $162,314)
  • 17.09% Increase in median sale price ($161,000 vs $137,500)
  • 27.21% Increase in sales volume ($244,062,634 vs $191,855,727)

January–March 2020 vs January–March 2019

  • 9.33% Increase in homes sold (3,282 homes vs 3,002 homes)
  • 12.95% Increase in average sale price ($177,066 vs $156,761)
  • 13.06% Increase in median sale price ($151,500 vs $134,000)
  • 23.49% Increase in sales volume ($581,129,170 vs $470,596,213)

Statistics courtesy of Dayton Realtors March 2020 Home Sales Report

_________________________________________________________

NORTHERN KENTUCKY

Home sales decreased in March as compared to March 2019. Average and median sale prices increased.

March 2020 vs March 2019

  • -7.99% Decrease in homes sold (553 homes vs 601 homes)
  • 16.18% Increase in average sale price ($223,606 vs $192,467)
  • 12.02% Increase in median sale price ($192,000 vs $171,400)
  • 6.90% Increase in sales volume ($123,654,435 vs $115,672,892)

January–March 2020 vs January–March 2019

  • 3.22% Increase in homes sold (1,442 homes vs 1,397 homes)
  • 11.03% Increase in average sale price ($213,178 vs $191,994)
  • 9.09% Increase in median sale price ($180,000 vs $165,000)
  • 14.61% Increase in sales volume ($307,403,814 vs $268,216,029)

Statistics courtesy of Northern Kentucky Association of Realtors March 2020 Home Sales Report

 

Look at homes for sale.

Sibcy Cline Open House Weekend – September 28 and 29, 2019

Sibcy Cline Open House weekendSibcy Cline agents are hosting a Sibcy Cline Open House Weekend on September 28 and 29, 2019. There will be lots of great homes to see throughout Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio; Northern Kentucky; and Southeastern Indiana.

Look at homes for sale.

Mortgage interest rates remain low. Home values are rising. Now may be the right time for you to sell your old home and find a new one to meet your needs. Talk to your Sibcy Cline agent!

February 2019 Home Sales Report for Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio; Northern Kentucky; and Southeastern Indiana

All regions had an increase in average sale price during February. Mortgage interest rates remain low. With home values still on the rise and a low inventory of homes for sale, it is a great time to sell your home. (Photo image: SC Photography Department: Downtown Harrison, Ohio.)

Here is a report by region of homes sales throughout February 2019:

Cincinnati
Average sale price set a record for 32 consecutive months of increased prices.

February 2019 vs February 2018

  • -2.4% Decrease in homes sold (1,464 homes vs 1,501 homes)
  • 14.09% Increase in average sale price ($215,342 vs $188,755)
  • 14% Increase in median sale price ($176,700 vs $155,000)
  • 11.27% Increase in gross sales volume ($315,260,520 vs $283,320,570)

January–February 2019 vs January–February 2018

  • -4.95% Decrease in homes sold (2,708 homes vs 2,809 homes)
  • 8.84% Increase in average sale price ($209,012 vs $192,032)
  • 9.61% Increase in median sale price ($169,900 vs $155,000)
  • 3.46% Increase in gross sales volume ($566,003,794 vs $547,098,597)

Statistics courtesy of Cincinnati Area Board of Realtors February 2019 Home Sales Report

Dayton
In Dayton, there was an increase in the number of homes sold as well as sales volume.

February 2019 vs February 2018

  • 3.74% Increase in homes sold (915 homes vs 882 homes)
  • 4.15% Increase in average sale price ($160,308 vs $153,923)
  • 6.24% Increase in median sale price ($138,000 vs $129,900)
  • 8.04% Increase in sales volume ($146,682,119 vs $135,760,485)

January–February 2019 vs January–February 2018

  • 4.50% Increase in homes sold (1,810 homes vs 1,732 homes)
  • 2.05% Increase in average sale price ($152,819 vs $149,753)
  • 2.77% Increase in median sale price ($129,950 vs $126,450)
  • 6.64% Increase in sales volume ($276,601,986 vs $259,371,850)

Statistics courtesy of Dayton Realtors February 2019 Home Sales Report

Northern Kentucky
The average sales price rose by over 5% as compared to February 2018.

February 2019 vs February 2018

  • -6.24% Decrease in homes sold (406 homes vs 403 homes)
  • 5.13% Increase in average sale price ($190,843 vs $181,529)
  • 3.16% Increase in median sale price ($163,000 vs $158,000)
  • -1.42% Decrease in sales volume ($77,482,307 vs $78,602,067)

January–February 2019 vs January–February 2018

  • -11.15% Decrease in homes sold (757 homes vs 852 homes)
  • 7.75% Increase in average sale price ($191,802 vs $178,003)
  • 1.73% Increase in median sale price ($162,000 vs $159,250)
  • -4.26% Decrease in sales volume ($145,194,694 vs $151,659,332 )

Statistics courtesy of Northern Kentucky Association of Realtors February 2019 Home Sales Report

Southeastern Indiana
The Southeastern Indiana region had increases in average sale price and median sale price as compared to January 2018.

