July’s Home Sales numbers surpass all previous records for the month of July, continuing the trend that started in March of this year. With 613 closed escrows in July 2015, the next closest year for July was 2013 with 574 closed escrows, followed by July 2014 with 541 and finally July 2004 with 519. Inventory increased just slightly and still remains at just over two months supply. The median price dipped slightly, but remains quite healthy at $395,000.
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June 2015 Shatters Home Sales Records!
Since March, Placer County has broken all previous Home Sales Records each month, with June completely shattering all previous sales history data! With 671 closed escrows in June 2015, the next closest June data recorded is June 2013 with 565 closed sales and then June 2004 with 546. Along with record setting escrow numbers, June’s median price of $401,000 is up 75% from a 10-year low of $231,250 in March of 2011.
With low inventory levels floating at around two months, is this the right time to sell? Be sure to contact a REALTOR to find out if the time is right for you. Remember, not every real estate agent is a REALTOR. REALTOR, the mark of a Professional.
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