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Des Moines Housing Prices – July 2011

Posted by adamvanlin on August 5, 2011

The preliminary housing price numbers are out for July and things look positive.  The median price rose from $135,667 in June to $144,083, an increase of 6%.  This is impressive considering median prices rose 10% from May to June.  An increase of this magnitude is rare, especially over just two months.  We’ll look for a continuation of this trend in future months.  If you were a seller in July, it was a great time to sell.  If you still have a property on the market, time to catch the wave before the surf goes out.

Also, we see that the yearly growth rate for housing in Des Moines has risen, but is still in negative territory.  Lets hope next months number push it into the positive.

Finally, months of supply came it at 7.0 months for July.  This number indicates a very slight downward pressure on prices.  Just something to keep an eye on.  This number should rise as prices take their seasonal fall and less buyers are making purchases while the number of homes on the market remains consistent.


One Response to “Des Moines Housing Prices – July 2011”

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