Our SunCrest Market Update is a hyper-local analysis of the most up-to-date information regarding the SunCrest real estate market. The previous month’s SunCrest housing information and future editions are released monthly.
SunCrest Market Update – February
SunCrest Market Update-February
Where Did All The Houses Go?
Right now in SunCrest there are only six existing homes for sale. SIX! There’s one home listed under $500,000, one home listed between $500,000 to $600,000, and 4 above $600,000. We discussed some of the reasons why inventory tends to soften in a recent market update.
What Does This Mean?
Based on the average velocity at which homes go under contract and sell each month, we have less than a 30 day supply of homes. In other words, if no other homes were to be listed, historical trends show that in 30 days there wouldn’t be any existing homes left to buy in SunCrest. Sure, this is only hypothetical—additional homes will almost surely be put up for sale, the homes currently listed could be priced incorrectly and linger past 30 days, or the buyer pool could shrink—but we don’t see any strong indicators that the market will change drastically anytime soon. Long story short? There’s not a lot for sale in SunCrest.
Times like this (real estate folks call it an “inventory shortage”) present a unique opportunity for sellers. Listing your home now may lead to multiple offers above asking price, and some buyers who may be eager to accommodate your flexible timelines (think school or new job) or present less stipulations to their purchase. SunCrest buyers are circling the block. Part of the reason for the inventory shortage is that it’s clearly a great time to buy. Interest rates have dropped to the low 3’s and have kept homes affordable and buying within reach. Whether you’re buying or selling, the market is definitely active but an inventory shortage presents unique opportunities on both sides of the transaction. Working with an experienced team with a goal-specific approach will help achieve the best results.
Posted on February 13, 2020 at 8:08 am Scott Steadman