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April Market Supply

4/15/2016

 

April Market Supply

To help you better understand our current market conditions, I have decided to post what the current market supply of homes is in the Antelope Valley. I will post this information once a month.

Basically, the market supply tells us the number of months it would take for ALL of the homes that are on the market right now to sell.

A 4-5 month supply of homes is considered a balanced market.

More than 6 months worth, we experience a buyer's market. In a buyer's market, there are too many homes on the market for the number of buyers out there. Homes take longer to sell and prices fall.

Less than 3 month's worth, we experience a seller's market. In a seller's market, there are too few homes on the market for the number of buyers out there. Homes sell very quickly (usually with multiple offers on each home) and prices tend to rise.

As of today, our current market supply is 1.4 months.

Past market supply data:
December 2.8 months
November – 2.5 months
October 2.4 months
September
August – 2.3
July – 2.2
June – 2.3
May – 2.5 months
April – 2.8 months
March – 3.3 months
February – 3.8 months
January - 3.7 months
December - 4.4 months
November - 4.1 months
October 2014 - 4.1 months
September 2014 - 3.2 months
August 2014 - 3.5 months
July 2014 - 3.1 months
June 2014 - 3.2 months
May 2014 - 2.9 months
April 2014 - 2.8 months
March 2014 - 3.8 months
February 2014 - 3.5 months
January 2014 - 3.1 months
December 2013 - 2.8 months
November 2013 - 2.6 months
October 2013 - 2.3 months
September 2013 - 1.9 months
August 2013 - 1.6 months
July 2013 - 1.5 months
June 2013 - 1.1 months
May 2013 - 1 month
April 2013 - 1 month
March 2013 - 1.3 months
February 2013 - 1.5 months
January 2013 - 1.4 months
December 2012 - 1.4 months
November 2012 - 1.9 months
October 2012 - 1.7 months
September 2012 - 2.5 months
August 2012 - 2.6 months
July 2012 - 2.7 months

August Market Supply

8/13/2015

To help you better understand our current market conditions, I have decided to post what the current market supply of homes is in the Antelope Valley. I will post this information once a month.

Basically, the market supply tells us the number of months it would take for ALL of the homes that are on the market right now to sell.

A 4-5 month supply of homes is considered a balanced market.

More than 6 months worth, we experience a buyer's market. In a buyer's market, there are too many homes on the market for the number of buyers out there. Homes take longer to sell and prices fall.

Less than 3 month's worth, we experience a seller's market. In a seller's market, there are too few homes on the market for the number of buyers out there. Homes sell very quickly (usually with multiple offers on each home) and prices tend to rise.

As of today, our current market supply is 2.3 months.

Past market supply data:

July – 2.2 months
June – 2.3 months
May – 2.5 months
April – 2.8 months
March – 3.3 months
February – 3.8 months
January - 3.7 months
December - 4.4 months
November - 4.1 months
October 2014 - 4.1 months
September 2014 - 3.2 months
August 2014 - 3.5 months
July 2014 - 3.1 months
June 2014 - 3.2 months
May 2014 - 2.9 months
April 2014 - 2.8 months
March 2014 - 3.8 months
February 2014 - 3.5 months
January 2014 - 3.1 months
December 2013 - 2.8 months
November 2013 - 2.6 months
October 2013 - 2.3 months
September 2013 - 1.9 months
August 2013 - 1.6 months
July 2013 - 1.5 months
June 2013 - 1.1 months
May 2013 - 1 month
April 2013 - 1 month
March 2013 - 1.3 months
February 2013 - 1.5 months
January 2013 - 1.4 months
December 2012 - 1.4 months
November 2012 - 1.9 months
October 2012 - 1.7 months
September 2012 - 2.5 months
August 2012 - 2.6 months
July 2012 - 2.7 months

July Market Supply

7/13/2015

To help you better understand our current market conditions, I have decided to post what the current market supply of homes is in the Antelope Valley. I will post this information once a month.

Basically, the market supply tells us the number of months it would take for ALL of the homes that are on the market right now to sell.

A 4-5 month supply of homes is considered a balanced market.

More than 6 months worth, we experience a buyer's market. In a buyer's market, there are too many homes on the market for the number of buyers out there. Homes take longer to sell and prices fall.

Less than 3 month's worth, we experience a seller's market. In a seller's market, there are too few homes on the market for the number of buyers out there. Homes sell very quickly (usually with multiple offers on each home) and prices tend to rise.

