Posted by on Aug 3rd, 2010 in Uncategorized | 1 comment
From watching the statistics and market trends over recent months, I knew that July home sales were going to low. But, I didn’t think they would be this bad. I look outside, and the 90 degree temperatures sure don’t indicate that its the middle of winter. My unofficial statistics show that last month was the worst July for home sales in Logan Utah since the MLS started keeping stats in 1997.
July Cache County Home
Sales were down 47% compared with July of 2009, and were less than half of last months home sales. Clearly, the tax credit had a drastic impact on the movement of home sales. Historically, July is one of the biggest months for Logan UT Real Estate
The sad news is that it doesn’t look like this is just a one month statistical blip either. So far, August sales don’t look like they will be much improved. When I did my statistics at the beginning of last month there were 98 under contract homes in Cache County. Right now there are just 98.
The number of Utah Homes for Sale
is rising. Cache County now has 906 residential homes for sale, which is an all time high. At July’s home sales pace this represents more than 17 months of active inventory. If you are one of the 900 Cache Valley home sellers, and need to sell, now is the time to do something drastic. It looks like it is going to be a long winter for Real Estate in Cache Valley
One really peculiar stat that stuck out to me was the average days on market. This may have just been an anomaly from a limited sample size, but the average days on market during July was down. This doesn’t indicate that homes are selling faster, it just shows that many of the recently listed homes priced their homes right from the beginning and were able to sell.
via Logan Utah Real Estate Market Conditions: Logan July Home Sales Were Really Low.