Active listings on the market decreased from last year increased since last month
This number represents the Months of
Inventory Based Upon Closed Sales.
There were 568 homes sold in the month of June. The pace of sales increased 12% above last month's sales pace, but was still -17% below the same month of the previous year. Home sales are up desipte interest rates that were rising earlier in the year. If you are thinking about selling, doing so prior to the Summer market might be advantageous as inventory levels typically rise causing less demand among purchasers.
Home prices declined on a month-to-month basis in June, dropping -3% to an average sales price of $306,000. Year-over-year prices increased 5%. The deceleration in home price growth reflects improving inventories and provides buyers who experienced tight supply for much of the year with more inventory to select from
The number of homes available decreased -3% compared to the same month of the previous year, with 685 homes available for sale in June. This translated to 1 months supply of active listings based upon closed sales. Inventory levels are low from this time last year which can cause an increase in home sales. However with interest rates expected to rise in 2023 we could see a gradual plateau in appreciating values with increased inventory for the later half of 2023
Real Estate market statistics are extremely important if you are considering buying, selling or purchasing long-term real estate investment. More importantly local statistics that are specific to our community provide a snapshot that will benefit you as you move forward with your decision.
In the Northern Kentucky area, local statistics often contradict national trends, so it is a good idea to rely on these instead of national news media to determine future trends locally.
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