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Southeast Tallahassee Real Estate Market Report

In yesterday's blog, I analyzed the Northwest Area of the Tallahassee Real Estate Market for the purpose of demonstrating how to use the Free Monthly Tallahassee Real Estate Market Report that anyone can download from the Joe Manausa Real Estate web site. Today, we'll conduct the same analysis on the Southeast Leon County real estate market. The picture below represents the Southeast Section of Leon County. The price ranges are featured on the left, and then 9 columns of data fall to the right of each price range. Those 9 columns are actually three sets of three columns. The first set of three are homes for sale in Southeast Tallahassee (All, New Construction, Resales), the second set of three columns are homes that sold in Southeast Tallahassee in the past twelve months, and the final column displays the amount of homes for sale in Southeast Tallahassee (measured in ‘months’ of supply). Based upon what the above numbers show us, the Southeast quadrant of the Tallahassee real estate market has more over-supply than the Northeast, but less than the Northwest. Using this information I would advise somebody who wants to sell a home in Southeast Tallahassee, with a value between $200,000 and $250,000, that they have 54 homes that they are competing against, of which 17 are new construction. The Southeast Tallahassee real estate market sells roughly 6 of these homes per month, so a serious seller would need to be one of the best 6 buys in order to get a serious look from buyers in todays market. We can see a "picture" of this data below, and it does not look nearly as friendly as the Northeast Tallahassee real estate market.


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#1 By Joe Manausa at 7/11/2017 3:47 AM

I would think so Anonymous. Southwood has done a great job helping the Southeast Tallahassee real estate market grow. From the above numbers, 38% of the homes for sale are new construction, a much higher percentage than in the rest of the county.

#2 By Anonymous at 7/11/2017 3:47 AM

Joe, is Southwood having any affect on these results?

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