What's Happening in the Market October 2022

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The picture is one of the runners crossing the finish line for the Spooky Duke race on Saturday, Nov. 5.  Spooky Duke is a fund raiser for Parent to Parent, a local nonprofit that offers resources and support to local families with special needs children.  Contact me if you'd like more information about the program.   Is this a cooli...
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August 2022: What Happened in the High Country Market?

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  The market definitely continues to transition.Still, the stats this month make a bit more sense.For housing, the number of homes sold increased, as did the number under contract.Neither number is a significant difference from July.Homes have been coming on the market at about the rate as the number selling. The days on the market is down; th...
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What Happened in the Watauga Market: October 2021

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 The market remains very busy, both land and homes.  The land market continues to offer many choices for buyers.  The housing market:  the number of homes on the market continues to dwindle.  See the full report:   Download PDF File Here
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What Happened in the Watauga Market: March 2021

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In addition to the very welcome sight of new life in the form of daffodils appearing, here's what's been happening in the Watauga single family home and the High Country land markets.     Download PDF File Here
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What's Happening in the Market? May 2020

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 First, an update on COVID-19 restrictions in NC. Non-essential businesses are now opening and non-essential travel is now allowed.In real estate, we are back to business as usual, with COVID-19 safety precautions still in effect – masks, driving in separate cars, sanitizing surfaces touched in a home [I'm handing my buyers sterilizing wipes t...
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2018 March: What's Happening in the Watauga Market?

  We continue to have a low inventory of homes and a large inventory of land.The Odds of Selling and the months of inventory has held steady from Jan. 2018.With March traditionally be a slow month for sales and the beginning of an increase of inventory [spiking, typically, April-May-June], it will be interesting to see how that plays out in Ma...
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