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- Additional inventory in the pipeline | Reno Real Estate Blog on April median sales price, units sold, DOM and inventory
- Do I qualify for a mortgage loan? | Reno Real Estate Blog on Are you ready to buy a house?
- CMS on Washoe County foreclosure-related recordings – April 2013
- Maximus on Washoe County foreclosure-related recordings – April 2013
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Reno-Sparks, Nevada made Business Insiders‘s list of The 14 Best Housing Markets For The Next Five Years. Projecting annualized growth of 7.7% through 2017, the list ranks Reno-Sparks at #6 out of metros nationwide.
Below please find April 2013’s market report, provided by the Reno/Sparks Association of REALTORS®. The report is quite detailed and breaks out many of the housing market metrics by type of sale (i.e. REO, short sale, no special conditions) as … Continue reading
April’s sales metrics were all up compared to March’s numbers. April’s median sales price of $208,000 represents: a 6.7 percent month-over-month increase from March’s $195,000 a 37.7 percent year-over-year increase over April 2012′s median of $151,100 a four-year high; the … Continue reading
Below please find the Resale, New Home, and Refinance Market Statistics for March 2013 from our friends at Ticor Title. Click on the chart below to enlarge… Washoe County’s March recording stats compared to February’s numbers… Resales are up nearly … Continue reading
Our friends at First Centennial Title have released their Market Condition Report (MCR) for March. (Click on the report below to enlarge.) Commentary from February’s MCR… Price continues to move up and the rate of increase is rising. Supply and … Continue reading
U-Haul has just released its Migration Trend Report for 2012. Among other things the report lists the top “Growth Cities” in the U.S. What’s a growth city? Compiled from more than 1.6 million U-Haul one-way truck transactions occurring during 2012, … Continue reading
March’s metrics were all up compared to February’s numbers. March’s median sales price of $195,000 represents: a 2.1 percent month-over-month increase from February’s $190,100 a 30.1 percent year-over-year increase over March 2012′s median of $149,900 a four-year high; the median … Continue reading