So far this summer, housing has achieved a soft, warm glow. If healing growth in the economy and labor markets persists, housing will be more than ready to weather tapering Fed activity – regardless of when it comes. Both local and national market indicators can’t yet contradict any confidence in rising home prices or dwindling inventory supplies. Let’s take a look into your locale to see how residential real estate is faring.

In the Twin Cities region, for the week ending August 17:

• New Listings increased 27.8% to 1,643
• Pending Sales increased 8.7% to 1,173
• Inventory decreased 10.1% to 16,124

For the month of July:

• Median Sales Price increased 16.8% to $208,000
• Days on Market decreased 31.4% to 72
• Percent of Original List Price Received increased 2.6% to 97.5%
• Months Supply of Inventory decreased 19.6% to 3.7

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