Gainesville FL Homes Sold Market Report – June 2012

Gainesville Florida Single Family Homes Sold Market Report – June  2012

Here are the statistics for Gainesville Florida single family homes real estate market for the  April, May and June 2012.

This chart below shows you the number of CLOSED SALES for the months of  April 2012 , May 2012 and June 2012.   Also the relationship of (DOM) the average days on the market for those sales, and the current PENDING SALES.

This chart below provides a graph as the number of ACTIVE LISTINGS in the Gainesville Florida Multiple Listing Service for this same three month period.  We have an increase in the total active listings, which coincides with the peak of our summer selling season.   Pending Sales are on a steady increase as the buyers are active and finding the homes they want.  This is our Gainesville buying season!

The single family homes active inventory is has increased just a bit for the month of June.  The main reason is that most locals here know that our local buying season is April through September.  This report shows that the number of Pending Sales has increased this month of June.  The number of closed sales has remained constant in June and a good sign is active listings are converting to pending sales, and buyers are closing on their new homes!

Indicators are showing an increase of buyers actively viewing homes.  The “activity” is from the use of electronic lock box entry providing higher number of showings on the active listings for sale.    There also This data & inventory amounts covers all areas & communities in Alachua County as per the Gainesville-Alachua County MLS.

These numbers to NOT include vacant land, condominiums, or commercial properties.

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