1 Monthly Market Watch for Maricopa County An overview of what is happening in the Maricopa County real estate market (using September 2010 statistics)
2 Report overview: This report includes MLS data for the past 36 months in Maricopa County only as provided by the FlexMLS system. Please note that searches fluctuate daily when running these reports; these figures were obtained on 10/9/10. A reminder that you need to meet with a real estate professional to see how statistics impact the area where you are considering selling or buying blended statistics will not be as accurate as a more detailed report that your real estate professional can provide to help you with your decision making.
3 Total # of Closed Sales (36 month overview) 9000 Closed Sa ales Provided by Keller Williams Realty Prof fessional Partners Statistics from September 2010 MLS Mar Apr May June Oct Nov Dec August July Jan Sep Feb 10/07 to 9/08 10/08 to 9/09 10/09 to 9/10 Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May June July August Sep 10/07 to 9/ /08 to 9/ /09 to 9/
4 Closed Sales Report Analysis: Sellers: The month of September shows a 9.1% decrease in the number of closed sales over the prior month. This is the lowest number since February of For the 4 th month in a row, the number of closed sales are lower than the same months one year ago. With the recent changes announced by banks who are stopping the foreclosure of homes, this will be an important trend to watch. Buyers: For buyers, this means you may have less competition for the homes that are currently on the market. When you combine this with the great loans available, this could be the very best time for you to begin or finalize your search for a home. Should we see inventory drop because of the recent decisions on foreclosures, that could mean more competition for homes that are on the market and more competition could potentially mean higher prices for you. Continue to watch these numbers, as it will help you and your real estate professional understand what type of incentives and assistance you may or may not be able to request.
5 REO, Short, and Regular Sales Comparison (September 2010) 1,208, 20% Regular SALES REO/Bank Owned SALES 1,381, 23% SHORT SALES 3,390, 57% Distressed Sales Provided by Keller Williams Realty Professional Partners Statistics from September 2010 MLS
6 Distressed Sales Analysis: A bank owned/foreclosure home is one that the seller no longer owns it has been taken over by the lender(s) who had a note on the home. Short sales are homes where the seller is negotiating with the bank to forgive a portion of the debt in order to avoid foreclosure. September statistics showed a significant increase a 39% increase in the number of sales that were foreclosure properties. There was a 30.5% decrease in short sales that closed, and 43.6% decrease in the number of traditional sales. Again, continue to monitor this whether you are a buyer OR seller, as it provides the information on trends in home sales that will impact your success.
7 14000 Total # of PENDING Sales (36 month overview) Mar Pending Sales Provided by Keller Williams Realty Prof fessional Partners Statistics from September 2010 MLS Apr Dec Feb Oct Jan May June July August Sep Nov 10/07-9/08 10/08-9/09 10/09-9/10 Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May June July August Sep 10/07-9/ /08-9/ /09-9/
8 Pending Sales Report Analysis: Sellers: Over the past 5 months, pending sales have remained fairly consistent. September saw a 1.2% decrease in the number of homes that moved to pending status, meaning they are under contract, but have not yet closed. Once again, if you took out the spikes during the tax credit period AND the month of December, this would be fairly normal compared to the other months. Sellers need to continue to monitor this very closely, as it is a strong indicator of buyer activity in the current market are buyers still buying? And the answer remains, yes, they are. Buyers: Although the home buyer credit is no longer available, buyers should still be diligent in searching for a home prices and interest rates continue to be favorable, and without the pressure of the competition for this credit, this might be the perfect time to find a home without competing with dozens of other buyers. Continue to work with your real estate professional to make sure you are benefiting as well from these fantastic opportunities that are still available to you.
9 Average Sales Price (36 months) $355,000 Average Sales Price Provided by Keller Williams Realty Prof fessional Partners Statistics from September 2010 MLS $330,000 $305,000 $280,000 $255,000 10/07-9/08 10/08-9/09 $230,000 $205,000 $180,000 10/09-9/10 Mar June Nov Dec Jan Feb Oct Apr May July Aug Sep $155,000 Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May June July Aug Sep 10/07-9/08 $335,146 $335,116 $328,813 $329,909 $307,045 $310,472 $293,464 $284,632 $278,957 $261,238 $247,587 $227,672 10/08-9/09 $222,284 $216,819 $202,801 $188,174 $178,659 $165,298 $166,355 $169,800 $177,246 $181,038 $176,326 $182,231 10/09-9/10 $177,512 $181,895 $184,008 $182,387 $181,472 $187,979 $180,896 $184,312 $188,568 $181,730 $171,036 $165,730
10 Average Sales Price Analysis Sellers: For the third month in a row, the average sales price has decreased. September saw a 3.1 % drop over the month of August. This is the 2 nd lowest average sales price in the 36-month reporting period. Continue to watch this graph to see how low interest rates, increased inventory, and changing lender requirements impact this price. Buyers: For buyers, this means the average buyer paid less for a home in September than in the prior several months. As mentioned previously, it is very important for buyers to monitor what is happening with the bank-owned properties a reduction in inventory could have a significant impact on a buyer s ability to buy a home, as there will be more competition for the inventory. Find time now to meet with your real estate professional to learn why this could be the very best time for YOU to buy.
