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Everett Real Estate Market Update: March 2019

Everett Real Estate Market Update: March 2019

Happy March!

Each month we like to take a look at how the Everett real estate market is trending.* Let’s kick things off with last month’s numbers, February 2019:

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For comparison, let’s compare that to the previous month, January 2019:

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(Please note: when pulling numbers for this month’s update we noticed a discrepancy from the numbers that were reported in our last update for January 2019. The above numbers have been triple checked to ensure they’re now accurate. Although the statistics we pull from the NWMLS are deemed reliable, they are not guaranteed.)

From January to February of this year:

  • An additional 39 homes sold, an increase of over 31%

  • Days on market sped up by two days, dropping from 42 down to 40 days for average time on market.

  • Perhaps most noticeably, the average price went from $383k up to $398k, a jump of $15k or nearly 4%.

After a number of months of decreasing  prices, home values and demand seem to be picking up. For a broader comparison, let’s compare to this time last year, February 2018:

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From Feb 2018 to Feb 2019:

  • 25 fewer homes sold going from 189 down to 164.

  • Homes took an average of 15 days longer to sell (going from 25 days on market up to 40 days on average).

  • The average price of homes didn’t change much, increasing $3,000 on average going from $395k up to $398k.

Even though the market has been trending down in recent months, things appear to be stabilizing here in Everett. If you have any questions about local real estate, feel free to contact us anytime. Or stop by our office at 1904 Wetmore Ave Everett, WA 98201. We’re here to help!

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*Stats provided by the Northwest Multiple Listing Service. Numbers reflect single family homes and condos.

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