The October numbers are in! Home Sales in the Lake Sunapee Region were up significantly compared to October 2019. Want to know how many homes sold, what they sold for, and what the median sales price is in our region? Check out this post to learn what the local real estate market looks like and how it compares to historical home sales data.
Real Estate Stats
September single family home sales in the Lake Sunapee Region were up significantly compared to September 2019. As in other parts of New Hampshire, homes newly listed on the market are continuing to go under contract quickly, causing much stress for many looking to buy. Out of the 82 homes sold in September, 46 of those properties were on the market for less than a month before closing. Read more about the Lake Sunapee Real Estate Market here.
August 2020 single-family homes sales came in at a total of 88 sales. This is down by five from August 2019 which had 93 home sales. Both the median list price and the median sales price significantly increased from 2019. If you're interested in learning about which homes sold, and what they sold for, check out our July 2020 Sunapee Region Home Sales Blog post.
Total single-family homes sold in the month of July 2020 totaled 100 sales. This is up by 25 sales compared to July 2019 with 75 homes sold. The median sold price for the month was also up significantly at $318,350 compared to $255,000 in 2019, and the average days on market (DOM) dropped from 82 DOM to 65 DOM. Learn more about what has sold in the Sunapee Region during July 2020.
In May there were 50 home sales in the Lake Sunapee Region, 15 sales less than what sold in May 2019. The median sales price increased by $35,000 and the average Days on Market dropped from 117 to 88. Check out this post to learn what homes sold, what towns had the most sales, and how the local real estate market in May 2020 compares to historical home sales data.
Total home sales for the Lake Sunapee Region in the month of April came in at 45 bringing the cumulative sales to 173 for 2020. The median sales price was $235,000 ($5,000 above April 2019) and the average Days on Market (DOM) for the month was 103. Although the DOM seems high, we are seeing a lot of old inventory go under contract and close. At the same time, we are watching new to the market homes go under contract quickly, sometimes within only a few days of when they are listed. Check out the breakdown of April homes sold and what price they sold for.
The numbers are in for the first week of April 2020. As you'll see in this post, the trend of more homes going under contract compared to 2019 continues. At the same time, new listing inventory is down 50% compared the first week of April in 2019. Check out the comparison here!
This March the Lake Sunapee Region had 51 home sales with a median list price of $274,900 and a median sales price of $267,250. That’s a $35,000 increase in list price and a $39,000 increase in sales price from March of 2019. Average Days on Market decreased from 104 in March 2019 to 81 in 2020. Read this post to see what homes sold in March 2020 in the Lake Sunapee Region.
As a follow up to our homes sales report from last week, below you'll find a side-by-side comparison for March 25 through March 31 for both 2019 and 2020. Properties are still coming on the market and Real Estate was deemed an essential business--in large part due to the advocacy work of the staff and volunteers at the New Hampshire Association of Realtors. Read more.
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