The Year 2014 Closed out even stronger than the Year before, with Less of a seasonal slowdown in the 4th Quarter. Here are this year's highlights:
The video below, John Slocuum, Realtor® talks about the 2014
Vancouver real estate market's highlights:
Now for our Real Estate Market Analysis Charts! The first chart displays the quantity of Resale Homes Sold (Excludes New Construction). We are using the simple technique of statistical smoothing to show a short term trend line equaling the 3-month Moving Average; and the longer term trend line equaling the 12-month Moving Average.
With Vancouver clearly the largest reporting area in Vancouver WA, the Clark
County overall trend line
will look quite a bit like
Next up is the display for the action on Home Prices in 2014.
THE BIG reason for Vancouver's increase in average sales
price is the relatively very low inventory (home supply) condition we've seen
through the year, ending at less than 3 months supply for Resale Homes!
The final chats below show the month-by-month action for Unit Sales, Average & Median Prices; and Days on Market:
In our opinion it appears that 2015 should continue the same positive trends, at least in the near term
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PPS -2015 will be a big year for the Vancouver real estate market. Don't delay with your Home Selling or Buying Plans - Call Us Soon!
The charts in this report (prepared by John Slocum Realtor®, our resident statistician) are based on home sales posted in the Vancouver MLS system (RMLS), excluding sales of mobile home; and shows the purchase activity since 2009; charting the 3 month Moving average number of sales, and the 12 month Moving average. This "smoothing" of the trend-data helps illustrate the short-term and longer term trends in Vancouver WA's real estate market.
Disclaimer: as with any real estate statistics, we do our best to provide the best representation at the time the data was acquired. We deem the data and reports reliable but not guaranteed.