The Alabama Center for Real Estate has released its report on the Birmingham real estate market, with statistics updated through the month of September 2019. We cover the highlights here!
The total number of houses sold this September increased by 10.9% compared to September of last year. Sales prices have been on the rise as well! The median (middle) sales price increased by 3.8% from last year to $218,000. The average sales price for September was $254,089, which is a 3.3% increase from last year.
Days on Market (the number of days until a property goes under contract) declined over 18% versus last year, down to 40 days (or a little over a month). This particular statistic has been steadily declining for quite some time now. It indicates that if your property is in good shape, priced well, and in a good location, it should sell relatively quickly.
Total inventory (the number of houses available for sale declined by almost 5% versus last year. In general, this statistic has also consistently declined for some time. (It is down 21% below the 5-year average). At the current pace of sales, there is a 3.6 month supply of houses on the market, a decline of almost 14.2% versus a 4 month supply at this point last year.
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