Relative Home Supply In Tallahassee Improving

The relative home supply in Tallahassee improved again during the month of September. For new readers to the Tallahassee Real Estate Blog, relative home supply is the supply of homes for sale in Tallahassee, measured in months of supply, relative to the current demand for homes. By paying close attention to the supply and demand dynamic in Tallahassee housing, we can anticipate current and future housing market moves.

Valuable Home Supply Report

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The report is valuable for all consumers, whether you want to buy a home in Tallahassee or sell a home in Tallahassee, it is good to know what competition exists for each area and each price range.

The housing report is broken down into the four quadrants of the Tallahassee real estate market:

  1. Northeast Tallahassee homes
  2. Northwest Tallahassee homes
  3. Southeast Tallahassee homes
  4. Southwest Tallahassee homes

Relative Home Supply Dropped In September

The relative supply of homes for sale in Tallahassee dropped by about 10 days worth of inventory during the month of September. The real estate chart below shows how each price range changed during the month. Figures in red represent a reduction in the inventory of homes, while figures in black show growth in the inventory.

Tallahassee Home Supply Changes October 2009

While inventory reduction is always good news, we still have a long way to go. The Northeast quadrant of Tallahassee was the only area that showed improvement, but it showed enough to carry the entire market totals. The number of homes for sale in Tallahassee is still way too high. A balanced market is 6 months of supply, and we do not see this level in any area or any price range in the Tallahassee housing market. But we are starting to see some bright spots in certain price ranges ...

Tallahassee Home Supply Report

Northeast Tallahassee Home Supplies Show Greatest Drop

Northeast Tallahassee showed the greatest improvement during the month of September, with supply dropping over 6% to 12.2 months of supply of homes. One bright spot in particular is the median price range ($150,000 to $200,000) in the Northeast has been reduced to 7.5 months of supply.

Northeast Tallahassee home supply report

Northwest Tallahassee Home Supplies Show Little Change

The supply of homes in Northwest Tallahassee showed the least change during the month of September, growing by less than 1%. With over 17 months of supply, the Northwest needs to reduce inventory by over 50% to get to a balanced market. Northwest Tallahassee home supply report

Southeast Tallahassee Home Supplies Show Slight Growth

Southeast Tallahassee saw its housing inventory grow by nearly 2% during the month of September. The Southeast had been seeing great declines in inventory during previous months and has been the best performing quadrant in Tallahassee in terms of relative supply. The Southeast has to reduce inventory by just under 50% in order to find market equilibrium. Southeast Tallahassee home supply report

Southwest Tallahassee Home Supplies Show Growth

Unfortunately, Southwest Tallahassee saw an increase of 5% in relative supply during the month of September. The Southwest has been the worst performing section of the Tallahassee housing market, and this additional growth takes it to a dismal 22 months of supply. That means at the current rate of sales, there are nearly 2 years worth of homes already on the market in the Southwest portion of the Tallahassee real estate market. Southwest Tallahassee home supply report

Keep An Eye On Relative Home Supply

Whether you are buying a home in Tallahassee or selling a home in Tallahassee, the information that these reports contain is critical. A home seller who has a$125,000 home in the Southwest has nearly 3 years worth of supply, meaning competition is fierce. The same price range in Northeast Tallahassee has 8.6 months of supply, meaning less competition. If I was a buyer in this price range and did not have a concern about which area of town in which I wanted to buy, I would look for an incredible bargain in the Southwest portion of the Tallahassee housing market.


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