Calm before the Storm

Reno Market Data Analysis November 2023

Hey there! The numbers are in, and the November Market Data Analysis for the Reno-Sparks housing market has some interesting tales to tell. 

I won’t keep you waiting; let’s dive right into the data. No drama, just facts, and a sprinkle of insights. Stick around, and I’ll share what this means for both buyers and sellers. 

Plus, I’ve got some predictions at the end.

Median Sales Price

a gentle dip

The median sales price settled at $585,000, a slight 2.5% dip from October. Not much of a rollercoaster there. As expected, the market tends to flatten during November, with the Thanksgiving holiday putting a pause on activities.

Closed Sales

Taking a Holiday Dive

Closed sales took a plunge, down by 15.4% to 215. Holiday months often see a slowdown, and November was no exception. Couple that with initial high-interest rates, and you have a recipe for a quieter market.

Days to Contract

A Slight Slowdown

Median days to contract increased to 31 days, a 14.8% jump from October. Understandably, with holidays and school breaks, the pace slowed. But, hey, a month to sell a home isn’t bad at all!

List Price Received

Holding Steady

The percent of list price received held strong at 98%, with only a 0.5% decrease. Prices may be steady, but things are taking a tad longer.

Price Per Square Foot

A Gentle Nudge Down

Median price per square foot dropped by 2.6% to $315. Remember, these are median values; neighborhoods vary. Midtown or South Reno might show higher figures, while up-and-coming areas could be more affordable.

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New Listings

A Jarring Drop

New listings took a substantial hit, down by nearly 24% to 181. Sellers might be waiting for interest rates to play nice before listing their properties. Inventory challenges persist, as always.

Active Inventory

Taking A Dive

Active inventory fell by 16.2% to 482 listings. Limited inventory has been a long-standing issue, and it doesn’t seem to be easing up. But, fear not, predictions are on the horizon.

Month Supply of Inventory

A Gradual Decline

Month supply of inventory landed at 2.3 months, a 0.5% decrease. Not a massive shift, but a noteworthy one. Now, let’s talk strategy.

Advice for Buyers and Sellers

For Buyers: This might be the calm before the storm. Interest rates are easing down, making homeownership more accessible. Don’t wait too long; the competition might surge soon.

For Sellers: Yes, November’s numbers might not be thrilling, but change is on the horizon. Plan your next steps wisely, as the market is expected to heat up, especially after the New Year.

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Brace For Impact After The New Year

As interest rates continue their descent, the market is poised for a rebound. Brace yourselves; the calm won’t last long. After the New Year, expect a surge in activity. This past weekend was just a teaser of what’s to come.

What are your thoughts on November’s Market Data Analysis? Drop a comment below; I’d love to hear from you.

Connect With a Local Expert

If you have questions or need guidance on buying or selling real estate in the Reno-Sparks area, I’m here as a free resource. 

Feel free to book a consultation with me; it’s an opportunity for us to connect, clarify your goals, and develop a step-by-step strategy tailored to your needs. No obligations, no pressure, just assistance in making informed decisions.

Thank you for reading and see you next time!

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