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Historically low mortgage rates and droves of people working from home due to the pandemic made the housing market red-hot this year. Demand was high and supply was low, leading to a hyper-competitive market where more than half (54%) of homes sold above list price, according to a report by RedFin.
“The speed of home sales and price appreciation was staggering, almost regardless of location, because the strong housing market fundamentals leading into the pandemic were supercharged by low mortgage rates and big savings rates,” says Skylar Olsen, principal economist at digital homebuying platform Tomo. But will the market stay hot through 2022?
Competition seems to have slowed down a bit—RedFin reported that competition on offers written by their agents hit a record low for the year in August, going from about 74% in April 2021 (a record high), to 58%. “Expect much less competition pressure, but don’t expect prices to come down anytime soon,” says Olsen.
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- Are you interested to learn more about the Greater Princeton, New Jersey Market Conditions? Feel free to contact Rosy at 609-915-9665.
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