Sacramento homes for sale
April 2020 Housing Statistics for Sacramento County shows the trends are mighty clear, says Josh Amolsch. This is an exciting blog post from Josh, enjoy his read below. –JaCi Wallace
We are in a completely different place right now than we were at this point last year. Do you all remember the glorious days of April 2019 when Sacramento County single-family home inventory was 26% higher? When the median home price was $15K less than it was last month? I sure do remember, and all my wonderful buyer clients do, too.
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The time change fall-back in Sacramento 2019 started like any other day. I got up and made my coffee. I grabbed two dog bones and went outside to put my German Shepherds out in their play yard for the day. Daylight saving time ended today, Sunday, November 3, at 2:00 a.m. We gained an hour of sleep, which is always welcome. Sleep is a time for recharging our batteries and who doesn’t need that?
I woke up so early and thought well might as well get an early start. My smartphone had the correct time, of course, so I never gave it a thought. When I sat down at my computer to begin my day, I looked up and my wall clock, it was showing an hour later. Ah, I thought better to set that clock back now, or I’ll be showing up an hour early for appointments.
The September 2019 Sacramento homes for sale, sold and pended graph above shows some trends to keep in mind this fall. The pendings are higher than they have been all year. Inventory has stayed close over the last six months. Closings were a little down, but that could be longer duration escrows. The September closed sales numbers will answer if this is relevant.
Inventory is significantly lower than a year ago. There does not seem to be an impression that pricing is going down in Sacramento as demand is high and inventory is down. Buyers write your highest and best offer, or you may not be in a home this fall. September 2019 Sacramento homes for sale, sold and pended shows a continuing seller’s market. Pendings show trending up for the last 90 days.
After your Listing expires, is a great article previously written by Elizabeth for another website. This situation described below happens all the time to agents when they expire out or cancel a listing to obtain a new MLS #. Why pull a new MLS #? By design to freshen up a listing with a price reduction, it sells homes. Enjoy, as it is a good read.
— JaCi Wallace
When a listing expires, all of a sudden, sellers start to hear from real estate agents. They will receive letters in the mail, telephone calls and a few aggressive agents may even show up on the doorstep, ringing the bell. All this activity might make a seller think, “Hey, my property is really hot!” But you might be better off looking in the mirror to find the reason your listing expired.