U.S. Homes Are Selling Faster Than Ever This Spring

By June 5, 2017Pacific Union

Nationwide, properties sold in an average of 29 days in April. Santa Clara County had the nation’s second-fastest pace of sales, at 20 days.
Housing inventory woes continue, pushing the median U.S. sales price up to $244,800, the 62nd straight month of annual gains.
California accounts for eight of the nation’s 10 most expensive counties by list price, including Marin, San Mateo, San Francisco, Santa Clara, and Napa.

Serious home shoppers who are hitting the open-house circuit hard during the traditionally busy spring season should not hesitate long, as properties are flying off the market quicker than ever before. That’s especially true here

Originally posted on the Pacific Union Real Estate site https://blog.pacificunion.com/

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