As of today, our current market supply is 2.2 months.

Past market supply data:

June – 2.3 months
May – 2.5 months
April – 2.8 months
March – 3.3 months
February – 3.8 months
January - 3.7 months
December - 4.4 months
November - 4.1 months
October 2014 - 4.1 months
September 2014 - 3.2 months
August 2014 - 3.5 months
July 2014 - 3.1 months
June 2014 - 3.2 months
May 2014 - 2.9 months
April 2014 - 2.8 months
March 2014 - 3.8 months
February 2014 - 3.5 months
January 2014 - 3.1 months
December 2013 - 2.8 months
November 2013 - 2.6 months
October 2013 - 2.3 months
September 2013 - 1.9 months
August 2013 - 1.6 months
July 2013 - 1.5 months
June 2013 - 1.1 months
May 2013 - 1 month
April 2013 - 1 month
March 2013 - 1.3 months
February 2013 - 1.5 months
January 2013 - 1.4 months
December 2012 - 1.4 months
November 2012 - 1.9 months
October 2012 - 1.7 months
September 2012 - 2.5 months
August 2012 - 2.6 months
July 2012 - 2.7 months

June Market Supply!

6/13/2015

To help you better understand our current market conditions, I have decided to post what the current market supply of homes is in the Antelope Valley. I will post this information once a month.

Basically, the market supply tells us the number of months it would take for ALL of the homes that are on the market right now to sell.

A 4-5 month supply of homes is considered a balanced market.

More than 6 months worth, we experience a buyer's market. In a buyer's market, there are too many homes on the market for the number of buyers out there. Homes take longer to sell and prices fall.

Less than 3 month's worth, we experience a seller's market. In a seller's market, there are too few homes on the market for the number of buyers out there. Homes sell very quickly (usually with multiple offers on each home) and prices tend to rise.

As of today, our current market supply is 2.3 months.

Past market supply data:

May – 2.5
April – 2.8
March – 3.3
February – 3.8
January - 3.7 months
December - 4.4 months
November - 4.1 months
October 2014 - 4.1 months
September 2014 - 3.2 months
August 2014 - 3.5 months
July 2014 - 3.1 months
June 2014 - 3.2 months
May 2014 - 2.9 months
April 2014 - 2.8 months
March 2014 - 3.8 months
February 2014 - 3.5 months
January 2014 - 3.1 months
December 2013 - 2.8 months
November 2013 - 2.6 months
October 2013 - 2.3 months
September 2013 - 1.9 months
August 2013 - 1.6 months
July 2013 - 1.5 months
June 2013 - 1.1 months
May 2013 - 1 month
April 2013 - 1 month
March 2013 - 1.3 months
February 2013 - 1.5 months
January 2013 - 1.4 months
December 2012 - 1.4 months
November 2012 - 1.9 months
October 2012 - 1.7 months
September 2012 - 2.5 months
August 2012 - 2.6 months
July 2012 - 2.7 months

May Market Supply

5/13/2015

To help you better understand our current market conditions, I have decided to post what the current market supply of homes is in the Antelope Valley. I will post this information once a month.

Basically, the market supply tells us the number of months it would take for ALL of the homes that are on the market right now to sell.

A 4-5 month supply of homes is considered a balanced market.

More than 6 months worth, we experience a buyer's market. In a buyer's market, there are too many homes on the market for the number of buyers out there. Homes take longer to sell and prices fall.

Less than 3 month's worth, we experience a seller's market. In a seller's market, there are too few homes on the market for the number of buyers out there. Homes sell very quickly (usually with multiple offers on each home) and prices tend to rise.

As of today, our current market supply is 2.5 months.

Past market supply data:

April – 2.8
March – 3.3
February – 3.8
January - 3.7 months
December - 4.4 months
November - 4.1 months
October 2014 - 4.1 months
September 2014 - 3.2 months
August 2014 - 3.5 months
July 2014 - 3.1 months
June 2014 - 3.2 months
May 2014 - 2.9 months
April 2014 - 2.8 months
March 2014 - 3.8 months
February 2014 - 3.5 months
January 2014 - 3.1 months
December 2013 - 2.8 months
November 2013 - 2.6 months
October 2013 - 2.3 months
September 2013 - 1.9 months
August 2013 - 1.6 months
July 2013 - 1.5 months
June 2013 - 1.1 months
May 2013 - 1 month
April 2013 - 1 month
March 2013 - 1.3 months
February 2013 - 1.5 months
January 2013 - 1.4 months
December 2012 - 1.4 months
November 2012 - 1.9 months
October 2012 - 1.7 months
September 2012 - 2.5 months
August 2012 - 2.6 months
July 2012 - 2.7 months

April Market Supply

4/14/2015

To help you better understand our current market conditions, I have decided to post what the current market supply of homes is in the Antelope Valley. I will post this information once a month.

