December 17, 2021 at 2:37pm | Just Ask Matt

HAR Market Snapshot - 10/5/2021 - 10/11/2021

New listings overall are trending ahead of 2020 levels, even with 2.5 percent fewer new listings during the week ending October 11.. Closings felt a small rebound during the week 40 after three consecutive weeks of declines, edging up 1.2 percent—1,868 closings versus 1,846 of the same week in 2020.

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HAR Market Snapshot - 10/12/2021 - 10/18/2021

During Week 41 new listings  slowed their entry to the marketplace, falling 8.9 percent. New listings, overall, are still trending above 2020. Sold listings also were slightly down, however they exceeded 2020’s record overall. Regardless that closed sales of homes totaled 1,995 versus 2,110 for the same week of 2020,  home sales are 15.3 percent ahead of 2020.

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HAR Market Snapshot - 10/19/2021 - 10/25/2021

New listings toward the end of October continued to lag behind last year’s numbers. Though sold listings trailed last year slightly,  overall they are  surpassing 2020’s record levels. Closed sales of homes were 1.5 percent below 2020’s volume—2,010 versus 2,040 for the same week last year. However, looking at a year-to-date basis, local home sales are running 15.3 percent ahead of 2020.

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HAR Market Snapshot - 10/26/2021 - 11/1/2021

Week 43 lagged behind 202 for new listings for a fifth consecutive week. Sold listings also saw a fractional decline. However, overall homes sold are still tracking ahead of 2020’s record levels. Closed sales of homes in Week 43 of 2021, was  0.8 percent below 2020’s volume—2,651 versus 2,673 for the same week. On a year-to-date basis comparison, home sales are tracking 15.3 percent ahead of 2020.

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