• Next week I’ll update the monthly charts that are below the weekly charts.
• Mystery This Week. Closed sales fell for some unknown reason last week so the number of houses under contract increased. I assume it’s a fluke but don’t know for sure. The number of houses going from for-sale to under-contract didn’t really change.
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Since early July, more new listings have been hitting the market vs. 2019.
No change. Still almost HALF of 2019.
The number of single-family houses under contract to buyers increased unexpectedly last week. The number of closings fell a bit for unknown reasons which created a bit of a backlog in the number of houses under contract waiting to close.
The number of solds unexpectedly fell last week. I don’t know why. I assume it’s a temporary fluke. Should know more next week.
Leave a comment if you know what’s going on with the slowdown in closings.
Tell me in the “Comments” what you think.
This information can vary a lot in different parts of metro Phoenix. Your real estate agent can find the data for your specific city or zip code at The Cromford Report.
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Note. This post was written on Augest 16, 2020 but the graphs will be continually updated.