Strong sales numbers and limited inventory are promising for sellers in Plymouth and Wayzata. Numbers suggest buyers will still have to work hard and be patient in their home search but that new homes are coming to the market and keeping inventory levels stable. There is a slightly higher expired number when compared to other area cities but this could be explained by the price point and a small surge in higher end foreclosures. Could suggests we are close to the end of foreclosure crisis as the last effected are generally well to do neighborhoods. Seasonal changes and the government shutdown will propbably have a substanial effect in October numbers when published, but with rates expected to increase in the spring, now could be the best time to buy or sell a Plymouth or Wayzata home.