Weber County had a nice month in June 2011 with a total of 241 homes sold, up from May's 214 mark; an increase of 11.3%. This is to be expected as we hit the summer selling season. However, we are still slightly down year over year as there were a total of 250 homes sold in June 2010, a decline in home sales by 3.6% year over year. This is to be expected as the economy continues to struggle.
Average days on market for Weber County home sales was 146 days, which is down by 5.9% compared to May's 155 day average. Compared to most Northern, Utah real estate markets, this is a great sign as most are increasing in this department. However, in 2010, homes took on average 133 days to sell, which is an 8.1% increase year over year.
Home sales continued to trend upwards in the Logan Utah real estate market in June 2011. With a total of 41 homes sold, that's a month over month increase of 17.1% compared to May 2011. However, in 2010 there were a total of 47 homes sold in June in Logan, which is a year over year decline of 12.8%. Homes sales are up for this year, but we're still down from the top of the market in 2007 where there were a total of 73 homes sold.
Average days on market for sold homes in June 2011 was at 158 days, an increase of 2.6% compared to May. This is a major increase compared to June 2010 where it only took 73 days on average for homes to sell, a total increase of 53% year over year!
The average price for homes sold in Logan Utah in June 2011 was $155,732
The total amount of homes sold in Cache County for June 2011 was 110 homes which is an increase of 11.9% from May 2011 where there were only 86 total homes sold. In June 2010, there were a total of 119 homes sold, so we are down year over year by 7.5%. This is a little saddening, but keep in mind that we are up from the bottom in 2009 where there were only 99 homes sold in June. That's an increase in home sales from the bottom by 10%.
Average days on market for homes sold in June 2011 in Cache County was 169 days which is up from May by a total of 3.6%. This is a sign that home sales are still stagnant. Last year the average days on market for June 2010 was 119 days, which is a year over year increase of 29.6%. This is not a great statistic for a
Home sales for Weber County in May were the same as April at 214 homes sold. This is a great number as the market remained steady month over month. In 2010, there were a total of 288 homes sold in May which was due to the home buyer tax credit expiring, but it's still 25% more homes sold than this years total. We can't really judge May's home sales this year with last years because of the credit however.
The average days on market for homes sold in May declined slightly to 155 days compared to April's 160, which is a decrease of 3.2%. Days on market for May 2010 was at 135 days, which is a year over year increase of about 13%. Days on market is expected to remain high as there just aren't enough buyers in the Weber County market to keep up with the
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Home sales improved nicley in May compared to April, in the Logan Utah real estate market. Sales were up by 17.3% compared to last month, which is to be expected as May is usally always a good month for home sales. Compared to last year however, we are down quite a bit. In May 2010 there were a total of 60 home sold, which is a year over year decline of 44%. Keep in mind though that last year's home buyer tax credit expired in May, and that made a lot of people push up their time frame for buying, and many homes in May that were sold were a result of the credit. You can view last months full report here: Logan Utah real estate statistics April 2011.
Average days on market for homes sold in May 2011 was at 154 compared to just 83 in April, that's
Home sales in Cache County are up nicely for May 2011 compared to April, but they are down quite a bit from May of last year. Last year there were a total of 117 homes sold in May which means sales dropped by 26.5% year over year. May was a great month last year though for one reason, the first time home buyer tax credit ended and many buyers made sure to get their homes before it ended. This had a large affect on home sales last year that we didn't see this year. So, if we compare home sales with May of 2009, there were only 73, which means this May was up about 15.2% from two years ago. (You can see last months report here: April 2011 Cache County home sales.)
Average sold price for Cache County homes rebounded nicely in May compared to April with