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    March 19, 2019 | Tags: Market DataPress Release Extreme February Weather Leaves Dent on Residential Market Stats Winter sports enthusiasts likely enjoyed the snowiest February on record more than those attempting to buy and sell homes. Even so, the latest numbers for Twin Cities residential real estate show some strength amidst ongoing signs of change. Sellers showed a sizeable, weather-related decline in listing activity, while buyers entered into fewer contracts than last… Read More
    March 18, 2019 | Tags: Market DataWeekly Market Activity Report Weekly Market Activity Report: For Week Ending March 9, 2019 For Week Ending March 9, 2019 New listings and overall housing inventory are still proceeding slower than last year in many markets across the U.S., and they are mostly trailing activity for last year, which was already rather low. Sales have also been slower than last year at this time in areas with lingering winter… Read More
    March 11, 2019 | Tags: Market DataWeekly Market Activity Report Weekly Market Activity Report For Week Ending March 2, 2019 For Week Ending March 2, 2019 Sales totals have been mixed across the nation and dependent on what has been a considerably persistent wintry mix in the Great Plains, Midwest and Northeast. While this time of year brings unpleasant weather to all parts of the country, it has less impact on southern and western states.… Read More
    March 4, 2019 | Tags: Market DataWeekly Market Activity Report Weekly Market Activity Report: Week Ending February 23, 2019 For Week Ending February 23, 2019 Two years ago, Millennials (born between 1981 and 1996) passed older generational groups to account for the most new mortgages. Today, Millennials also account for the most total dollar amount of those mortgages. Given the state of ongoing median sales price increases in the majority of the country, this… Read More
    February 19, 2019 | Tags: Market DataMarket Research A mostly strong start to the year The latest numbers show that 2019 was off to a good start for TwinCities residential real estate. Sellers produced another increase in listing activity, while buyers entered into more contracts than last January even while closed sales fell. Market times continued to shrink as the median sold home price rose compared to last year. After… Read More