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May 2021

Found 2 blog entries for May 2021.

Nationwide, almost half of homes sold above list price. These and several other record-breaking measures made April a historic month for housing.

Note: Pandemic lockdowns significantly slowed home buying and selling in April 2020, which means the year-over-year trends for home prices, pending sales, closed sales and new listings are somewhat exaggerated. 

April was another history-making month for housing, with homes selling for higher prices and in fewer days since at least 2012. The following measures all hit new records:

  • The national median home-sale price hit a record high of $370,528, up 22% from 2020.
  • The number of homes for sale fell to a record low.
  • The typical home sold in just 19 days, a record low.
  • 49% of homes sold above
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As consumer confidence rebounds and the job market picks back up, the 2021 spring home buying season is on track to outpace trends seen in 2019 and 2018.

A new report by CoreLogic, a property data and analytics provider, finds that Millennials lead the home buying charge with older Millennials seeking move-up purchases and younger Millennials entering peak home buying years.

“Despite the severe slowdown last year, the 2021 spring home buying season is trending strong — reflecting the many positive signs of economic recovery,” said Frank Martell, president and CEO of CoreLogic. “With prospective buyers continuing to be motivated by historically low mortgage rates, we anticipate sustained demand in the summer and early fall.”

Nationally, CoreLogic

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