Northern Kentucky Homes See Higher Sales Year To Date in November

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Year to date, home sales are up by nearly 4% over 2014. Here are the statistics for November 2015 for the Northern Kentucky region:

November 2015 vs November 2014

  • -6.29% Decrease in homes sold (402 units vs 429)
  • -.1% Decrease in average sale price ($159,983 vs $160,147)
  • 10..28% Increase in median sale price ($142,150 vs $128,900)
  • 72 days on market (versus 84 days in 2014)

January – November 2015 vs January – November 2014

  • 3.84% Increase in homes sold (5,761 units vs 5,548)
  • 5.98% Increase in average sale price ($159,983 vs $160,147)
  • 6.4% Increase in median sale price ($142,500 vs $133,925)
  • 73 days on market (versus 80 days in 2014)

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Statistics courtesy of: Northern Kentucky Home Sales Report, November 2015

 

Home Sales Soar in Southeastern Indiana for October

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Home sales soared in October for Southeastern Indiana with a 30.1 percent increase. Here are the statistics:

October 2015 vs October 2014

  • 30.1/% Increase in homes sold (121 homes vs 93 homes)
  • 38.9% Increase in sales volume
  • 6.8% Increase in average sale price ($148,055 vs $138,672)
  • 4.7% Increase in median sale price ($135,000 vs $129,000)

January – October 2015 vs January – October 2014

  • 13.7/% Increase in homes sold (1,006 homes vs 885 homes)
  • 20.3% Increase in sales volume
  • 5.8% Increase in average sale price ($145,331 vs $137,358)
  • 2.8% Increase in median sale price ($130,000 vs $126,500)

It’s a great time to sell and  buy a new home! Home values are rising. Mortgage interest rates are low. See homes for sale here.

Statistics courtesy of: Rick McMillin, VP/Sales Manager of Sibcy Cline Harrison and the SEIBR Home Sales Report, November 5, 2015

 

Northern Kentucky Home Sales for 2014 the Highest Since 2007

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Northern Kentucky home sales had an increase for 2014 with the highest number of sales units sold since 2007.

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Home values are rising. Home-for-sale inventory is low. Mortgage interest rates have remained low. Now is the time to start working on getting your home in market-ready condition to sell. Read some ideas on home improvements here.

December 2014  vs December 2013 

  • 2.32% Increase in sales units (397 homes vs 388 homes)
  • 6.86% Increase in average price ($160.127 vs $149,841)
  • 6.93% Increase in sales volume
  • Days on market: 79 days in 2014; 90 days in 2013

January – December 2014 vs January – December 2013

  • 1.84% Increase in sales units (5,932 homes vs 5,825 homes)
  • .47% Increase in average price ($155,023 vs $154,305)
  • 2.31% Increase in sales volume
  • Days on market: 80 days in 2014; 84 days in 2013

 

 

Cincinnati’s May Sold Homes is Second Highest in 7 Years

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May 2014 recorded the second highest number of homes sold in Cincinnati in the past seven years with 2,053 homes closed and sold. (May 2013 recorded 2,296 sold homes.) There was a 4.07% increase in the average price of homes sold in May as compared to May 2013.

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Great Time To List Your Home To Sell
The inventory of homes on the market to sell has declined. There were 9,622 homes for sale versus 10,386 in May 2013, representing a 7.4% decrease. It’s a great time to list a home to sell since there is less competition and mortgage rates are still low.

Home Sold Statistics – May 2014 versus May 2013

  • -1.87% Decrease Homes Sold (2,053 vs 2,296)
  • 2.12% Increase in Sales Volume
  • 4.07% Increase in Average Price ($182,918 vs $175,762)

Year-To-Date Statistics – January – May 2014 versus January – May 2013

  • -2.15% Decrease Homes Sold (8,643 vs 8,457)
  • 3.02% Increase in Sales Volume
  • 5.28% Increase in Average Price ($165,265 vs $156,970)

Nationally, home sales were up 4.9% from April 2014, but down 5% from May 2013.

Statistics Source: Cincinnati Area Board of Realtors May 2014 Home Sales Report

Southeastern Indiana Home Sales Volume Up 9 Percent in April

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Southeastern Indiana gross home sales volume increased 9% in April as compared to April 2013. The area currently has 968 active listings.

April 2014 versus April 2013

  • 9% Increase gross sales volume
  • -11% Decrease in unit sales (80 units vs 89 units)
  • 21% Increase in average sale price ($136,532 vs $112,984)
  • 20% Increase in median sale price ($127,500 vs $105,900)

Year-To-Date January – April 2014 versus January – April 2013

  • -6% Decrease gross sales volume  – Due to winter!
  • -11% Decrease in unit sales (282 units vs 318 units)
  • 6% Increase in median sale price ($121,269 vs $110,800)

Sibcy Cline SE Indiana Listings:  April 2014 versus April 2013

  • 23% Increase in unit sales

Sibcy Cline SE Indiana Listings:  Year-To-Date January – April 2014

  • 6% Increase in unit sales
  • 58% increase in sales volume
  • $187,887- average sale price ($66,618 above the area’s average)
  • $159,900 – median sale price ($50,400 above the area’s average)

Statistics: Southeastern Indiana Board of Realtors MLS Home Sold Report, May 22, 2014

 

 

Cincinnati Home Sales are Up 4 Percent in April

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It’s spring and homes are selling in Cincinnati, Ohio! April home sales had a 4.5% increase as compared to April 2013. The average sale price has been increasing year-over-year for 26 consecutive months. (More buyer activity and low interest rates have pushed home prices higher.)

In the region there was an 8% increase in new listings. However, current home inventory is down 9% as compared to one year ago: 9, 232 current listings versus 10,148 listings.  It’s a great time to list a home to sell.

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April 2014 versus April 2013

  • 4.55% Increase in units sold (2,033 vs 1,935)
  • 5.97% Increase in average sale price ($166,025 vs $156,676)
  • 10.73% Increase in sales volume

Year-To-Date January – April 2014 versus January – April 2013

  • -2.44% Decrease in units sold (6,192 vs 6,347) – Winter plays a factor here
  • 5.73% Increase in average sale price ($158,782 vs $150,172)
  • 3.15% Increase in sales volume

Statistics from: CIncinnati Area Board of Realtors Home Sales Report, April 2014

 

April Sales Up Over 4 Percent in Northern Kentucky

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Sales rose 4.3% for April 2014 in Northern Kentucky as compared to April 2013. Current market conditions are in favor of both home buyers and sellers. Interest rates are still low and homes are still affordable. Home prices are just starting to rise.

Homeownership in Northern Kentucky is strong and is on track to meet or exceed 2013 when the area’s home sales reached a six-year high.

April 2014 versus April 2013

  • 4.3% Increase in units sold (509 vs 488)
  • 3.69% Increase in average price ($152,052 vs $146,638)
  • .86% Increase in median price ($133,760 vs $132,625)
  • -6.2% Decrease in days on market (83 days vs 88 days)

Year-To-Date: January – April 2014 versus January – April 2013

  • 2.89% Increase in units sold (1,640 vs 1,594)
  • .43% Increase in average price ($145,172 vs $144,552)
  • -2.75 Decrease in median price ($124,000 vs $127,500)
  • 9.3% Increase in days on market (86 days vs 94 days)

In April there were 892 new listings in the region.

Statistics courtesy of Northern Kentucky Association of Realtors and Northern Kentucky Multiple Listing Services April 2014 Home Report.