Basically, the market supply tells us the number of months it would take for ALL of the homes that are on the market right now to sell.

A 4-5 month supply of homes is considered a balanced market.

More than 6 months worth, we experience a buyer's market. In a buyer's market, there are too many homes on the market for the number of buyers out there. Homes take longer to sell and prices fall.

Less than 3 month's worth, we experience a seller's market. In a seller's market, there are too few homes on the market for the number of buyers out there. Homes sell very quickly (usually with multiple offers on each home) and prices tend to rise.

As of today, our current market supply is 2.8 months.

Past market supply data:

March – 3.3
February – 3.8
January - 3.7 months
December - 4.4 months
November - 4.1 months
October 2014 - 4.1 months
September 2014 - 3.2 months
August 2014 - 3.5 months
July 2014 - 3.1 months
June 2014 - 3.2 months
May 2014 - 2.9 months
April 2014 - 2.8 months
March 2014 - 3.8 months
February 2014 - 3.5 months
January 2014 - 3.1 months
December 2013 - 2.8 months
November 2013 - 2.6 months
October 2013 - 2.3 months
September 2013 - 1.9 months
August 2013 - 1.6 months
July 2013 - 1.5 months
June 2013 - 1.1 months
May 2013 - 1 month
April 2013 - 1 month
March 2013 - 1.3 months
February 2013 - 1.5 months
January 2013 - 1.4 months
December 2012 - 1.4 months
November 2012 - 1.9 months
October 2012 - 1.7 months
September 2012 - 2.5 months
August 2012 - 2.6 months
July 2012 - 2.7 months

March Market Supply

3/13/2015

To help you better understand our current market conditions, I have decided to post what the current market supply of homes is in the Antelope Valley. I will post this information once a month.

Basically, the market supply tells us the number of months it would take for ALL of the homes that are on the market right now to sell.

A 4-5 month supply of homes is considered a balanced market.

More than 6 months worth, we experience a buyer's market. In a buyer's market, there are too many homes on the market for the number of buyers out there. Homes take longer to sell and prices fall.

Less than 3 month's worth, we experience a seller's market. In a seller's market, there are too few homes on the market for the number of buyers out there. Homes sell very quickly (usually with multiple offers on each home) and prices tend to rise.

As of today, our current market supply is 3.3 months.

Past market supply data:

February – 3.8
January - 3.7 months
December - 4.4 months
November - 4.1 months
October 2014 - 4.1 months
September 2014 - 3.2 months
August 2014 - 3.5 months
July 2014 - 3.1 months
June 2014 - 3.2 months
May 2014 - 2.9 months
April 2014 - 2.8 months
March 2014 - 3.8 months
February 2014 - 3.5 months
January 2014 - 3.1 months
December 2013 - 2.8 months
November 2013 - 2.6 months
October 2013 - 2.3 months
September 2013 - 1.9 months
August 2013 - 1.6 months
July 2013 - 1.5 months
June 2013 - 1.1 months
May 2013 - 1 month
April 2013 - 1 month
March 2013 - 1.3 months
February 2013 - 1.5 months
January 2013 - 1.4 months
December 2012 - 1.4 months
November 2012 - 1.9 months
October 2012 - 1.7 months
September 2012 - 2.5 months
August 2012 - 2.6 months
July 2012 - 2.7 months

February Market Supply

2/13/2015

To help you better understand our current market conditions, I have decided to post what the current market supply of homes is in the Antelope Valley. I will post this information once a month.

Basically, the market supply tells us the number of months it would take for ALL of the homes that are on the market right now to sell.

A 4-5 month supply of homes is considered a balanced market.

More than 6 months worth, we experience a buyer's market. In a buyer's market, there are too many homes on the market for the number of buyers out there. Homes take longer to sell and prices fall.

Less than 3 month's worth, we experience a seller's market. In a seller's market, there are too few homes on the market for the number of buyers out there. Homes sell very quickly (usually with multiple offers on each home) and prices tend to rise.

