MRIS: Trends in Housing Year End 2009 Highlights

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If you're like me, getting buried in the frivolous (albeit essential) details of housing economics is often frustrating and time-consuming.  So, in the interest of "giving it to you straight" - I bring to you the quick and dirty:

Trends in Housing Year End 2009 Report and Highlights Video Now Available

Trends in Housing Year End 2009 provides an in-depth look at the statistics and issues that shape the mid-Atlantic housing market. Released on January 28, Trends in Housing reveals information about the region such as:

  • Prices are showing signs of a moderate recovery.
  • Days on Market continue to decline compared to both Q3 2009 and a year ago.
  • The ratio of inventory to sales continues to decline in most jurisdictions from one year ago.
  • The gap between buyer and seller demands is closing with the average sales price in Q4 2009 at 93.7% of list price, the highest share in more than two years.

Quicker & Dirtier Version: NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY.  For all the mundane detail as to why - drop me a line and I'll be happy to make the time to share and get you pointed in the direction that's best for you.  Remember...after Super Bowl...competition for what little inventory we have here in NoVA will be fiercer than ever!!

 

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Dana Couch-Davis
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Very interesting Lisa.  Thank you for sharing that MRIS info with us.

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