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Salisbury Real Estate February Stats

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SALISBURY, Md.- In February 2015, the median single family home sales price in Salisbury, Md. and Wicomico County was $121,500, up 14% from the median sales price last February. There were 45 home sales, a decrease of 29% from last February.

The average time on market was 4.3 months compared to 4.7 months for home sales in the Salisbury area last February.

Currently, there are 9.9 months of supply of homes in the Salisbury area. This is determined by how many homes are available divided by how many homes sold the previous month.

Homes Sold in Wicomico County February 2015:

Conclusions for Salisbury Area Home Buyers

February home sales may have been down in the Salisbury area, but extreme weather certainly played a role. Toward the end of the month, pending sales took a sizable jump.

Mortgage rates remained relatively stable along with inventory, translating into the uptick in months of supply. There is likely some pent up demand as a result of the bad weather preventing many buyers from viewing homes.

Conclusions for Home Sellers in the Salisbury Area

Home sellers in the Salisbury real estate market also faced challenges from the weather. Many would-be sellers couldn't get their homes ready for the spring market because of snow, ice and extreme cold. For other sellers in escrow, inspections and appraisals were affected, delaying their closing.

Accurate pricing remains the key factor in selling a Salisbury area home in a timely fashion. We offer assistance with a no obligation market analysis and neighborhood sold reports.

Outlook for March 2015 in Salisbury, Md. Real Estate

March will kick off the unofficial “spring selling season” in the Salisbury real estate market. Improving weather will bring additional inventory to bear, and usually the buyer demand is there to meet it. Many buyers and market observers will be keeping a close eye on mortgage rates as this can have a great impact on affordability.

About Dale King: 

Dale E. King, EBA has worked as a Buyer's Agent in Salisbury Maryland real estate since 2004, after 18 years in construction and remodeling. He serves his buyer clients in all aspects of real estate, from consultation through closing, with no fees charged. Dale resides in Delmar Maryland with “The Queen” and their five beautiful children.

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