Searcy Homes For Sale, Market Condition Report

Real Estate Agent with Realty Professionals, Inc.

The chart below shows how many Residential properties that the Searcy Board of Realtors sold that were listed in CARMLS (our Multiple Listing Service). It also gives you the average listed price, average sold price, the list to sale ratio and how many days it was on the market. This information can be useful to let you know what the market conditions in the Searcy Board of Realtors area is doing.

As you can see, the number of properties sold in 2006 & 2007 is about 100 more properties than what was sold in 2008. One good thing about this, is the average sold prices have increased. This information alone is not the only information you need to look at to see what your property is worth. We'll need to look at the location, condition, age, number of bedrooms & baths as well as the square footage of other homes that are comparable to yours to determine recommended market selling price. I will be glad to provide you a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) of your property.

Armed with this information, now is a good time to purchase that new home especially with the low interest rates we have. Call Larry today at 501-268-8489 and start packing! 

Larry DeGroat, Realty Professionals

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I am a Realtor in Searcy, Arkansas and I sell new homes, existing homes, commercial property, farms and land as well as manage and own rental properties. If you are looking for real estate for an investment or a home, I will be glad to assist you! You can call my personal cell number at 501-278-7659 or e-mail me at Visit my website at

Comments (5)

Brent Johnson
Chase International South Tahoe Realty - South Lake Tahoe, CA

That is great that your average sales price was up in 2008! That is not the case here in Tahoe.

Feb 09, 2009 01:26 AM
RE/MAX Advantage Realtors, Searcy, AR - Searcy, AR


Great post, I think Searcy has a stable market.  I am anticipating a great 2009!  I hope you have one too!

Feb 09, 2009 10:08 AM
Barbara S. Duncan
RE/MAX Advantage - Searcy, AR
GRI, e-PRO, Executive Broker, Searcy AR

Thanks for sharing this, Larry.  Looks as if we are down and it seems strange that we are considering some of the huge production amounts turned in from agents.

Feb 09, 2009 11:18 AM
Larry DeGroat
Realty Professionals, Inc. - Searcy, AR
ABR, CRS, e-PRO, GRI in Searcy

Brent, yes it is very good that are prices have increased.  As you can also see that we have had a less number of transaction in 2008.

Mary, thanks!  We do have a good market and thankfully to the Fayetteville Shale play.  If we didn't have that going on, I would hate to know where we would be.  It is slow going right now, but hope things will get going better.  Thanks for the wishes and I to hope you have a great year.

Barbara, I have been wanting to do this to see where things were for a long time.  CARMLS has a statistic link on the front page and I have been using that in my listing presentation but it was not a full year and I wanted to see what the trend was.  Yes, due to the increase in the average sales price, you can have less number of transactions and keep the volume the same.  Now, these numbers only include residential properties that were listed in CARMLS by the Searcy Board of Realtors (no other companies sales were included) for those years.  This does not include commercial, land and multi family and this would increase the numbers.

Feb 10, 2009 05:24 AM
Cindy Oglesby
Southeast Realty Group - Macclenny, FL

I have family living not too far from Searcy and it nice to know that the market is fairly stable there. Thanks for the great graph.


Feb 25, 2009 04:29 AM