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Well it certainly has been an interesting short spring, long summer market. Mostly cool interspersed with HOT!
We certainly are seeing much more balance in the sales end of things. Properties are taking longer to sell ( approx 30 days) and often with price reductions. There does not seem to be any price point in particular rather it appears to be a response to the condition of the home .
Buyers seem very reluctant to premium prices for homes requiring work. Homes with good upgrades and updates still tend to garner asking price or better.
I think this is a sign of the market balancing itself out. After all these years, it truly is about time.
Accuracy in pricing is far more important than ever. We feel very fortunate to have worked in a balanced market and have the ability to respond to this one with experience.