According to the National Association of Realtors, the existing buildings collapsed in August 2021, crushing two consecutive increases. Each major county in the United States has a reduced monthly and annual coverage.
The number of completed homes sold in domestic business, including built-in houses, town halls, apartments, and jobs, decreased by 2.0% from July to 5.88 million. In August, 5.88 million. Over the past year, sales have decreased by 1.5% compared to the previous year (5.97 million in August 2020).
“Sales fell in August as state prices rose,” said NAR chief financial officer Lawrence Yun. “Even with declining home sales, buyers may be at an alarming rate, but many have been investigated for their financial weaknesses and are waiting for more information.”
Total reserves at the end of August were 1.29 million, less than 1.5% than in July and 13.4% less than last year (1.49 million). Unsold prices will remain at the current sales price for 2.6 months, unchanged from July, but fell by three months in August 2020.
The current price of all real estate in August was $ 356,700, an increase of 14.9% ($ 310,400) as of August 2020, with prices rising in each region. This shows a real 114-month rate each year.
“Higher housing prices create an unequal market, but prices remain normal and greater availability,” Yun said.
A recent study by NAR – Builders Index – shows Spartanburg, S.C. North Harbor, Florida; Knoxville, ten. Wilmington, NC; and San Antonio, Texas are major markets with great opportunities for musicians. Comparing different models, NAR found that home builders could build more professional homes for their businesses in these areas.
The house usually stays on the market for 17 days in August, unchanged from July and decreases by 22 days in August 2020. Eighteen and seventeen percent of homes purchased in August 2021 are slightly on the market.
First-time consumer buyers accounted for 29% in August, over 30% in July, and 33% in August 2020. At the end of 2020, the NAR Buyers and Buyers Index, released at the end of 2020, showed that for the first time a year, buyers. and 31%.
“Building a house is a big challenge for many potential buyers,” Yun said. “Most potential customers complete their search, but their needs and preferences are constant.”
And again, a recent NAR study found that student loan debt protects millions, not $ 100,000, from buying a home.
Some real estate buyers or buyers, best sellers, sold 15% of houses in August, up to 14% in July until August 2020. Total real estate was sold in 22% in August, over 23% in July, and over 18% in August 2020.
Retail sales – sales and low sales – accounted for less than 1% of sales in August, the same percentage in the first month and similar to August 2020.
According to Freddie Mac, the 30-year average was 2.84% in August, compared to 2.87% in July. The total apparent collection by 2020 is as high as 3.11%.
Only family and apartment building / cooperative prices
Single-family dwellings fell by 5.19 million a year in August, less than 1.9% from 5.29 million in July, and less than 2.8% from the previous year. The current average household income in August was $ 363,800, which is 15.6% more than in August 2020.
Current prices and sales forecast for the reporting period were 690,000 shares in August, which is 2.8% less than 710,000 in July and 9.5% more than last year. The current price of condoms in August was $ 302,800, which is 10.8% per year.
“We will continue to work with politicians and our partners from all industries to increase housing and ensure that US dream homes continue to be accessible to as many people as possible,” said NAR Charlie Oppler.
A recent NAR study – Report 2021 – Metro Region II Wealth Gain Report – found that homeowners are the main source of income for families, but growth rates are declining. Prices have exceeded wages and homeowners are at risk.
Northeast sales increased by 1.4% in August, reaching an annual increase of 730,000, down 2.7% compared to August 2020. The estimated Northwest price was $ 488, up 16.8% from a year earlier.
Real estate sales in the Middle West fell by 1.4% year-on-year to 1,370,000 in August, which is 2.1% less than a year earlier. The average price in the Central West is $ 272,200, which is 10.5% more than in August 2020.
Southern real estate prices fell by 3.0% in August, to 2,550,000 a year, which is 0.8% less than in the same period last year. The average southern price is $ 303,200, up 12.8% from a year ago.
Household prices in the West fell by 0.8% and exports in August were 1,230,000 a year, which is 1.6% more than last year. The average western average is $ 507,900, up 11.4% from August 2020.