The following charts give a snapshot of the Haile Plantation real estate market from January through May 2010. For the purposes of comparison, these numbers are viewed up against last year’s performance.
This first chart, “New Listings”, shows the amount of Haile Plantation homes coming onto the market each month.
So far this year, more homes have sold in Haile Plantation than they did this time last year. The homebuyer tax credit helped to boost sales this year.
This “Average Days on Market” chart indicates that it is taking longer to sell homes in Haile Plantation in 2010 than it did in 2009.
The “Median Sales Price” chart (below) shows that more Haile Plantation homes are selling this year, but they are selling for less than they did last year.
The GOOD news is more homes are selling in Haile Plantation in 2010 than they did in 2009. The BAD news is that the homes that are selling are selling for less.
If you need to sell your Haile Plantation home, make sure that you base your listing price on what has SOLD in Haile Plantation over the past three months.
Coming up with a list price based upon what is currently for sale is not recommended, as homes for sale may often suffer from delusional pricing. Basing your listing price on what has SOLD in Haile Plantation over the past three months is a much more accurate reflection of what buyers are willing to pay.
If you are looking to sell your Haile Plantation home, please feel free to contact me for a free market report of your home’s current worth.
Coleen DeGroff, MBA
5109-B NW 39th Avenue
Gainesville FL 32606