11 Average Days on Market (sales) Average Da ays on Marke et Provided by Keller Williams Realty Prof fessional Partners Statistics from September 2010 MLS Sep Mar Feb Apr Aug June July May Dec Oct Nov Jan Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May June July Aug Sep 10/07-9/ /08-9/ /09-9/ /07-9/08 10/08-9/09 10/09-9/10
12 Average Days on Market Analysis Sellers: September saw the highest average days on market since July of 2009, with an increase over the prior month from 102 days to 107 days. We hit our 36-month low in November of 2009 it will be important for sellers to continue to watch this number, as the higher this number, the less control a seller will have on pricing and terms. The longer homes are the market, the more important it is to look at pricing and terms to make sure you are attracting buyers. Buyers: Buyers need to be aware of this number because it is an indicator of how long sellers are having to wait to go under contract and close. The higher the number, the more control a buyer normally has. Even if we have an addition of homes to the market via foreclosures, buyers need to understand that competition for great homes continues to remain very high, especially in the lower price ranges. The importance of having a reliable lender AND real estate professional to guide you through this process has never been more important.
13 Average List to Sales Price Ratio 98.00% Average Lis st to Sales Price Ratio Provided by Keller Williams Realty Prof fessional Partners Statistics from September 2010 MLS 97.00% 96.00% Oct Mar Apr Nov May Aug Dec June July Jan Feb Sep 95.00% 94.00% 93.00% 92.00% Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May June July Aug Sep 10/07 to 9/ % 95.00% 94.00% 94.00% 95.00% 95.00% 95.00% 95.00% 95.00% 96.00% 96.00% 97.00% 10/08 to 9/ % 95.00% 95.00% 94.10% 94.40% 94.28% 95.18% 95.50% 96.20% 96.40% 96.87% 97.45% 10/09 to 9/ % 96.80% 95.96% 95.46% 95.50% 97.17% 97.01% 96.16% 96.00% 95.72% 96.13% 95.45% 10/07 to 9/08 10/08 to 9/09 10/09 to 9/10
14 List to Sale Price Ratio Analysis Sellers: After an increase in August, September saw a slight decrease in the list to sales price ratio. This statistic reveals how close the actual sales price was to the list price on a home. In September, the average was 95.45%. As a seller, it means you can expect a lower return than the market has shown since April of Continue to watch this trend, as it will impact how homes should be priced in the current market in order to appeal to the buyers. Buyers: Buyers need to pay attention. This number means that buyers have a little more buying power than they have for several months. Although the average is less than 100%, on lower priced/highly desirable properties buyers may still have to pay above list price. Since a home must appraise in order to obtain a loan, underwriters are looking very closely at prices and making sure that homes are selling at or below market value. Make sure your real estate professional helps you understand the competitiveness of the list price of the home you are wanting to purchase. You also need to be aware of the interest and sales activity in the area where you are wanting to buy and how the offer you are making competes with the market AND with any trends relative to the price at which homes are actually selling in the areas you have an interest.
15 Monthly Expireds & Cancelled Listings 10,000 9,000 Monthly Expi ired & Cancelled Lis stings Provided by Keller Williams Realty Prof fessional Partners Statistics from September 2010 MLS 8,000 7,000 6,000 10/07 to 9/08 5,000 10/08 to 9/09 4,000 3,000 Dec Mar May Oct Nov Jan Feb Apr 2,000 1,000 - Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May June July Aug Sep 10/07 to 9/08 8,891 7,826 9,224 7,924 6,511 7,357 7,657 7,546 7,707 7,193 7,247 7,291 10/08 to 9/09 7,179 6,252 5,221 6,517 6,062 6,342 5,441 5,006 4,899 4,126 3,596 3,601 10/09 to 9/10 3,564 3,361 4,533 3,532 3,235 4,139 3,413 3,951 4,603 4,167 4,311 4,323 June July Aug Sep 10/09 to 9/10
16 Expired & Cancelled Listings Analysis Sellers: The month of September saw the number of expired and cancelled listings remain fairly consistent over the prior month. This means 4,323 homes were removed from the market sellers may have decided to remove the home from the market OR the home may have been a short sale that was not successful. Serious sellers need to pay attention to all of the numbers this month longer days on the market, the average sales price, and more homes remaining on the market this means sellers need to pay very careful attention to how homes are priced so they can be the first choice of buyers. Buyers: For buyers, be aware that there are 4,323 fewer homes to consider. This means buyers will have to be more patient with homes still active AND be prepared to act quickly on available homes. Continue to watch this trend, as this, combined with price, days on market, and list to sales price ratio are an important indicator of what buyers need to do in order to be successful in closing on the home of their dreams.
