REinventing MLS

Closed listings post weekly, annual declines

The first full week of October saw 2,578 closed residential listings, down 30% from the previous week. That total is also a 15% annual decrease and the second-lowest single-week mark since early July.

Find out how MRED’s marketplace did in our Weekly Market Snapshot.

Contracts bounce back after holiday week

Residential listings under contract registered a weekly 15% increase following the week of Labor Day. The 3,899 contracts also beat out the previous year’s total from the same period for the first time in three weeks.

See all the details in MRED’s Weekly Market Snapshot.

Median sales price dips to lowest point since Feb

The median residential sales price in MRED’s marketplace registered a 4 percent week-over-week decrease during the first full week of September. That decline brought the key metric to $270,000, the lowest total since the final week of February.

Learn more in MRED’s Weekly Market Snapshot.

Closed listings jump, fall short of 2020 levels

Closed listings in MRED’s marketplace notched a top five weekly finish for the year so far. Despite the strong showing, the 3,845 closings for Aug. 30-September 6 was off from the same week last year by 8 percent.

See more trends in MRED’s Weekly Market Snapshot.

Residential prices continue fall, still outpace 2020

MRED’s marketplace saw the third consecutive week of declines in residential sales prices to round out August. The $279,500 median sales price is a 1% weekly dip and a 5% decrease from the start of the month, though it still tops the $257,500 mark from the same period last year.

See more in MRED’s Weekly Market Snapshot.

Gradual decrease continues for new listing totals

New listings in MRED’s marketplace decreased for the second consecutive week. The 7,015 new residential listings was the lowest single-week total since the Independence Day holiday and an 11% year-over-year decrease.

Get all the information in MRED’s Weekly Market Snapshot.

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