September 17, 2021 at 10:49am | Just Ask Matt

Houston Association of REALTORS® releases weekly Houston housing market activity snapshots. This is an excerpt and overview of the weekly reports from HAR.com

Weekly Snapshot - 9/7/2021 - 9/13/2021

New listings, falling 6.6 percent from a year ago, continued their downward movement from last week. However, overall, new listings are above 2020 levels with sold listings enjoying a sixth consecutive weekly boost. Closed sales totaled 2,203 versus 1,967 for the same week of 2020, up 12.0 percent from year-ago volume.

READ HAR FULL REPORT.

Weekly Snapshot - 8/31/2021 - 9/6/2021

During Week 35, new listings fell slightly off—4.8 percent from year-ago levels. Overall, new listings in Week 35 maintained a positive trajectory since Q2 2021. Sold listings held to positive for a fifth consecutive week and closed sales of homes totaled 2,431 versus 2,276 for the same week of 2020—up 6.8 percent.

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Weekly Snapshot - 8/24/2021 - 8/30/2021

In Week 34, New listings remained lively with 15.6 percent more listings on the market than at the week in 2020. New listings also improved. Remaining in a positive position for Week 34, sold listing continued to best last year's same week. Closed sales were up 2.6 percent from 2020 with a totaled 2,455 versus 2,394 for the same week of last year.

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Weekly Snapshot - 8/17/2021 - 8/23/2021

Week 33, saw new listings slow with back-to-school in high gear across Houston. However, new listings tracked above 2020 of the same week. Homebuying, however, held to positive territory during Week 33 despite continuing inventory supply. Closed sales were up 3.9 percent from year-ago volume of the same week.

READ HAR FULL REPORT.
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