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Good. Yes. Yes. Steady.
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All stable and balanced.
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We continue to see lack of inventory in the $75,000 to $150,000 price range in Lafayette and very limited inventory in the $100,000 to $250,000 price range in West Lafayette. There is an oversupply of homes in the county priced over $350,000.
My market is doing very well.
Crazy, Sellers, yes, increasing
Buyers.... and prices do soften up in some areas. Need sellers.
Too many buyers and not enough sellers. It is crazy.
Hot market, low inventory.
Second Fred's response.
we have a shortage of listings in our marketplace.... prices are stable... if a home lingers on the market, it's overpriced, even in a seller's market....
In general it is leaning in the seller's favor but some neighborhoods still have lots of inventory therefore the buyers can negotiate. The economy is stable and gently rising.
Market is strong, though not as active as the past couple of years.
We have a very strong economy and market in NH. 2.7 unemployment, no income or sales tax and lots of really good paying jobs has people moving here from all over. We have a shortage of homes for sale and a steady and strong flow of buyers
Buyers' market; economy not so strong; trying to gain strength.
We have a low inventory.
It depends. There are nuances in each area of my market. Are you interested in buying or selling?
Our economy is stable with a forecast of a strong upswing this year.
booming in Phoenix
My market is good. Why are you asking and who are you?
Some segment of my market is turning into or getting very close to buyer's market. Most others are seller's for sure - still.
Overall it's a seller's market but it varies by community and price point - definitely very local. Economically we are doing well with unemployment dropping but salaries are not keeping pace with housing price increases.
Low inventory with lots of buyers in-waiting!
Pretty competitive market from what I've seen
Currently there is low inventory, sellers market for the most part, though days on market are increasing. Prices are increasing. Economy is stable. For the time being that is the answer. -Kasey
RE market is currently tight with lower than normal listings. Prices continue to increase.
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