The Twin Cities Area Real Estate Market July 19th

Real estate market update

The Twin Cities Area Real Estate Market July 19th

The Twin Cities Area Real Estate Market

 

Our general lack of inventory at certain price ranges and locations in the Twin Cities is still creating a frenzy of activity. The first time home buyer market of $175,000 to $300,000 throughout most of Minneapolis/St Paul and suburbs is the most impacted, which is causing multiple offers and short market times. Our inventory of available homes as of July 7th was 12,074 compared to 12,058 last year, which is up .1%. To give you a historical feel of inventory – in 2008, just before our correction, we had almost 36,000 homes for sale. Our pending sales as of July 7th were 1,187, and that is up 11.5% from the same time last year. For the last year our median price is up 7.2% to $290,000. Our average sale to list price is 100% (compared to 100.3% last year), and average days on the market has increased 2.5% to 41 days. If you are interested in knowing the stats for homes in your area, just let us know.

Weekly Report Information

 

Lastly, our interest rates are down a little from last week and are historically low for 30 year fixed-rate mortgages at 3.59% for VA, 3.49% for FHA and 3.99% for conventional. I even know of a lender who has no or very limited fees at that rate!

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