Home Sales are up in Dayton, Ohio for January

MiamiRiver_DowntownSkyline.jpgHome sales rose in January in Dayton, Ohio with a 1.71% increase. This was a record-breaking number of homes sold for the month of January.

January 2017 vs January 2016

  • 1.71% Increase in home sales (834 homes vs 820 homes)
  • 14.40% Increase in sales volume ($116,920,836 vs $102,203,600)
  • 14.52% Increase in median sale price ($119,900 vs $104,700)
  • 12.21% Increase in average sale price ($140,193 vs $124,943)

Are You Thinking of Selling Your Home?
Now may the right time for you to sell your home and purchase another. Home values are rising and mortgage interest rates remain low. Look at homes for sale here.

Statistics courtesy of: Dayton Area Board of Realtors Home Sales Report, January 2017

 

Home Sales Set a Best-Ever January Record in Cincinnati

Cincinnati SkylineCincinnati experienced a record-breaking January in home sales with 1,447 homes sold! The mild winter and still-low interest rates have kept up a sales momentum in the area.

January 2017 vs January 2016

  • 4.33% Increase in home sales (1,447 homes vs 1,387 homes)
  • 13.46$ Increase in sales volume ($261,445,410 vs $230,421,940)
  • 8.76% Increase in average sale price ($180,681 vs $166,130)
  • 12.60% Increase in median sale price ($143,000 vs $127,000)

Thinking about Buying or Selling a Home?
Mortgage interest rates remain low. Home values are rising. With the low inventory of homes available for sale, now may be the right time to sell your home and purchase another one.

Look at homes for sale here.

Statistics courtesy of: Cincinnati Area Board of Realtors Home Sales Report, January 2017

Twenty-Three Percent Increase in Home Sales for Northern Kentucky in January

ViewYellowBridge_Dusk2.jpgJanuary 2017 was a strong month for home sales in Northern Kentucky. Sales rose 23% as compared to January 2016. Homes are selling an average of 60 days on market.

January 2017 vs January 2016

  • 22.13% Increase in home sales (378 homes vs 307 homes)
  • -8.37% Decrease in average sale price ($153,033 vs $167,010)
  • -6.55% Decrease in median sale price ($135,500 vs $145,000)
  • 12.82% Increase in sales volume ($57,846,481 vs $51,272,238)

Great Time To Sell and Buy a Home
It is a great time to sell your current home and purchase another home. Home values are rising, mortgage interest rates are still low. With the low inventory of homes on the market, homes in good condition and priced correctly are selling briskly.

Look at homes for sale here.

Statistics courtesy of: Northern Kentucky Association of Realtors, Home Sales Report, January 2017

Home Sales Rise Ten Percent for January in Southeastern Indiana

Indiana_Sign.jpgHome sales started off the year with a strong start in Southeastern Indiana. Sales rose 10.2% in January and the average sale price rose by 4%.

January 2017 vs January 2016

  • 10.2% Increase in home sales (54 homes vs 49 homes)
  • 4% Increase in average sale price ($119,500 vs $114,900)
  • 7.1% Increase in median sale price ($131,781 vs $123,080)
  • 18.0% Increase in sales volume ($7,116,200 vs $6,030,905)

It’s a great time to buy or sell a home. Mortgage interest rates are still low and home values are rising. Look at homes for sale here.

Statstics courtesy of Southeaster Indiana Home Sales Report, January 2017, Rick McMillin, Vice President/Sales Manager of Sibcy Cline Harrison

 

Northern Kentucky Home Sales Breaking Records for 2016!

nkyhomesalesIn Northern Kentucky, 2016 home sales broke all-time records with home sales and dollar volume: 7,029 homes closed – which was an increase of 10.48% and the highest number of homes ever sold. Dollar volume rose 17.12% over 2015 and was the highest ever at $1,224,052,128.

December 2016 vs December 2015

  • -.91% Decrease in sales units (542 homes vs 547 homes)
  • 4.66% Increase in average sale price ($169,276 vs $161,741)
  • 3.93% Increase in median sale price ($145,500 vs $140,000)
  • 3.70% Increase in sale volume ($91,747,894 vs $88,472,606)

January – December 2016 vs January – December 2015

  • 10.48% Increase in sales units (7,029 homes vs 6,362 homes)
  • 6.01% Increase in average sale price ($174,143 vs $164,277
  • 5.26% Increase in median sale price ($150,000 vs $142,500)
  • 17.12% Increase in sale volume ($1,224,052,128 vs $1,045,135,827)

There is a low inventory of available homes for sale. With higher average sale prices, along with still-low mortgage rates, now may be the best time to sell your home.

Look at homes for sale.

Statistics courtesy of: Northern Kentucky Association of Realtors Home Sales Report, December 2016.

 

 

 

Dayton Home Sales are Up in December and for 2016!

DaytonHomeSales.jpgHome sales were quite strong in December in Dayton, Ohio. Sales were up 8.60% for the month and rose 9.95% for the year. (Sales volume, median sale price and average sale price also rose for the month and year.)

December 2016 vs December 2015

  • 8.60% Increase in units sold (943 vs 885)
  • 12.56% Increase in sales volume ($162,268,929 vs $144,156,741)
  • 10.10% Increase in median sale price ($119,900 vs $108,900)
  • 2.79% Increase in average sale price ($138,101 vs $135,349)

December 2016 vs December 2015

  • 9.96% Increase in units sold (16,079 vs 14,623)
  • 15.87% Increase in sales volume ($2,360,177,839 vs $2,036,966,397)
  • 5.0% Increase in median sale price ($125,900 vs $119,900)
  • 4.68% Increase in average sale price ($146,786 vs $140,229)

The inventory of homes for sale remains low. Home values are rising. Mortgage interest rates still remain low. Perhaps now is the time to sell your home. Look at homes for sale.

Statistics courtesy of: Dayton Area Board of Realtors Home Sales Report, December 2016

 

Cincinnati’s Home Sales Up Six Percent in December and Over Seven Percent for 2016!

cincinnatisales2016Cincinnati home sales remained very strong in December with a 6.02% increase as compared to home sales in December 2015. Overall for 2016, homes sales increased 7.46% for the year.

In 2016 home sales (with 26,114 units sold) almost matched the record-breaking year of 2005 when sales peaked at 26,553 units. Throughout 2016, nine out of 12 months had record-high average prices of homes.

December 2016 vs December 2015

  • 6.02% Increase in sales units (1,937 homes vs 1,827 homes)
  • 12.84% Increase in sales volume ($368,686,941 vs $326,734,733)
  • 6.43% Increase in average sale price ($190,339 vs $178,837)
  • 4.56% Increase in median sale price ($149,000 vs $142,500)

January – December 2016 vs January – December 2015

  • 7.46% Increase in sales units (26,114 homes vs 24,302 homes)
  • 13.45% Increase in sales volume ($4,983,121,991 vs $4,392,271,525)
  • 5.58% Increase in average sale price ($198,882 vs $180,737)
  • 6.68% Increase in median sale price ($151,851 vs $142,345)

With a low inventory of available homes for sale, still-low mortgage interest rates and rising home values, now may be the right time to sell your home.

Look at homes for sale.

Statistics courtesy of: Cincinnati Area Board of Realtors Home Sales Report, December 2016