No real surprise this month in the Perry GA real estate market....lack of fresh inventory continues to keep home sales depressed. In fact, for the 4th straight month, sales decreased as buyers and investors found properties in other parts of Houston County more to their liking.
With only a handful of properties available for consumers to peruse, you would expect this market to be stagnant. In reality, the Centerville GA real estate market continued to chug along as buyers and investors found homes to their liking in this market.
Byron GA Single Family Home Report - July 2018 Edition
The lack of inventory has yet to catch up to this market as home sales for the real estate market in Byron GA continued to stay high. It is surprising as there are less than 2 months of homes for buyers and investors to choose from right now. Did you hear that homeowners...now is a great time to put your home up for sale in this market.
After 5 months in a row of increased sales, the Warner Robins GA real estate market finally had a letdown. With only 2 months of homes to pick from, it is no wonder buyers and investors did not always find what they wanted in this city. In this sellers market, it is an ideal time to get your property listed so the multitude of buyers in the market will be able to view it.
The real estate market in Kathleen GA looked like it was about to really heat up, but with limited inventory for buyers and investors to peruse, it quickly cooled back off. Currently, there are only 3 months worth of properties to pick from for interested consumers.
It is pretty incredible that despite a severe shortage of new homes on the market, homes sales went up for the second month in a row in the real estate market in Byron GA. However, with just 1+ month of houses to pick from, new inventory is definitely needed if this market is going to continue its hot streak.
Perry GA Single Family Home Report - January 2018 Edition
After posting great sales 2 months ago, the Perry GA real estate market came back to earth this past month with one of the lowest totals in the past year. as one of the few Central Georgia markets that saw increased sales last month.