Here are some of the hottest real estate markets, ranked by the average number of days that listings remained on the market. Buyers in these locations need to move quickly when submitting an offer.
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Based on homes sold or listed since May 2021.
The Housing Market Report is a monthly overview of local real estate markets. It covers changes in home value, housing inventory and sales data, all segmented by location and the number of bedrooms in a home.
The report is aggregated directly from local MLS data. Information is compiled and released monthly and can be filtered by city, ZIP code and neighborhood.
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In a buyer’s market, there are more homes for sale than buyers actively looking. Homes tend to stay on the market longer, and you have a better chance at negotiating a price.
In a seller’s market, there are more buyers looking for a home than homes available for sale. Homes tend to sell more quickly than average, and more often than not, you’ll need to act fast if you want to get an offer accepted.