market report: The Pines and Windemere Market Report: List vs. Sales for the Past 90 days - 01/31/10 10:45 PM

 

The Pines & Windemere, Jensen Beach, Martin County, FL Located adjacent to the brand new Jensen Beach High School, and Felix A. Williams elementary school, one of Martin County's best schools, is only one reason why The Pines of Jensen Beach is so desirable.
Some residents have stated "sending our children to Felix A. Williams is like having a private school in our own back yard."  "Our Kids can walk to the new High School"
In addition to the best schools, The Pines is located just 1.5 miles from the beautiful unspoiled beaches of Hutchinson Island, a … (3 comments)

market report: Martin County, Florida - Residential Market Report through December 2009 - 01/13/10 07:52 AM
Residential (single family homes and town homes) absorption rates have crept up a little due to seasonal fluctuations.  We expect this trend to continue for the next few months as the inventory will increase in late December and early January.  Current trends are very positive for inventory and for at least the short term prices have started to increase (but not in all segments of our market).

The Definition of Absorption Rate:
Number of weeks it takes to sell the current inventory at the present rate of sales. Knowing your area's Absorption Rate, helps to track trends. Understanding the market and … (6 comments)

market report: Martin County, Florida - Condo Market Report through December 2009 - 01/13/10 07:47 AM
Condo sales improved in December surprisingly through our historically slow time for condo sales.  Prices have appeared to stabilize for the time being.

The Definition of Absorption Rate:
Number of weeks it takes to sell the current inventory at the present rate of sales. Knowing your area's Absorption Rate, helps to track trends. Understanding the market and where it is headed is part of our job as real estate professionals. Absorption rate is NOT an exact science. Figuring it is based on the premise that one will be looking for a TREND. It is advised to consistently do the numbers … (5 comments)

market report: Martin County, Florida - Residential Market Report through November 2009 - 12/16/09 11:56 PM
As expected, Residential (single family homes and town homes) absorption rates have crept up a little due to seasonal fluctuations.  We expect this trend to continue for the next few months as the inventory will increase in late December and early January.  Current trends are very positive for inventory and for at least the short term prices have started to increase (but not in all segments of our market).

The Definition of Absorption Rate:
Number of weeks it takes to sell the current inventory at the present rate of sales. Knowing your area's Absorption Rate, helps to track trends. Understanding the … (7 comments)

market report: Martin County, Florida - Condo Market Report through November 2009 - 12/16/09 11:38 PM
Condo sales remained relatively steady through our historically slow time for condo sales.  Prices have appeared to stabilize for the time being.

The Definition of Absorption Rate:
Number of weeks it takes to sell the current inventory at the present rate of sales. Knowing your area's Absorption Rate, helps to track trends. Understanding the market and where it is headed is part of our job as real estate professionals. Absorption rate is NOT an exact science. Figuring it is based on the premise that one will be looking for a TREND. It is advised to consistently do the numbers each … (6 comments)

market report: Martin County Florida Market Report - Residential Analysis - 11/13/09 12:25 AM
 
Martin County Residential Data
(Single Family Homes)
Absorption rates crept a little in October which is a normal seasonal fluctuation for Martin County.  This will most likely continue through the early winter and then decrease further through our main season from March through August.  If current trends continue we will be back to a balanced market by the summer and the average sales prices will start to increase.  Current price trends have stabilized and we have seen modest increases in some segments of our market.

 The Definition of Absorption Rate:
Number of weeks it takes to sell the current inventory … (7 comments)

market report: Martin County Condo Market Report - 06/14/09 11:11 PM
Here are the graphs I've compiled from the latest Market Report for Martin County Condominium Sales and Listings with data supplied by the Realtor Association of Martin County:

The Definition of Absorption Rate:
Number of weeks it takes to sell the current inventory at the present rate of sales. Knowing your area's Absorption Rate, helps to track trends. Understanding the market and where it is headed is part of our job as real estate professionals. Absorption rate is NOT an exact science. Figuring it is based on the premise that one will be looking for a TREND. It is advised to … (9 comments)

market report: Martin County Florida Residential Market Report - 06/14/09 11:04 PM
Here are the graphs I've compiled from the latest Market Report for Martin County Residential Sales and Listings with data supplied by the Realtor Association of Martin County:

The Definition of Absorption Rate:
Number of weeks it takes to sell the current inventory at the present rate of sales. Knowing your area's Absorption Rate, helps to track trends. Understanding the market and where it is headed is part of our job as real estate professionals. Absorption rate is NOT an exact science. Figuring it is based on the premise that one will be looking for a TREND. It is advised to … (16 comments)

market report: Martin County Florida Real Estate Market Report for July 2008 - 08/14/08 01:02 AM
Martin County Florida's single family home inventory in July declined for the sixth consecutive month, continuing this year's trend of an improving market.
There are 2342 homes available through the Multiple Listing Service, a decrease of 67 homes from the previous month and 562 home decrease since January 2008. The month-to-month inventory declined 20 percent since January.
The current inventory reflects a 16-month supply at the current sales pace.
Martin County had 148 single family home sales in July, a slight decrease of 4 homes from the 152 home sales in the month prior, but 32.5 percent above the 116 homes … (1 comments)

 
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