Archive for August 26th, 2013

Canyon County Real Estate Market Statistics- June 2013

Below are the statistics for the Canyon County Real Estate Market for June 2013. These numbers are from the Intermountain MLS for single family/single family with acreage homes for available, pending and sold properties. The Canyon County area consists of Caldwell, Nampa, Middleton, and the surrounding area.
Canyon County June Market Statistics

Available Homes

# Available: 1186

# Vacant: 612 (52%)

# Short Sale: 145 (12%)

# Bank Owned: 43 (4%)

Median Asking Price: $155,254


 Pending Sales

# Pending: 583

Median Asking Price: $129,500


Closed Sales—June 2012

# Closed: 261

# Short Sale: 57 (22%)

# Bank Owned: 36 (14%)

Median Sales Price: $103,000

Median Days on Market: 23


Closed Sales—June 2013

# Closed: 311

# Short Sale: 35 (11%)

# Bank Owned: 41 (13%)

Median Sales Price: $131,200

Median Days on Market: 14


Summer Market

The Canyon County summer market is behaving as expected. Sales are slowing down a bit,  allowing for inventory to increase. June closed out the spring market with very strong numbers and July is not looking too shabby!

The Available inventory finally starting to inch back up. The Median Asking Price stayed the say from May. As inventory increases we will see the median asking price start to level off or decrease.

The Pending Sales saw a decrease of 12 and the Median Asking price only rose by $4K. As the summer market continues we should see these number continue to shrink a bit.

The number of Closed Sales saw a slight decrease from May. The percent of distressed homes also stayed the same at about 24 percent of the market. The big news is the Median Sales Price! It was up by $7500K from last month and over $9K since April! That is a huge! Year over year it is up by over $28K! Are you thinking of selling? Come on in, the water is definitely warm!

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