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Local Summary: Demand for housing has resulted in a limited supply. Sellers are receiving multiple offers at asking price. The market is being fueled by activity from first time, move-up and repeat buyers, single-family homes, and condos/townhomes.2017 3rd Quarter Market Report: Home Sales and Prices Hit a Wall

The 3rd quarter of 2017 ended with not much of a change from the 2nd quarter. Home sales are down slightly and home prices continue to rise with median home prices up 4.2% year over year, but down from the second quarter's 6.2% increase. The primary reason for the slow-down in sales is the limited number of homes for sale, higher prices and less buyers being able to afford to buy a home.

The most notable change in the 2nd quarter was a shift in the amount of buyer activity declining 16% from last quarter. Additionally we found a significant change in the amount of price appreciation. Although 91% of the markets reported price appreciation there was an 11% shift from those markets reporting 5-10% appreciation and over 10% appreciation to those markets reporting under 5% appreciation.

According the National association of Realtors (NAR) existing home prices were up 4.2% over last year; the inventory of unsold homes is at a 4.2 month supply and 48% of all homes were sold in under one month. Still home sales dropped overall due to the low inventory of homes for sale.

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Buyer and Seller Activity
The trend in buyer activity is significantly higher than seller activity, however there was a definite downward trend in the number of markets continuing to show increasing buyer activity in the 3rd quarter. Our Realtors reported increasing buyer activity in 73% of the markets - down 16% from last quarter, but up 7% compared to last year. Seller activity was increasing in 49% of the markets in the 3rd quarter which was no change from the 2nd quarter, but up 9% over last year.

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Fall 2017 Market Update
Interest rates are historically low
Average Sold Home Price: $315,000

Average Time on Market: 0-30 days

Market Trend: Increasing

Buyer's or Seller's Market: More buyers than sellers

Multiple Offers? Yes

Greatest Activity: First time, move-up and repeat buyers, single-family homes, condos/townhome

Nearest Metro Area: Washington, D.C.

Housing Hot Spots: Entire area

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