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Boise Real Estate Market Statistics – December 2014

Ada County December Market Statistics

Available Homes

# Available: 1931

# Vacant: 1317 (68%)

# Short Sale: 83 (4%)

# Bank Owned: 42 (2%)

Median Asking Price: $250,000


Pending Sales

# Pending: 692

Median Asking Price: $248,832


Closed Sales—December 2013

# Closed: 594

# Short Sale: 30 (5%)

# Bank Owned: 38 (6%)

Median Sales Price: $198,076

Median Days on Market: 35


Closed Sales—December 2014

# Closed: 610

# Short Sale: 14 (2%)

# Bank Owned: 39 (6%)

Median Sales Price: $215,850

Median Days on Market: 40


Looking Ahead to 2015!

December 2014 closed out the year very strong! Available inventory pulled back to under 2000 homes and the asking price remained flat. That may not seem like a big deal but the fact that we are in the winter months and there has been no pull back in pricing, indicates what should be a strong spring market.

2014 Closed Sales ended on a strong note as well! The number of closed sales was up month over month and year over year. The Sold Price remained flat. Once again, might not seem like an indicator but the fact is that the prices are not coming down. They are in a kind of “holding” pattern.

The next few months (January to May) should see a very strong sellers market. This is due to low inventory and buyer demand. Prices will start to trend up come the end of February and I am expecting to see Days On Market start to trend down.

What does this mean for buyers and sellers? Sellers need to get ahead of the market and have their homes ready to list by March. Inventory will peak around May and so will your competition! Buyers need to be decisive when making an offer. If you want it to be accepted quickly, make your first offer your best!

If you are thinking about buying or selling (or both) and would like more information regarding our current market please contact me or go to my website:

Brokerage: Silvercreek Realty Group, 1099 S Wells St Ste #200, Meridian ID 83642


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