Welcome to this month’s Memphis, Tennessee, real estate market report. Are you considering relocating to Memphis, Tennessee, or ready to buy or sell a home in the area? Read this helpful real estate market report to find out the latest trends in single-family home pricing?
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Memphis Metro Housing Stats
The average sale price for single-family homes in Memphis, Tennessee, was $200,278 at the end of February 2021, a 10.3% year-to-year increase from $181,631. The year-to-date average sale price is slightly higher than the monthly average, up 13% from this time last year to $202,878.
There were a total of 1,225 properties sold during February, a 5.2% drop compared to the previous February. Year-to-date properties sold are up 3.6% to 2,741.
There were only 45 new homes sold in Memphis during February 2021, a 29.7% drop from 64 sold one year ago. Year-to-date new home sales are down 23.9% from 134 to 102 at the end of February.
New home sale prices averaged $382,346 during this time, a 4.1% decrease from $398,775 at this time one year ago. The year-to-date average sale price for new homes is $392,395, down 0.6% from this time last year.
During February in Memphis, there were only 12 bank-owned properties sold, a 70% drop from 40 sold the previous February. Bank-owned properties sold for an average of $111,471, a year-to-year increase of 32.2% from $84,294.
Overall single-family home inventory continues to decline in Memphis. The total number of listings available has dropped from 2,105 at the end of January to 1,976 at the end of February.
What Does This Data Mean For Buyers?
Buyers should take advantage of their buying power now as prices continue to rise and are more than likely to as inventory levels remain low. Buyers should have financing in place and be ready to act as soon as a property is found.
We help all types of buyers, whether it is a home, condo, or investment property, we work for you to make sure your bid stands out and have a smooth contract-to-close experience. Get started today! Give the Lumiere Team a call at 901-451-2001.
What Does This Data Mean For Sellers?
Memphis, Tennessee, is currently in a seller’s market, low inventory and rising prices. Sellers of homes should expect to see lots of demand as we head into the spring buying season. Shifting preferences of buyers to homes and less restrictive states will continue to push prices higher.
Sellers should have their homes priced competitively and the best features of their homes marketed to the most qualified of buyers. Get started today! Give the Lumiere Team a call at 901-451-2001 to learn how we help homeowners sell their property quickly here in Memphis, Tennessee!
Memphis Homes for Sale
Here are the most recent home listings just added to the database in the average sale price for Memphis – all homes here are priced at $200,278 or less.