April 2015

Found 3 blog entries for April 2015.

Home contractIn the latest sign that the U.S. real estate market is improving, more Americans signed contracts to purchase homes in February than in nearly a year.

The National Association of Realtors released the data, which showed that the seasonally adjusted pending home sales index increased 3.1 percent to 106.9 in February.

That’s the highest it’s been since June 2013!

If you’re preparing to list your home anytime soon on the local housing market, we encourage you to continue reading to learn more about this trend!

US Home Sales Are On the Rise!

Here are some additional highlights from the recent National Association of Realtors report:

  • Buying activity increased in the Midwest and West during the month of February, although it actually
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Park City Real Estate Market Update - March 2015

  • The number of Active listings for March 2015 was 1,968 with 681 Single Family homes and 459 Condominiums.
  • There were 562 Pended listings.
  • The number of SOLD listings year to date is 276 for all property types.

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Breaking It Down: February 2015

  • The number of Active listings for Single Family Homes was 644.
  • The number of Active Condominiums was 436.
  • The number of Active Vacant land was 724.
  • There were 485 Pended listings in February 2015.
  • The number of SOLD listings year to date was 125 for all property types.

Breaking It Down: January 2015

  • The median listing price this past January was just under $2.4 million whereas the
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home pricesThe national housing market continues to show gains, with home prices rising year-over-year during the month of February.

This is fantastic news as it shows that the U.S. real estate market continues to rebound from the Great Recession.

If you’re considering listing your home anytime soon, please continue reading to learn more about current national housing market trends.

A Closer Look at Recent US Sales Activity

CoreLogic released its February 2015 CoreLogic Home Price Index and the conclusions are favorable for home sellers.

Here are some of the highlights of that report:

  • US home prices (including distressed sales) increased by 5.6 percent in February 2015 compared to February 2014.
  • That increase marks three years of consecutive
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