State of the Market Report 📊 January 2019
We like to keep you informed of the local real estate market to ensure you're well prepared when you need to make the decision whether or not now is a good time to buy or sell your home.
Below is a list that we've put together of the local South Shore and Cape Cod market reports for January ⤵️
In the town of Plymouth, the Winter market is proving to be active. With good weather, sellers are still actively listing their homes rather than waiting for Spring market.
In the town of Hingham, sales have slowed however new homes are still entering the market during the Winter months.
In the town of Scituate, the Average Sale Price has increased by over $100,000 with less days spent on market.
In the town of Marshfield, sales have held steady and new inventory is continuing to increase.
In the town of Kingston, number of homes sold decreased dramatically from December to January.
In the town of Duxbury, the Average Sale Price has decreased by over $200,000. Additionally, the Average Days on Market have increased which shows that the market has slowed down throughout the beginning of Winter.
In the town of Norwell, the Average Sale Price of homes increased while the number of homes sold decreased.
In the town of Cohasset, sales and inventory have remained consistent.
In the town of Hanover, the Average Days on Market have decreased from 87 to 64 while the Average Sale Price has increased.
In the town of Sandwich, inventory is still selling fairly quickly through the winter months. There is still plenty of inventory available which is great news for serious buyers in the market right now.
In the town of Mashpee, there continues to be a good amount of available inventory for sale.
In the town of Falmouth, homes continue to sell at a good pace which shows that the Falmouth market is holding strong through Winter.