Canyon County Real Estate Market Statistics- April 2013

Below are the Canyon County Real Estate Market statistics for April 2013. These numbers reflect the single family/single family homes on acreage that are active, pending, or have sold in the Canyon County area during April 2013. Canyon County consists of Caldwell, Nampa, Middleton and the surrounding area. All data is from the Intermountain Multiple Listing Service.

Canyon County April 2013 Market Statistics

Available Homes
# Available: 933
# Vacant: 490 (53%)
# Short Sale: 167 (18%)
# Bank Owned: 39 (4%)
Median Asking Price: $151,990


Pending Sales
# Pending: 596
Median Asking Price: $125,000


Closed Sales – April 2012
# Closed: 279
# Short Sale: 78 (28%)
# Bank Owned: 89 (32%)
Median Sales Price: $87,300
Median Days on Market: 42

Closed Sales– April 2013
# Closed: 241
# Short Sale: 38 (16%)
# Bank Owned: 39 (16%)
Median Sales Price: $121,650
Median Days on Market: 2


Spring Market Staying Strong!

The frantic pace that we saw in April has finally settled down a bit! Normally this time of year we see an increase in homes coming on the market. However, the inventory has only risen by 21 homes! Due to the lack of inventory, the median asking price is up by another $6K.

With the continued strong spring market, Pending Sales continue to rise as well. April was up (596) from March’s 465. Year over year the Median Asking Price is up by $45,100!

We have seen a slight pull back in the number of homes sold this month. With the decrease of distressed homes on the market we saw an increase in the sold price. The number of distressed homes this month on the market is down to 32 percent. This time last year, 60 percent of the homes sold were distressed.

With the decrease in active distressed listings and the overall lack of listings, it is pretty safe to say that Canyon County has finally entered the “normal” market!

If you would like to know what the current market value is on your home please contact me either by e-mail: or through my website:



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