Time on Market

This Issue > Housing Trends > Time on Market > Proportion of Distressed Property Transactions > Homebuyer Participation
Issue 01 / January 2014
Housing Trends
•   Time on market for non-distressed properties remains low.
• There was a slight uptick in the distressed property share of sales in November.
•   Investor participation increased for the third consecutive month.
Time on Market
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“Low inventory is creating issues. Only sub-standard or hugely overpriced homes are left on the market.” – Agent in Nevada
Proportion of Distressed Property Transactions
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“Sellers of non-distressed properties are retreating for the holidays.” – Agent in Washington state
Homebuyer Participation
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“Investors are trying different approaches to continue to get properties at the discount they need to make a profit.” – Agent in California
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