Real Estate Graphs Put Some Color In Otherwise Bleak 2008 Housing Market
The month of December saw a continuation of the slower sales for homes in the Tallahassee real estate market. Unit sales were very low for December, thus registering our 30th straight year-over-year drop (December 2008 vs. December 2007).
December is usually an average month because there are many buyers who want to get in their homes before the end of the year in order to take advantage of the Florida Homestead Tax savings. Unfortunately, this was not the case in 2008. Nor were new contracts as robust as we were hoping, leading me to expect that January will also be a tough month for the Tallahassee housing market. Year over year, December was down 26%.
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