February 2019 vs February 2018

  • 8.7% Increase in homes sold (75 homes vs 69 homes)
  • 18.7% Increase in average sale price ($162,997 vs $137,340)
  • 3.1% Increase in median sale price ($133,000 vs $129,000)
  • 29% Increase in sales volume ($12,224,801 vs $9,476,450)

January–February 2019 vs January–February 2018

  • -17.3% Decrease in homes sold (124 homes vs 150 homes)
  • 5.2% Increase in average sale price ($164,164 vs $156,000)
  • 7.6% Increase in median sale price ($147,250 vs $136,875)
  • -10.2% Decrease in sales volume ($20,356,301 vs $22,661,969)

Statistics courtesy of Rick McMillin – Southeastern Indiana Board of Realtors MLS Homes Sold Report dated March 22, 2019.

Look at homes for sale.

Sibcy Cline’s Listed Property at Alberly Manor featured in Luxury Portfolio International Magazine

Luxury Portfolio International magazine’s Spring 2019 issue is featuring a Sibcy Cline listed property from Indian Hill called Alberly Manor. This magnificent residence (now sold) was listed by Renie and Chris Dohrmann of Sibcy Cline Hyde Park. The home is a 1926 English Tudor built by Mr. and Mrs. William H. Albers (former president of Kroger Grocery and Baking Company and founder of Albers Super Markets.)

Says Renie, “I really enjoy touring historic homes and was thrilled my son, Chris, and I were selected to market and sell Alberly Manor. There are so many details in this home that simply cannot be replicated today. This home is a Cincinnati gem with amazing architectural details.”

View a digital version of Luxury Portfolio International magazine here.
(Read pages 46–49 for the article about Alberly Manor.)

Luxury Portfolio International magazine is a bi-annual publication featuring luxury content, home features, design trends and listed properties. It is distributed in over 70 countries, international newsstands and U.S. Barnes & Noble. It also shipped to LeadingRE member companies and their top clients.

 

September 2018 Home Sales Report for Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio; Northern Kentucky; and Southeastern Indiana

September 2018 Home Sales ReportHere is the September home sales report for Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio; Northern Kentucky; and Southeastern Indiana. The low inventory of homes for sale has been a factor in the lower number of homes sold in all regions. Average and media sales prices remain high.

Cincinnati
Although September 2018 sales did not exceed September 2017’s numbers, the month was still one of the top three strongest months in the past 10 years.

September 2018 vs September 2017

  • -7.50% Decrease in homes sold (2,109 homes vs 2,280 homes)
  • 4.70% Increase in average sale price ($207,894 vs $198,567)
  • 6.88% Increase in median sale price ($171,000 vs $160,000)
  • -3.16% Decrease in gross sales volume ($438,449,223 vs $452,744,807)

January – September 2018 vs January – September 2017

  • -1.06% Decrease in homes sold (19,865 homes vs 20,078 homes)
  • 6.04% Increase in average sale price ($214,736 vs $202,505)
  • 7.30% Increase in median sale price ($174,900 vs $163,000)
  • 4.91% Increase in gross sales volume ($4,265,728,807 vs $4,065,895,821)

Statistics courtesy of Cincinnati Area Board of Realtors September 2018 Home Sales Report

Dayton
Year-to-date, the Dayton region has had positive increases in homes sold, average and median sales prices as well as sales volume as compared to 2017.

September 2018 vs September 2017

  • -7.21% Decrease in homes sold (1,665 homes vs 1,710 homes)
  • 5.02% Increase in average sale price ($167,717 vs $159,699)
  • 7.41% Increase in median sale price ($145,000 vs $135,000)
  • -2.55% Decrease in sales volume ($222,225,022 vs $228,050,163)

January – September 2018 vs January – September 2017

  • .98% Increase in homes sold (12,495 homes vs 12,374 homes)
  • 6.34% Increase in average sale price ($166,133 vs $156,227)
  • 6.64% Increase in median sale price ($142,900 vs $134,000)
  • 7.38% Increase in sales volume ($2,075,833,595 vs $1,933,148,167

Statistics courtesy of Dayton Realtors September 2018 Home Sales Report

Northern Kentucky
Average sales price, median sales price and sale volume were up from September 2017.

September 2018 vs September 2017

  • -5.04% Decrease in homes sold (603 homes vs 635 homes)
  • 9.64% Increase in average sale price ($196,570 vs $179,282)
  • 5.00% Increase in median sale price ($168,000 vs $160,000)
  • 4.12% Increase in sales volume ($118,531,976 vs $113,844,185)

January – September 2018 vs January – September 2017

  • -1.31% Decrease in homes sold (5,488 homes vs 5,561 homes)
  • 7.52% Increase in average sale price ($193,776 vs $180,224)
  • 6.69% Increase in median sale price ($167,500 vs $157,000)
  • 6.11% Increase in sales volume ($1,063,443,610 vs $1,002,229,156)

Statistics courtesy of Northern Kentucky Association of Realtors September 2018 Home Sales Report

Southeastern Indiana
The Southeastern Indiana region had increases in average and median sale prices in September. Year-to-date, this region is ahead on homes sold as compared to 2017.

