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For the last few months we now ’ve been charting new territory from inventory growth.

This ’s your revenue yearly comparison graph that is closed:
This ’s the chart of new listings:

July 2007: $481,000 (preceding cycle high)

Here’s your King County SFH summary, together with the arrows to reveal whether the year-over-year management of each indicator is positive or adverse news for buyers and sellers (green = favorable, red = negative ):

The NWMLS hasn’t printed their press release let’s get right to the data.
The article NWMLS: Inventory up large from 2017, revenue slip appeared first on Seattle Bubble.

NWMLS monthly reports include a undisclosed and varying number of
earnings from previous months in their pending and closed sales statistics.

And finally, here is the graph comparing King County SFH costs each month for every year back to 1994 (not adjusted for inflation).

Inventory fell seven percent in September also was up 86 percent from last year. Before this past year, the highest year-over-year inventory gain was 61.3 percent far back in February 2008. The amount of homes on the market was at its highest October level since 2011.
Pending sales were up 2 percent from September to Octoberand so were down 17 percent year-over-year.

Home cost changes edged down in September to October.
The NWMLS printed october market stats today. Home prices were flat from September, and stock dropped a bit but was up drastically from 2017. Earnings continued to slide from last year. October ’ s 86 percent blew that, although september ’ s record growth was an all-time album in 68 per cent.


The Seattle Times hasn’t posted their story nonetheless. I update this post when they perform.

12 percent between October and September rose. Last year over the identical period closed earnings dropped three percent.

Here’therefore the YOY graph. “Demand” in this chart is represented by closed sales, which have had a consistent definition during the years (unlike impending sales from NWMLS).
This ’s inventory with each year overlaid on precisely the exact same chart’s chart.

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October 2018 Number MOM YOY Buyers Sellers
Active Listings 4,873 -6.5% +86.1%
Closed Sales 2,052 +11.9% -15.9percent

New listings grew up five percent from a year before, but started the usual decrease month-over-month.

Here’s the median home cost YOY change chart: