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It may be but I'm picking up quite a bit over the last few days
Panama City, FL
It's starting to drag a little here in Miami.
It is a local thing. Spoke with an agent in North Ft. Myers today and thir market has slowed. Agents in Naples are still busy. Chicago near downtown has slowed, but Noah Seidenberg in Evanston still has his track shoes laced tight.
No I have two closings this week and one next week. I have active buyers looking and just got a contract that we are working on for one of my listings.
I haven't seen any.
Some are and some are not. I work in several markets and they're all very different.
It slowed in August, but it sprint up in September. It has been a roller coaster of a ride this last year.
I just listed a home 7 days ago and only had 10 showing, 2 months ago would be 20 and 4 contracts
No ma'am still going strong
On the neighborhood.
On the price range.
We are seeing some increase in inventory.
We are seeing some increase in number of days on the market in some segments of the market.
We are seeing price reductions for some homes and often these changes are coming quite quickly.
We are also seeing multiple offers and sale prices in excess of list prices.
Our market is comprised of many different segments.
Yes in my Midwest area it has slowed - markt times up, months of inventory up to 5 months.
The market is steady right now.
Waiting for the MLS reports!
Not at all in both San Diego and Sarasota, FL
Nope, getting into a new spurt season for us
Lynnea Miller - not that I see it. Slight seasonal impacts - still multiple offers!
I hope not.
Today I'm racing to get 4 more new listings into the system while working 2 offers on other properties. I am booked solid with showings for the weekend too. Crazy busy!
Actually I am surprised to see in Silicon Valley some homes for sale are vacant. Instead of wanting to bid way up, offer free rent to sellers, one can get a slight discount. Most buyers are hesitant esp on high end....
Was in Saratoga(exclusive neighborhood), these nice condos 2/2 1,300 sf all have been on the market like 2 mo. While the seller will not lower price except one all sales are lower by 2-3% ish. Those across the street from Apple some SFH 50 some year old come with 2/1 bath 1000 sf on 6,000 sf lot. Seller thinks he can get 1.3M for ... People skip those homes. The best nighborhood like Palo Alto seem to be a ghost town all year. Don't know think $1600-2000/sf is excesssive? I think the affordability is the key people drive more to more affordable get a $900K-1M newer home....
October 2016 has been busier than October 2015 in western PA.
Yes, but only because of low inventory
At the higher end, yes. Inventory is up in some communities but dropped again in September in others.
Depends on the area and price point actually. As we are heading into lovely weather here the snowbirds are flying in and the market is bond to fly high over the winter months.
September and October tend to slow down in Oklahoma City.
Still a hot market in North Texas.
The experts feel that some areas of the country are overheated. No slow down here.
Typically Denver starts slowing mid-July, but this year we saw a slowdown end of June.