Tag Archives: average sales price

Average or Median Price – Which is Better?

One of the main things people want to know about the market is what prices are doing.  Prices are important to many buying and selling decisions.

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By the Numbers: February 2013

In February 2013, as compared to February 2012, the housing market in New England and New York generally continued to see increases in unit sales, average sales prices and price per square foot, with few exceptions. All of these indicators point toward a growing and strengthening housing market.

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March 14, 2013

Doing The Numbers

In our continuous quest to bring you the latest and greatest in real estate, today we are presenting you with July’s housing data.  As you’ll see when you look at the data below, there are alot of parallels to national housing trends: tightening inventory , a large increase in unit sales and a decrease in market time.  The inventory is normalizing and, finally, is really starting to burn off.  Take a closer look at the numbers below for the northeast and let us know if you are seeing the same type of activity in your local market!

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August 9, 2012

Public Misled by National Real Estate Indexes

A confluence of low interest rates, extremely low home prices and the highest affordability rate in U.S. history have created ideal conditions for homebuyers.  However, you wouldn’t think that with the onslaught of negative reports from national indices and various media outlets.

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July 21, 2011