Posted by on May 4th, 2010 in Uncategorized | 0 comments
The Logan Utah Real Estate market is looking really good. It’s partially due to the homebuyer tax credit, but might also be partially due to an improved economy and more optimism for the future of Utah Real Estate.
During April, Cache County Real Estate
sales were up almost 18%
compared with last April. They were up almost 16% compared to the good sales numbers we had during March. So far, 95 residential homes on the MLS have been reported as sold.
In the near future, don’t expect home sales to slow down. Right now there are 227 residential homes for sale under contract in Cache County. While some of these will fall through, that represents a substantial number of closings that will happen over the next few months.
The prices of homes that have sold in recent months is down, this is in large part due to the large number of purchases involved with first time home buyers. The average price of the homes sold during April was $163,795, down 6.48% from last years average price.
For other positive news, real estate inventory is also down, finally. This is in large part due to the increased buyer activity and the large number of homes that are under contract. It’s possible that a lot of sellers took their homes off the market when didn’t sell during the tax credit time. There are currently 774 Cache County Homes for Sale. And this actually includes a good number of “phantom listings
” where the homes don’t actually exist. This is actually less homes than were for sale during May of last year when the Logan area had 787 residential homes listed.
via Logan Utah Real Estate: Logan Real Estate Market Looking REALLY Good.