September 2018 vs September 2017

  • -27.0% Decrease in homes sold (81 homes vs 111 homes)
  • 10.3% Increase in average sale price ($181,896 vs $164,868)
  • 6.0% Increase in median sale price ($168,500 vs $159,000)
  • -19.5% Increase in sales volume ($14,733,579 vs $18,300,402)

January – September 2018 vs January – September 2017

  • 2.3% Increase in homes sold 946 homes vs 925 homes)
  • 6.9% Increase in average sale price ($168,999 vs $158,138)
  • 7.0% Increase in median sale price ($152,500 vs $142,500)
  • 9.3% Increase in sales volume ($159,872,986 vs $146,277,568)

Statistics courtesy of Rick McMillin – Southeastern Indiana Board of Realtors MLS Homes Sold Report dated October 19, 2018.

Look at homes for sale.

July Real Estate Sales Report for Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio; Northern Kentucky; and Southeastern Indiana

July Home Sales ReportHome sales as well as average sale and median prices all increased during July in Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio; Northern Kentucky; and Southeastern Indiana  Here is our report for the month:

Cincinnati
July 2018  was the third-highest sales month July since 2005.

July 2018 vs July 2017

  • 4.13% Increase in homes sold (2,545 homes vs 2,444 homes)
  • 7.34% Increase in average sale price ($224,481 vs $209,130)
  • 5.88% Increase in median sale price ($180,000 vs $170,000)
  • 11.78% Increase in gross sales volume ($571,303,051 vs $511,112,955)

January – July 2018 vs January – July 2017

  • -.32% Decrease in homes sold 15,127 (homes vs 15,175 homes)
  • 6.61% Increase in average sale price ($215,054 vs $201,720)
  • 8.63% Increase in median sale price ($174,900 vs $161,000)
  • 6.27% Increase in gross sales volume ($3,253,117,610 vs $3,061,097,271)

Statistics courtesy of Cincinnati Area Board of Realtors July 2018 Home Sales Report

Dayton
Dayton had a 10 percent increased in sales for July as compared to July 2017!

July 2018 vs July 2017

  • 10.64% Increase in homes sold (1,612 homes vs 1,457 homes)
  • 9.26% Increase in average sale price ($171,683 vs $157,132)
  • 7.38% Increase in median sale price ($147,000 vs $136,900)
  • 20.88% Increase in sales volume ($276,752,628 vs $228,940,893)

January – July 2018 vs January – July 2017

  • 3.06% Increase in homes sold (9,444 homes vs 9,253 homes)
  • 6,72% Increase in average sale price ($165,253 vs $154,853)
  • 5.64% Increase in median sale price ($140,500 vs $133,000)
  • 8.92% Increase in sales volume ($1,560,648,125 vs $1,432,851,217)

Statistics courtesy of Dayton Realtors July 2018 Home Sales Report

Northern Kentucky
Home sales were up almost six percent for July as compared to July 2017.

July 2018 vs July 2017

  • 5.66% Increase in homes sold (691 homes vs 654 homes)
  • 4.13% Increase in average sale price ($200,737 vs $192,770)
  • 3.03% Increase in median sale price ($170,000 vs $165,000)
  • 10.02% Increase in sales volume ($126,071,908 vs $138,709,887)

January – July 2018 vs January – July 2017

  • -3.30% Decrease in homes sold (4,099 homes vs 4,239 homes)
  • 8.00% Increase in average sale price ($194,347 vs $179,943)
  • 7.05% Increase in median sale price ($167,000 vs $156,000)
  • 4.44% Increase in sales volume ($796,631,090 vs $762,779,295)

Statistics courtesy of Northern Kentucky Association of Realtors July 2018 Home Sales Report

Southeastern Indiana
The Southeastern Indiana region had increases in units, average/median sale prices as well as sales volume in July.

July 2018 vs July 2017

  • 3.7% Increase in homes sold (112 homes vs 108 homes)
  • .3% Increase in average sale price ($163,314 vs $162,763)
  • 1.3% Increase in median sale price ($152,400 vs $150,500)
  • 4.0% Increase in sales volume ($18,291,190 vs $17,580,000)

January – July 2018 vs January – July 2017

  • 5.5% Increase in homes sold (727 homes vs 689 homes)
  • 8.3% Increase in average sale price ($166,425 vs $153,732)
  • 9.3% Increase in median sale price ($149,800 vs $137,000)
  • 14.5% Increase in sales volume ($120,990,808 vs $105,708,000)

Statistics courtesy of Rick McMillin – Southeastern Indiana Board of Realtors MLS Homes Sold Report dated August 22 2018.

Look at homes for sale.