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Washtenaw County Price/Condition Increasingly Important

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Halfway through December, the 2022 average sale price of a single family home in Washtenaw County is $455k. That’s up 30% from 2019 and 12% compared to last year. The Monthly Sales and Average Price chart illustrates how both sales and prices fluctuate in seasonal patterns. In recent years, we’ve had consistently high demand with sales limited by a shortage of supply. The monthly sales chart shows the annual rising of sales and prices through the first half before fading off during the balance of each year.

Since June’s market peak, this year’s challenges of higher interest rates, higher housing prices, non-housing inflation, combined with the post-pandemic easing of extreme demand has caused sales and prices to settle faster than they normally would. Despite current challenges, continued strong demand (especially for prime move-in-ready homes) has kept November’s average sale price of $439k 10% higher than the same month last year. Over the next few months, expect to see more price reductions. Sellers who don’t get a quick hit should reevaluate their home’s condition and price.

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