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Weekly Snapshots HAR July 27-August 16, 2021
August 20, 2021 at 12:39pm | Just Ask Matt
HAR Weekly Activity Snapshot - Week of 7/27/2021 - 8/2/2021
With a second straight week, new listings remained in positive territory and volume continues to trend upward. REALTORS® entered 3,269 properties into the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) representing
an increase of 6.2 percent. Week 30 saw another small decline in local home buying activity during the last days of summer vacations with the closing of homes totaling 2,824 versus 3,158 for the same week of 2020. [Source HAR - CLICK HERE FOR FULL REPORT]
HAR Weekly Activity Snapshot - Week of 8/3/2021 - 8/9/2021
New listings held to positive territory for a third consecutive week and the volume continues to track upward. 3,368 properties were entered into the Multiple Listing Service (MLS)
by REALTORS® compared to 3,228 in Week 31 of 2020--4.3 percent increase. Homebuying activity registered a tiny bit of a gain in Week 31 as limited inventory continued. Closed home sales were 2,345 versus 2,331 for the same week in 2020. That
little 0.6 percent increase was just enough to end five straight weeks of declines. [Source HAR - CLICK HERE FOR FULL REPORT]
HAR Weekly Activity Snapshot - Week of 8/10/2021 - 8/16/2021
During Week 32, new listings lost some momentum as attention turned to sending kids back to school. Generally, however, new listings are trending above year-ago levels. Homebuying
volume crept up for a second straight week during Week 32 and closed home sales totaled 2,226 versus 2,139. Up 4.1 percent from 2020 year-ago volume. [Source HAR - CLICK HERE FOR FULL REPORT]