How is the real estate market doing in Park City, IL?
The only way you can actually know how the Park City real estate market is doing is to be informed. On this page, we will provide you with the information you need to understand how the Park City, IL real estate market is doing. Whether you are a homewoner in Park City or a buyer searching homes for sale in Park City, IL, the following information is provided to give you an overview of the Park City real estate market. The following statistics include only single family homes in Park City. The statistics do not include condos, townhomes, or multi-unit properties. For exact figures on what your home can sell for or for questions about purchasing real estate in Park City contact Bowers Realty Group at (630) 712-1921 today.
What happened to the homes that were listed for sale during December 2021?
The above statistics were compiled based on all detached single family homes listed for sale in Park City, Illinois between January 2021 and December 2021.
Of the 3 homes that were on the market in Park City during December 2021 100% never sold. 100% are still listed for sale and 0% were taken off the market by the home seller for one reason or another. Of all the homes that were for sale at some point during December 2021, only 0% were sold! This is not an anomaly. The percentage of homes that actually sell in any given month is small when compared to the total number of homes on the market. The key to being part of the "sold group" is to hire a Realtor that understands how to price your home correctly based on its location and condition.
Are there fewer Short Sales and Foreclosures in Park City?
During December 2021 the real estate market in Park City consisted of 100% Traditional homes sales. That is inline with November 2021 and inline with December 2020. Increases in the percentage of Traditional home sales are good sign for the market. Higher percentages of Traditional home sales allow the home prices in the market to rise, whereas, higher percentages of Short Sales and Foreclosures drag the market prices down. The more foreclosures and short sales that are on the market, the lower the overall market prices will be, even for traditional homes.
Are home values in Park City, IL going up or down and by how much?
On average, sold home prices in Park City, IL have depreciated (fallen) -100% when comparing December 2021 to December 2020 (year over year). On average, sold home prices in Park City, IL have depreciated (fallen) -100% when comparing December 2021 to November 2021 (month over month). You can see the trend of where prices have come from and where they appear to be headed in the Median List Prices and Sold Prices chart below.
Median List Prices and Sold Prices for Park City, IL
While interesting and often reported throughout the industry, Month over Month (MoM) pricing statistics can be misleading about where real estate prices are trending. Fluctuations due to seasonal demand in the housing market can show price decreases MoM even while home prices continue to trend higher in the area. To really understand how prices in Park City are trending, you must look at the median prices for an extended period of time. In the chart above you can see the trend of where prices have come from and where they appear to be headed over the last 13 months without weighing a single MoM increase or decrease in prices too heavily.
How quickly are homes selling in Park City, IL?
People always want to know how quickly homes are selling in Park City. The above chart shows the average number of days homes were on the market before they sold in each of the last 13 months. While this is an interesting number, it varies drastically when comparing homes that had to lower their price versus homes that sold at their original list price. How quickly a home sells is based almost entirely on its price! That is not to say homes should be priced low to sell, they definitely should not in most cases. That costs the homeowner money and can bring down property values for the entire neighborhood. Homes should be priced at the highest level the market will bear for the homes location (which you cannot change) and its condition (which you can change). Homes priced correctly from the start sell much faster than homes that are overpriced to start.
Homes Listed and Homes Sold in Park City, IL
The one thing that stands out in the chart above is that a very small percentage of homes on the market are actually sold each month. Why is that important? For home sellers, it is important because there is a lot of competition when selling your home. If you want to sell your home and not just have it listed, you have to have your home priced correctly for its location and condition compared to the many homes competing against you. For buyers it is important because it reminds you that you can afford to be selective. With such a large proportion of homes that go unsold each month, you do not have to overpay for a home that meets all your needs and wants!
Is it a Buyers' Market or a Sellers' Market in Park City, IL?
In order to determine if it is a Buyers' Market or a Sellers' Market we need to look at the absorption rate in Park City, IL. The absorption rate is calculated by determining how long the current inventory of homes on the market would take to sell based on the previous month's buying rate (how many homes were sold last month). On January 01, 2022 there were 3 current listings on the market in Park City. There were 0 homes sold in Park City during December 2021. That means as of January 01, 2022 there is an inventory of 3 months. That indicates that it is currently a Sellers' Market.
So it is currently a Sellers' Market, but where is the market headed? In order to determine where the market is headed, we need to compare the number of newly listed homes last month to the number of sold homes last month. That will show us if inventory was increasing or decreasing last month. As stated above, there were 0 homes sold last month. There were 1 new listings last month. That means that the inventory is increasing, which is a strong indicator that the market is heading toward a Neutral or Balanced Market.
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