Looking at the data for September, we continue to see inventory still at an all time low and prices of homes increasing. The data and images you see on this blog are for all the NWMLS.
Snohomish County had an Average Sales Price of $641,162, a huge 20.2% increase, for all property types over September 2020. King County’s Average Sales Price was $907,740, an increase of 17.1%, for all property types over September 2020. That’s a small dip in percentage increase compared to September data.
Closed Sales Data
Snohomish County Median Days on Market decreased from 8 in September 2020 to 5 days, down 37.5%! King County Median Days on Market decreased from 7 days to 6 days, down 25%.
Snohomish County inventory is at less than 1 month of supply, down 50% in September 2020 from 1.7 months of supply to 0.7% while King County is down from 1.4 months supply in September 2020 to 1.1 months of supply, down 35.3%.
As we begin the 4th Quarter of 2021 and we are still in a seller’s market. We have seen a small shift in the amount of offers homes are getting, and I’ve seen too many homes go on market for higher prices only to then reduce price. It certainly has been interesting, as inventory still is low and buyers are being a bit more savvy. If you’re interested in selling your home, this is still a great time to get it sold, however a smart marketing plan is needed to get you the best price. I’d love to share my marketing plan with you! If you’re interested in buying and taking advantage of the low interest rates, I have successfully won on multiple offer situations with my buyer clients! Let’s talk about strategy!