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Sales and Inventory Report

Sales and Inventory Report
Category – Residential
Statistics for Entire MLS from 1/1/2010 – 12/31/2010
Counties:Calhoun, Cherokee, Cleburne, St.Clair, Talladega,
Month Year Monthly
Sales
Monthly
Volume
Avg List $ Avg Sale $ Median Sold $ Avg DOM Avg CDOM % Sold/List Current
Inventory
Months
Inventory
January 2010 116 $14,211,997 $129,859 $122,517 $124,250 124 154 94.34% 1633 14.07
February 2010 127 $14,911,740 $123,606 $117,415 $115,000 91 130 94.99% 1686 13.27
March 2010 206 $27,133,100 $138,174 $131,714 $125,540 106 125 95.32% 1738 8.43
April 2010 201 $27,195,764 $141,202 $135,302 $128,000 108 135 95.82% 1816 9.03
May 2010 181 $24,171,493 $138,815 $133,544 $132,500 97 133 96.20% 1845 10.19
June 2010 195 $28,701,896 $155,169 $147,189 $140,500 131 155 94.85% 2000 10.25
July 2010 140 $18,061,202 $139,647 $129,008 $113,750 100 126 92.38% 2088 14.91
August 2010 128 $17,694,856 $146,394 $138,241 $121,500 116 130 94.43% 2171 16.96
September 2010 165 $20,575,013 $133,679 $124,697 $117,400 109 133 93.28% 2231 13.52
October 2010 137 $16,279,638 $125,328 $118,829 $113,940 117 124 94.81% 2249 16.41
November 2010 127 $14,350,847 $120,076 $112,998 $105,900 105 133 94.10% 2234 17.59
December 2010 138 $17,813,099 $139,971 $129,080 $119,900 147 167 92.21% 2130 15.43
Annual: 1861 $241,100,645 $137,062 $129,554 $124,000 112 137 94.52% 1985 12.79
Annual: 2010 – 2010 1861 $241,100,645 $137,062 $129,554 $124,000 112 137 94.52% 1985 12.79

Note: The “Current Inventory” column(s) reflect the number of active(on market) listings on the 16th day of each month.
The “Months Inventory” column(s) value(s) equal “Current Inventory” divided by “Monthly Sales”.
This reflects how many months it would take to sell out of inventory at the current month’s rate of sale.

  • Total Months Inventory = Total Current Inventory / (Total Monthly Sales/12 Months)
Sales and Invetory History

–Information on this report is not guaranteed. There is no express or implied warranty by MLS of the accuracy of information which should be independently verified.–
Copyright: 2011 by the Birmingham Area MLS, Inc.

Prepared by Moorer, Anna-Marie of ERA King – Anniston on Saturday, February 26, 2011 2:30 PM.


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Sales and Inventory Report December

Sales and Inventory Report
Category – Residential
Statistics for Entire MLS from 12/1/2009 – 11/30/2010
Counties:Calhoun, Cherokee, Clay, Cleburne, St.Clair, Talladega,
Month Year Monthly
Sales
Monthly
Volume
Avg List $ Avg Sale $ Median Sold $ Avg DOM Avg CDOM % Sold/List Current
Inventory
Months
Inventory
December 2009 118 $15,736,614 $140,760 $133,361 $124,000 119 149 94.74% 1683 14.26
January 2010 117 $14,231,797 $128,919 $121,639 $124,000 124 153 94.35% 1637 13.99
February 2010 129 $14,960,240 $122,231 $115,970 $112,000 90 129 94.87% 1690 13.10
March 2010 207 $27,157,100 $137,651 $131,193 $125,250 106 125 95.30% 1742 8.41
April 2010 201 $27,195,764 $141,202 $135,302 $128,000 108 135 95.82% 1819 9.04
May 2010 182 $24,241,393 $138,437 $133,194 $132,500 97 132 96.21% 1849 10.15
June 2010 196 $28,714,896 $154,469 $146,504 $140,250 130 154 94.84% 2006 10.23
July 2010 140 $18,061,202 $139,647 $129,008 $113,750 100 126 92.38% 2093 14.95
August 2010 129 $17,819,856 $146,228 $138,138 $123,000 115 129 94.46% 2175 16.86
September 2010 166 $20,693,013 $133,642 $124,656 $117,700 109 133 93.27% 2235 13.46
October 2010 137 $16,279,638 $125,328 $118,829 $113,940 117 124 94.81% 2253 16.44
November 2010 127 $14,350,847 $120,076 $112,998 $105,900 105 133 94.10% 2238 17.62
Annual: 1849 $239,442,360 $136,737 $129,498 $124,300 110 135 94.70% 1952 12.66
Annual: 2009 – 2010 1849 $239,442,360 $136,737 $129,498 $124,300 110 135 94.70% 1952 12.66

Note: The “Current Inventory” column(s) reflect the number of active(on market) listings on the 16th day of each month.
The “Months Inventory” column(s) value(s) equal “Current Inventory” divided by “Monthly Sales”.
This reflects how many months it would take to sell out of inventory at the current month’s rate of sale.

  • Total Months Inventory = Total Current Inventory / (Total Monthly Sales/12 Months)
Sales and Invetory History

–Information on this report is not guaranteed. There is no express or implied warranty by MLS of the accuracy of information which should be independently verified.–
Copyright: 2011 by the Birmingham Area MLS, Inc.

Prepared by Moorer, Anna-Marie of ERA King – Anniston on Saturday, February 26, 2011 2:22 PM.


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Thoughts About the Upcoming Year….

I believe that the new congress will be more business friendly and finally start putting the housing downturn in our rear view window.  It would also appear that the President has heard the message sent in November and is willing to work with this new group.  From where I stand, what makes America great is our ability to change if something isn’t working.  Most societies do not have this flexibility and are resistant to change; therefore, can’t move forward.

Interest rates will continue to be volatile because we just don’t have answers about where this economy is headed. Just in the last month we’ve seen the rate on a 30-year mortgage rate go from 4 percent to 4.875 percent and that was after the Federal Reserve said they would buy $600 billion in Treasury securities with the stated goal of stabilizing rates!

Assuming that rates stay in some kind of moderate range —like between 4.25 percent and 5.25 percent— the affordability index will continue to be better than it has in decades. However, underwriting standards will continue to be tight. Lenders are paranoid about having to buy loans back and will be very picky about details, which will drive borrowers crazy.

There is talk about eliminating the tax deduction for mortgage interest. It may well happen, but when it does, it will not be an isolated change. It will be done as part of a more comprehensive overhaul of the tax code, so it should not deter buyers from buying a home.

On the local level, unemployment is at 9-9.5% as of November 2010. We had a total of 670 homes sold and currently 784 on the market. The average sales price is $ 109,132.00.