This infographic presents highlights from a survey of NAR's residential and commercial members about sustainability in homes and buildings they work with, and about client interest in energy-efficient features.
Total existing-home sales rose 1.1% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 5.60M in March from 5.54M in February. Despite last month’s increase, sales are still 1.2% below a year ago.
March 2018 brought 5.60 million in sales, a median sales price of $250,000, and 3.6 months of inventory. The median sales price is up 5.8% year over year, and inventory is down from 1.2% months in March 2017.
April 22 is Earth Day. This infographic looks at environmentally friendly features homebuyers consider very important.
Foot Traffic dropped in February and is comparable to a year ago. Despite consistent low inventory, demand and sales are still showing growth.
This infographic shows the latest housing numbers for home sales, median home prices, housing starts, and new home sales.
In February 2018, pending sales were down year-over-year in all regions of the country, with the Midwest taking the biggest hit at -9.5%.
74% believe that now is a good time to sell, and 42% believe that strongly, while 68% believe that now is a good time to buy and 38% believe that strongly.
The information in this interactive data visualization is from Existing-Home Sales data. It shows you price and sales data for the month, and lets you compare it to prices and sales over the previous 12 months.
February 2018 brought 5.54 million in sales, a median sales price of $241,700, and 3.4 months of inventory. The median sales price is up 5.9% year over year, and inventory is down from 3.8 months in February 2017.