The number of available homes for sale in the San Antonio real estate market has leveled off as we near the end of the year, with numbers exceeding last years levels for the third month in a row.
San Antonio has seen an increase of 11.0 percent in the number of homes sold from January to September in 2015 when compared to the same time period in 2014.
The average home sales price has also been on the rise with an increase of 6.8 percent during the same time period.
The San Antonio Board of REALTORS (SABOR) reported that the number of days that homes that sold were on the market during September were at just 52 days.
Here is an infographic with the breakdown of how the San Antonio Real Estate Market did during the month of September.
San Antonio September 2015 Home Sales
The month of September saw 2,480 home sales in San Antonio which was a 7.4 percent increase when compared to the homes sales of September 2014.
The number of home sales during the month was the highest ever for the month of September in the city of San Antonio.
Homes under $200,000 made up 53.0 percent of sales, with homes priced between $200,000 and $500,000 accounted for 42.1 percent of sales. Homes priced over $500,000 came in at 4.9 percent.
San Antonio September 2015 Home Sale Prices
The September average home sale price, $233,300, in San Antonio was an increase of 6.5 percent when compared to September of 2014.
Meanwhile, the median home sale price, $191,400, also increased 4.0 percent during the same time period.
San Antonio September 2015 Days on Market and Absorption Rate
The inventory of available homes for sale in San Antonio remains low as September finished at 4.0 months. The number of total listings (9,244) for the month of September was the highest that they have been in the month of September for the past three years.
The 4.0 months of inventory for September was the same as the previous month and shows that the inventory is starting to level out.
A neutral market is 6 months of inventory with numbers above 6 months indicating a buyer’s market (more supply of homes than the demand) and numbers below 6 months, a seller’s market (more homes in demand than homes available on the market).
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San Antonio Current Listings
The data relating to real estate on this website comes in part from the Internet Data Exchange (IDX) Program of the San Antonio Board of REALTORS®. IDX information is provided exclusively for consumers' personal non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing. All Information Is Deemed Reliable But Is Not Guaranteed Accurate.
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