If you imagined 2020 was the year you would finally list your house for sale, you may have hit the brakes on those plans when the coronavirus pandemic arrived.But now, we’re more than six months
Brisk January Home Sales Leave Behind Slim Inventory And Higher Prices RMLS Says
Dated: March 19 2014
Nearly 1,400 Portland-area homes sold in January, according to numbers from theRegional Multiple Listing Service, an increase of 3.9 percent from a year earlier.
Sales were down 21.7 percent from December, reflecting a typical winter slowdown. But accepted offers -- deals that will close in coming months -- were up 36.6 percent from December, and 6.3 percent from a year earlier.
The brisk sales left an unusually thin supply of homes on the market, setting the stage for another competitive spring for homebuyers. Read More Here...
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