Real Estate Market Report: 1st Quarter 2018 – Bergen County, NJ

Growth in the Bergen market was stifled by a lack of inventory, which suppressed sales even while it drove meaningful price appreciation. Sales were down for both property types, falling 5% for single-family homes and over 13% in condos. This was not due to a lack of demand, but a lack of supply, as inventory fell again and is now well under the six-month level that usually signals a seller’s market. That drove significant appreciation, with single-family homes now up almost 3% on average and 4% at the median for the rolling year. This appreciation might start attracting more sellers into the market, which would ease the inventory shortage. But that will not happen in time for a spring market, which will be marked by low inventory, stifled sales, and rising prices.

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Posted on April 11, 2018 at 12:53 pm
Vincent Abbatecola | Category: Quarter Market Report, Rand Country Blog | Tagged , , , , ,

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