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Georgia Housing Market Snapshot: January
20 Feb 2018 -
Last year, U.S. consumers seemed to be operating with a renewed but cautious optimism. The stock market was strong, wages were edging upwards and home buying activity was extremely competitive. Not much has changed in 2018 in terms of those measures, yet there is a sort of seasoned prudence mixed into the high emotions that go with a major expense like a home purchase. We are now several years deep into a period of rising prices and low inventory. Those in the market to buy a home have caught on. As sellers attempt to take advantage of rising prices, expect buyers to be more selective. 

  • New Listings decreased 5.3 percent to 12,034. 
  • Pending Sales were up 13.9 percent to 9,976. 
  • Inventory levels shrank 17.8 percent to 29,820 units.  
  • The Median Sales Price increased 7.4 percent to $196,500. 
  • Days on Market was down 7.4 percent to 63 days. 
  • Months Supply of Inventory was down 24.3 percent to 2.8 months. 

Whatever external forces are placed upon residential real estate markets across the country – whether they are related to tax legislation, mortgage rates, employment situation changes, new family formations, the availability of new construction and the like – the appetite for home buying remains strong enough to drive prices upward in virtually all markets across the country. New sales are not necessarily following that trend, but monthly increases are expected until at least late summer.


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