continue to climb!
- Market Snapshot for 2014 vs. 2013: Values
are as follows: Average Indicators - Single Family +13%,
Multi- Family +9% and Vacant Land +18%. Median
indicators: Single Family +7%, Multi- Family +34% and
Vacant Land +49%. These indicators translate into escalating
pricing in Summit County for 2014.
- Market Analysis % Change showing
years 2004-2014 YTD: April monetary volume ($59,517,300) is
down 7% from April 2013, transaction volume is down -13% from
April 2013. 2014 YTD (4 months) monetary volume is up
4% from YTD 2013. YTD 2014 transaction volume is down
-7% from YTD 2013. Inventory is low in Summit County
compared to years past, you can see that YTD pricing is
stronger with less transactions.
- Residential Market Sales by Price
Point : Residential volume in April had 99 transactions with
$54,678,500 gross volume. There were 11 properties that
sold for $1M and above in April. The most active price
point in April stayed in $400K -$500K range which is higher
than years and months past. April had 34 Single family,
65 Multi-family and 6 Vacant land transactions.
Title Guarantee Company's April 2014 Market Analysis
Year Residential Gross Volume Housing Index: Summit County
Year Residential Average Price Housing Index Summit County
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