As of today, our current market supply is 3.8 months.

Past market supply data:

January - 3.7 months
December - 4.4 months
November - 4.1 months
October 2014 - 4.1 months
September 2014 - 3.2 months
August 2014 - 3.5 months
July 2014 - 3.1 months
June 2014 - 3.2 months
May 2014 - 2.9 months
April 2014 - 2.8 months
March 2014 - 3.8 months
February 2014 - 3.5 months
January 2014 - 3.1 months
December 2013 - 2.8 months
November 2013 - 2.6 months
October 2013 - 2.3 months
September 2013 - 1.9 months
August 2013 - 1.6 months
July 2013 - 1.5 months
June 2013 - 1.1 months
May 2013 - 1 month
April 2013 - 1 month
March 2013 - 1.3 months
February 2013 - 1.5 months
January 2013 - 1.4 months
December 2012 - 1.4 months
November 2012 - 1.9 months
October 2012 - 1.7 months
September 2012 - 2.5 months
August 2012 - 2.6 months
July 2012 - 2.7 months

January Market Supply!

1/13/2015

MARKET SUPPLY UPDATES!

January Market Supply

To help you better understand our current market conditions, I have decided to post what the current market supply of homes is in the Antelope Valley. I will post this information once a month.

Basically, the market supply tells us the number of months it would take for ALL of the homes that are on the market right now to sell.

A 4-5 month supply of homes is considered a balanced market.

More than 6 months worth, we experience a buyer's market. In a buyer's market, there are too many homes on the market for the number of buyers out there. Homes take longer to sell and prices fall.

Less than 3 month's worth, we experience a seller's market. In a seller's market, there are too few homes on the market for the number of buyers out there. Homes sell very quickly (usually with multiple offers on each home) and prices tend to rise.

As of today, our current market supply is 3.7 months.

Past market supply data:

December - 4.4 months
November - 4.1 months
October 2014 - 4.1 months
September 2014 - 3.2 months
August 2014 - 3.5 months
July 2014 - 3.1 months
June 2014 - 3.2 months
May 2014 - 2.9 months
April 2014 - 2.8 months
March 2014 - 3.8 months
February 2014 - 3.5 months
January 2014 - 3.1 months
December 2013 - 2.8 months
November 2013 - 2.6 months
October 2013 - 2.3 months
September 2013 - 1.9 months
August 2013 - 1.6 months
July 2013 - 1.5 months
June 2013 - 1.1 months
May 2013 - 1 month
April 2013 - 1 month
March 2013 - 1.3 months
February 2013 - 1.5 months
January 2013 - 1.4 months
December 2012 - 1.4 months
November 2012 - 1.9 months
October 2012 - 1.7 months
September 2012 - 2.5 months
August 2012 - 2.6 months
July 2012 - 2.7 months

December Market Supply!

12/13/2014

To help you better understand our current market conditions, I have decided to post what the current market supply of homes is in the Antelope Valley. I will post this information once a month.

Basically, the market supply tells us the number of months it would take for ALL of the homes that are on the market right now to sell.

A 4-5 month supply of homes is considered a balanced market.

More than 6 months worth, we experience a buyer's market. In a buyer's market, there are too many homes on the market for the number of buyers out there. Homes take longer to sell and prices fall.

Less than 3 month's worth, we experience a seller's market. In a seller's market, there are too few homes on the market for the number of buyers out there. Homes sell very quickly (usually with multiple offers on each home) and prices tend to rise.

As of today, our current market supply is 4.4 months.

Past market supply data:

November - 4.1 months
October 2014 - 4.1 months
September 2014 - 3.2 months
August 2014 - 3.5 months
July 2014 - 3.1 months
June 2014 - 3.2 months
May 2014 - 2.9 months
April 2014 - 2.8 months
March 2014 - 3.8 months
February 2014 - 3.5 months
January 2014 - 3.1 months
December 2013 - 2.8 months
November 2013 - 2.6 months
October 2013 - 2.3 months
September 2013 - 1.9 months
August 2013 - 1.6 months
July 2013 - 1.5 months
June 2013 - 1.1 months
May 2013 - 1 month
April 2013 - 1 month
March 2013 - 1.3 months
February 2013 - 1.5 months
January 2013 - 1.4 months
December 2012 - 1.4 months
November 2012 - 1.9 months
October 2012 - 1.7 months
September 2012 - 2.5 months
August 2012 - 2.6 months
July 2012 - 2.7 months

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