17 INVENTORY OVERVIEW Following is an overview of what is happening with the inventory of homes currently available in Maricopa County and the MLS.
18 New listings by month Thousands New Listi ings Provided by Keller Williams Realty Prof fessional Partners Statistics from September 2010 MLS Mar Apr Oct Jan Aug Feb Sep June July May Nov Dec 10/07-9/08 10/08-9/09 10/09-9/10 Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May June July Aug Sep 10/07-9/ /08-9/ /09-9/
19 New Listings Analysis Sellers: Statistics for the month of September showed a slight decrease of 139 new listings over the prior month. This means there were 11,116 NEW properties entering the market they could be traditional sales OR they could be distressed sales. Sellers need to pay attention: a substantial amount of competition still remains on the market it will potentially show its impact through fewer showings, fewer offers, and more competition for the attention of serious buyers. Buyers: This is important news for buyers, as it means there are still more homes entering the market. It is very important that you continue to spend time with and listen to your real estate professional to develop your strategy for succeeding in a market that is constantly changing. Be prepared: as fewer homes enter the market, there will definitely be more competition for the best values.
20 Active Listings in ARMLS (36 month Summary -- Residential in ARMLS) 65,000 60,000 Active List tings Provided by Keller Williams Realty Prof fessional Partners Statistics from September 2010 MLS Axis Title 55,000 50,000 45,000 40,000 35,000 30,000 Sep Aug Jul Jan Feb Nov Mar Jun Dec Oct Apr May Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep 10/07 to 9/08 60,535 60,614 58,608 56,995 59,495 59,954 60,227 57,342 57,342 56,005 55,400 55,323 10/08 to 9/09 56,561 57,264 57,350 55,247 53,313 51,679 39,286 34,195 32,010 31,375 31,591 31,962 10/09 to 9/10 32,658 33,962 33,460 34,906 35,114 34,426 32,728 32,970 34,224 36,097 37,754 38,838
21 Active Listings Analysis Sellers: For the fifth month in a row, we have seen an increase in the number of active listings. September saw active listings totaling 38,838. This is an increase of 2.8% over the prior month. This remains the highest number we have had since April of Sellers need to make sure that they continue to watch what the banks are doing with foreclosed properties and how they are responding to short sales. Some of the new decisions by banks could mean less competition for sellers as they attract the perfect buyer. Buyers: Buyers still have inventory to preview. Continue to monitor this statistic, as it WILL be the statistic that indicates how much new inventory you will have to preview the lower the number, the more likely the competitiveness for lower priced homes will remain part of the current market. AND, the decision by some of the banks to stop foreclosures could mean this IS the time to get serious about buying.
22 Months of Inventory (36 month history) Months of Inv ventory Provided by Keller Williams Realty Prof fessional Partners Statistics from September 2010 MLS Jan Feb Sep Jul Aug Nov Dec Oct Mar Apr May Jun Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep 10/07 to 9/ /08 to 9/ /09 to 9/ /07 to 9/08 10/08 to 9/09 10/09 to 9/10
23 Months of Inventory Analysis: (This report has been generated by taking the number of active listings and dividing it by SALES for the past month) Sellers: September showed an increase of.75 months in available inventory to an average of 6.5 months after a fairly flat 12-month period. This is the highest number since March of this year and now means, that on average, we are no longer in a seller s market. (5 months or less of inventory). This means sellers have more competition for buyers. It continues to be very important for you and your real estate professional to monitor this number so that you can make sure your home is priced accordingly in order to become the choice of the buyer pool. Buyers: Buyers will want to seriously monitor this, as 5 to 7 months inventory normally indicates a balanced market, giving equal control to the sellers than the buyers. We are seeing this in many price ranges, resulting in significant competition for those homes. However, the type of market will vary from price range to price range and even area to area. Work with your real estate professional to make sure you understand the type of market you are in.
24 Total Market Overview: Sellers: This report provides a detailed breakdown of homes in Maricopa County based on price by determining the price range where your home SHOULD sell, you can see what the average list to sales price ratio is, the average days on market, and more importantly, the percentage of homes selling in that price range. Note that as the price increases, so does the days on market AND the list to sales price ratio decreases. You will also see a lower percentage of homes selling as the price increases. Buyers: By reviewing the price range where you are purchasing, you can determine what the average home is selling for vs. list price. This should help you make better and more acceptable offers based on the current market.
25 Total Mark ket Overview Provided by Keller Williams Realty Professional Partners Statistics from September 2010 MLS
26 Summar ry Commen nts Provided by Keller Williams Realty Prof fessional Partners Statistics from September 2010 MLS IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Although these reports are beneficial in understanding the general market in Maricopa County, it is essential that you meet with your real estate professional to study these same figures in your area, as statistics will vary from neighborhood to neighborhood. As you make decisions related to the purchase or sale of a home, it is important that you understand how the current real estate trends will impact your decisions. Your real estate professional is available to help you monitor and interpret them to make sure that you are taking advantage of the current market whether you are selling OR buying.
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