Most Current Real estate Stats For Portland-Metro!


Residential Highlights:
The Portland metro area saw mostly gains this April, with new listings leading the way. There were 4,210 new listings, a 5.5% increase over April 2018 (3,990) and a 20.1% increase over the 3,504 offered last month in March 2019. This was the strongest April for new listings in the area since 2010, when 4,713 were offered.

Pending sales, at 3,102 in April, increased 3.1% over April 2018 (3,008) and 13.3% over March 2019 (2,738).

There were 2,409 closings in the region in April, a 10.4% increase over March 2019 (2,183) but a decrease of 4.5% from the 2,523 closings recorded last year in April 2018

Total market time decreased in April to 53 days, with inventory holding steady at 2.2 months. There were 5,400 active residential listings
in the Portland metro area in April

Average and Median Sale Prices
Comparing 2019 to 2018 through April, the average sale price has increased 0.3% from $444,600 to $445,900. In the same comparison, the median sale price has increased 1.2% from $395,000 to $399,600.

For more information how these stats effect you and the value of your home please call, email, or text. I LOVE Real Estate.


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