Port Saint Lucie, Florida 34952 Market Statistics

Real Estate Agent with Port St Lucie ReMax Properties in Port St Lucie for sale

According to Trendgraphix, Inc. and Florida Regional MLS, Port St Lucie, Florida zip code 34952 real estate market statistics for the month of September, 2010 show a total of 387 residential properties as active listings/currently for sale, up from 374 in August, 2010 and up from 376 in September 2009.  There were 62 new listings on the market, down from 67 new listings in August.  30 properties sold in September down from 33 in August, a decrease of 9.1%.  In September 29 properties moved in to Pending status down 9.4% from August's number of 33.

There is currently 12.9 months of inventory based on closed sales, up from 11.3 months of inventory in August.  Current absorption rate is 7.8% based on closed sales, down from 8.8% in August.

The average price of Active listings is $142000, unchanged from August.  The average sale price in September was $83000 which was down from $109000 in August and down only slightly from the average sold price of $86000 in September 2009.

Those properties that sold in September sold for an average of 95% of the list price with an average market time of 51 days on market, down from 64 days in August and unchanged from September 2009.


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Bruce G. Hammond - Broker-Associate, REALTOR

1775 SW Gatlin Blvd

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Port St Lucie, Florida 34953

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Comments (1)

Tom Robinson
Keller Williams Realty Kingstowne/Alexandria, VA Office - Fairfax, VA
Experienced Real Estate, Professional Serving No. VA and DC

Houses are so affordable in Florida with the exception of the heavily populated areas. Florida is a bargain for those planning on future retirement there, etc. If you have the cash, buy it now. It's not going to get any cheaper going forward.

Oct 12, 2010 03:05 AM