Market Buzz 9 20 21Homes that have sold in the week of Sept 13 through Sept 19 in Monmouth county and the surrounding areas.
How is the market doing in Monmouth county?
It is slowing down which is natural as this is the beginning of Fall and this is the lower cycle in real estate
If you are considering selling or buying please give me a call and I will be glad to chat with you about the process of real estate.
Market Buzz Sept. 7 2021How is the market doing? Still Active.
Also includes significant sales numbers for 1 , 2, 3 quarters of 2021.
Market Buzz Aug 30 2021What is happening in the Real Estate Market in Monmouth County and the surround towns.
The market is still VERY active in some towns and in others it is certainly slowing a little.
Overall the market is active and inventory is slowing increasing.
This is the beginning of the Fall season so let's see if the market inventory increases as it slows down a little.
Real Estate Market Health Aug 2021Table of Contents:
00:00 - Introduction
00:00 - Health of the real estate Market
00:10 - Since the Pandemic
00:36 - People are looking at real estate as investment Asset now
00:44 - Soaring prices – limited inventory
00:52 - Seeing appreciation in real estate
01:03 - Compels people to be IN the Market
01:12 - Migration has slowed down
01:15 - The luxury market is at an all time high
01:32 - Monmouth county Luxury
02:20 - Peoples lives have Changed
02:28 - As they are now more flexible
02:40 - Closing Thoughts
Health of the Real Estate MarketHow the real estate market is doing thoughts on how people are perceiving the purchase of real estate from a home to an investment.
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New listings, pending sales, and closed sales are all on the rise for the year, but there were nearly 10,000 fewer homes for sale in July 2021 than July 2020. The median sales price for the total market through July of this year was $390,000, a 20 percent increase over the same period last year.
2021 Summer UpdateCatch up with CEO Jarrod Grasso, Director of PR & Marketing Colleen King Oliver, and 2021 President Jeff Jones as they discuss the latest legislative issues, the current housing market, and upcoming events!
July Local Market Update 2021
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June Local Market Update 2021