Morrow continues to perform well when you consider the smaller market size. Prices move easily since completed sales volume is relatively low. For the most part June matched up very closely with July's performance for many of the key metrics. Stick with us for more details!
We're including some easy to use Search Morrow Homes For Sale links at the end!
This report is specific to zip code 45152 (includes homes in portions of Union Township, Salem Township, Hamilton Township, Harlan Township and Washington Township in addition to Morrow). 45152 is covered primarily by Little Miami Schools.
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All data is derived from the Cincinnati MLS system. If any Morrow area homes traded hands without a REALTOR® involved, then those sales won't be reflected in this report.
Wedgwood, a typical Morrow area subdivision (although the new construction is finished there!)
With regards to housing choices in 45152, there are quite a few developments, with the majority focused at the $200k price point with many starter type homes available well below that. There are also several smaller communities with a focus on upper end properties with larger lots. Additionally, there are some patio home communities also available. And of course if your preference is rural living with more acreage, there's plenty of opportunity for that too!
So, on to the review!
First up is the number of Morrow area single family homes sold on a month by month basis for 2010 through present month:
Next is the Morrow median price summary chart.
Morrow 45152 Single Family Home Summary:
Homes Sold: 22 (0 Bank/Government Owned, 0 Short Sale, 2 New Construction) DOWN 2
Average Price Sold: $272,270 UP $6.5k
Median Price Sold: $280,250 UP $53k
Average Days on Market for SOLD homes: 44 UP 3 (median 4)
Homes Active 7/17/17: 62 SAME
Homes Pending 7/17/17: 54 UP 1
Average Sales/List %: 98.0% UP 1.0%
Most Expensive Home Sold: $615,000
Least Expensive Home Sold: $30,800
So what can we determine from the latest statistics?
- Much of the Morrow market stayed the same as the previous month. Overall sales about the same, homes under contract about the same, homes not under contract about the same and time to sell about the same.
- On the other hand, prices DID move up a bit thanks to 7 of the 22 homes selling for $300,000 or more. With only 1 home selling below $100,000, that mix drove up the median price considerably higher than past years.
- Time to go under contract is still short, with 1/2 of the homes sold under contract in 4 days or less.
- Based on the number of pending homes, expect July numbers for total sold to be close to this month.
- Distressed property is low, accounting for none of the 22 sold and none of the 62 for sale.
- New construction is still a sizable portion of homes for sale, with 17 new construction homes of the 62 for sale.
So what does this mean to you as a Morrow single family home owner?
STILL NO CHANGE FROM LAST MONTH: Low inventory levels work to your advantage, just as long as you take into account the new construction competition. If you live in a community still actively building, that's a key consideration when pricing your home.
Overall, demand varies based on subdivision or rural location, home features, new construction competition, etc.
Buyer demand is obviously there based on the number of homes under contract. However, it does typically take longer to sell than other communities with an easier commute to Cincinnati.
For an evaluation of your specific home's marketability, please contact us.
So what does this mean to you as a potential Morrow home buyer?
NO CHANGE HERE EITHER: Competition for the best homes is there, but it's not as severe as other places in Warren County. The best homes CAN sell quickly. Inventory is VERY low. If Morrow's location fits your needs, there is good value in Morrow homes. The commute is actually faster than most people expect, and there's both resale and new construction to choose from for your purchase. You've got your pick of VERY affordable housing.
Inventory levels are NOT as high as other areas of Warren County, so depending on your housing needs, there may not be a good match on the market. You can use these Search Morrow Homes For Sale links to get an idea of what is currently offered.
However, one key piece of advice that applies in Morrow and elsewhere: If you see something you like, don't wait on it assuming there will be a price reduction. Get your offer written, submitted and negotiated to final signatures as rapidly as possible.
When you're considering buying a Morrow area home, please contact us with your needs and we'll help you find the right community or country spot for you!
Serving Warren County's home buyers and sellers,
Liz and Bill aka BLiz
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