Cincinnati Homes for Sale (Daily Activity Report-Weekend review)

Real Estate Broker/Owner with RE/MAX Go Beyond
New Listings 284
Back on Market 86
Price Increases 11
Price Reductions 160
Pendings 126
Solds 123
Expireds 348
Inactives 42
Very solid activity this weekend from buyers (124) also we had over 300 expireds. We are going to break down what is'nt working inside the expired sector of the market today. Breakdown: $49,382,485 in total dollar volume expired Avg Price $219,473 skewed by a 2.8 million dollar listing Median $143,900 Avg day on market was 194 Pendings: 127 Avg LP: $153,183 Solds: 123 Avg SP: $163,412 New Listings: 284 Avg LP: $220,956

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Lupe Soto
Lupe Soto Realtor & Feng Shui San Fernando Valley

HI Kris, Buyers in Cincinnati, OH will benefit with this information.  regards from Burbank CA Real Estate

Mar 02, 2010 10:51 AM #1
Randy Schulenburg
Schulenburg Realty, Inc. - Algonquin, IL
Schulenburg Realty, Inc.

I just talked with a good friend of mine from Cincinatti who updated me on the market.  It seems to be a little tough out there as well.  So that's good news if things are turning around.  I hope you see that trend continue.

Mar 02, 2010 11:42 AM #2
Kris Cooper

all of 08 and start of 09 was awful here, however, I helped more people and had more transaction in 09 then any other time in my short 4 year career. I believe the numbers are stable here, there is just a price braket that moves slower 210k and up, however 210k and below is really entry level first time home buyers bracket and thats whats moving in many market places. Different place have different entry level house prices.

Mar 02, 2010 11:51 AM #3
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