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Tuesday, May 25, 2010

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Existing home sales strengthened in March to 5.35 million, up 6.5 percent from February and 16 percent from last March. This is the ninth consecutive month of year-over-year increases. According to Lawrence Yun, NAR chief economist, the “home-buyer tax credit has been a resounding success,” increasing demand and stabilizing the market. In March, 44 percent of sales were from first-time buyers.

Median Home Price
The median price for an existing home was $170,700 in March, up 0.4 percent from a year ago and 3.6 percent from February. Distressed homes, accounting for 35 percent of last month’s sales, continued skewing prices downward slightly as they typically are discounted 15 percent compared to nondistressed homes. “Foreclosures have been feeding into the inventory pipeline at a fairly steady pace and are being absorbed manageably,” said NAR’s chief economist.

Total housing inventory rose slightly to 3.58 million in March, representing an eight month supply of sales (if homes continue to sell at the current pace consistently and no new homes come on the market). Compared to the previous year, there are now 1.8 percent fewer homes on the market. This is the twentieth consistent month of inventory decline when compared to the previous year- one of several indicators that the market will likely “bottom out” in the next few months, according to NAR.


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