We haven’t looked at stats tables for Ashburn in a while, so let’s see what happened with the market there last week while we had a whole bunch of snow on the ground:
[altos_stat_table st=”VA” cid=”1977137″ zid=”2874825″ rt=”sf” format=”wide” endDate = “2010-02-12″/]
[altos_stat_table st=”VA” cid=”1977137″ zid=”2874825″ rt=”mf” format=”wide” endDate = “2010-02-12″/]
Interesting..look at the “homes absorbed” versus “homes listed” numbers for both single family homes and condo/townhomes….when they match like that, it means that homes are selling as quickly as they hit the market. The average days on market still feels high to me when we are seeing that kind of market activity, I attribute it to the short sales that skew the data. If there was a way to separate out “traditional” sales (not a foreclosure or short sale) I bet we would find very short days on market, bordering on seller’s market, because of the low amount of inventory available.
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