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Ann Arbor Condo Report Update – August 2018

Listing Prices are Down for Ann Arbor Condos, but Selling Prices Rise

Ann Arbor Condo Update Chart

For the month of August, Ann Arbor condos have seen surprising statistics compared to August 2017. The average listing price is $310,161, which is 4.5% lower than the previous August where the ALP was $324,753. Perhaps this is because there is an increase in the amount of listings entered, from 62 condos to 74 last month, which means 19.4% more available inventory. This is good news for buyers; but luckily for sellers, condos are selling above the ALP too. On average, condos are selling for $323,219, whereas last year the ASP was $264,117, this is a considerable 22.4% increase. Only one more unit sold this August in comparison to the prior August when 61 condos were sold. Fortunately for sellers, the average days on the market is 23, which is a 25.8% decline compared to last August’s average of 31 days. Looking at the year-to-date statistics, there has been an increase in the amount of listings entered, but a decrease in the amount of sales. Continue reading

Ann Arbor Condo Report – July 2018

Ann Arbor Condo Prices Surge Compared to Last July

Ann Arbor Condo Report Chart for July

In all aspects, Ann Arbor condos have seen an increase in pricing compared to last year. Comparative to July 2017, the amount of new units listed is increased a staggering 61%, from 59 condos to 95 entered this July. The average listing price has also greatly increased from $278,100 to $415,405 since last July, which is a considerable 49.4%. Despite the dramatic rise in available inventory, the difference in amount of sales has increased only a mere 3% compared to the prior July, 62 sold condos versus 64. Sale prices, however, have managed to ascend from $248,766, on average, to $323,768. The difference in average sale prices for July between this year and last is 30%. On average, condos are on the market for 16 days. Looking at year to date statistics, there has also been a rise in pricing. So far this year, the average listing price is $355,552, and this is a 21.5% increase in comparison to the ALP of $292,734 at this time last year. In Ann Arbor, 503 condos have sold thus far versus 488 in July 2017; this creates an increase of 4.1%. Unfortunately there has been a 21% decline in the amount of sold units thus far in 2018, from 386 sold condos to 305. The average sale price for condos so far this year is $290,733 which is a rise of 16% in comparison to last year’s ASP of $250,719. Overall, it is a seller’s market for Ann Arbor condos, especially for more affordable condos sold under $400k. Condos that are more than $400k are considered to be part of a buyer’s market though.

Ann Arbor condos are very close to being in a balanced market, which would be more favorable for both sellers and buyers. Whether you are looking to buy or sell a condominium, contact the specialists with The Bouma Group at (734)761-3060 or email info@bouma.com. For more updated knowledge on the Ann Arbor market, check back here!

Ann Arbor Condo Report – May 2018

Prices Increase for Ann Arbor Condominiums

Ann Arbor Condo Report - MayIn all aspects, prices have increased for Ann Arbor condos in May; this is most likely because inventory has declined. This May, 87 new listings were entered which is 2.2% decrease compared to the 89 units last May.  The average listing price rose a sizable 22.6%, from $265,209 to $325,026. With less condos listed, units are generally on the market for 20 days; which is 10 days less compared to May 2017. There is a decline of 16.5% less condos sold this May compared to the previous, 66 sold condos versus 79. The average selling price for Ann Arbor condos is $261,307, which is a decent increase of 11% from $235,619. So far this year, there has been 21 less listings entered in comparison to the previous year when 343 listings were entered. Average listing prices thus far have increased 13% though, from $300,708 to $340,005. Similarly, selling prices have also rose from $251,891 to $280,017, which is a difference of 11.2%. There was a 18.9% decline in the amount of sales so far this year compared to last, 189 sold condos versus 233. In general, it is a seller’s market for Ann Arbor condos, especially for inexpensive units that are below $300k. Condos that are sold above $400k are considered a buyer’s market though.

With less inventory, sales are rising and because of this Ann Arbor condos are moving towards a more balanced market. Whether you are looking to buy or to sell your condo, contact the condo experts with The Bouma Group at (734)761-3060 or email info@bouma.com. Check back here for more information about the Ann Arbor market!

 

Ann Arbor Condo Report Update – April 2018

Both Condo Listings and Sales Down in April

Ann Arbor Condo Report April 2018

Ann Arbor condos have seen an all around decrease compared to 2017, in listings and sales, both monthly and year-to-date. A decent total of 90 listings were entered in April, which is down 7% in comparison to the 97 condos sold in the previous year. As well, the listing prices also saw the same 7% decline since last year, $310,026 from $334,608. The number of sales lowered by 14.6% this April when compared to 2017, 41 condos sold versus 48 condos sold. However it is not all declines, selling prices did rise from $251,735 to $275,124, which is a is a respectable increase of 9%. For both year-to-date listings and sales, there was a drop in inventory but an increase in prices. There was a 7% decline in the amount of new listings entered thus far; but a 10% increase in the average listing price, $313,866 to $345,998. The 122 condos sold this year are 21% below the amount sold in 2017 year-to-date; although, the selling price increased 9.7% from $260,239 to $285,709 this year. On average, it is a seller’s market for Ann Arbor condos this April, especially for more affordable units. However, luxury condos are considered a buyer’s market; with the outlier of condos that are priced over 1 million dollars.

Although there has been an overall decrease this year for Ann Arbor condos, prices are slowly increasing and the market is doing okay. Whether you are looking to buy or sell a condo, contact the experts with The Bouma Group at (734)761-3060 or email info@bouma.com. To stay updated on the market statistics, check back here!

Wickliffe Condos, Downtown Ann Arbor Market Report

Downtown Ann Arbor Condo Report – November 2016Wickliffe Condos, Downtown Ann Arbor MI

Due to the small size of the Wickliffe condo complex, there aren’t many sales annually. There are currently 0 condos listed for sale and so far this year, 1 unit has sold.

Sold Condo:

  • $500,000.  641 N. 5th Ave., Ann Arbor. 1368 sq. ft., +162 in finished lower level, 2 bedrooms and 2 baths. Sold by The Bouma Group

The last sales occurred in 2012 when 2 units sold. They had an average sale price of $390,775 and average price per square foot of $288.00. The unit that sold this year had an ASP of $500,000, up 28%, and A$SF of $365.00, up 27%. To learn more about Wickliffe Condos or to be notified when new listings become available, contact us at The Bouma Group at 734-761-3060 or email info@bouma.com. See more Ann Arbor Condos here!

 

Ann Arbor Real Estate Market Summary for 2011

Where is the Ann Arbor Real Estate Market Headed?

Optimism has returned to the Ann Arbor real estate market.  While values are still anywhere from 10-65% below the historic highs, they are no longer in a free fall. Ann Arbor homes are an incredible value right now. Low interest rates + the lowest prices in years = opportunity. I don’t believe that this opportunity will last much longer due to a lack of inventory. Most of the leading indicators show a lack of supply and strong demand. Job growth, lack of new construction, and low interest rates have nudged buyers back into the market. Low inventory, decreasing foreclosures, and slowly rising prices are beginning to nudge sellers back into the market. Both of these trends bode well for a healthy real estate market in Ann Arbor.

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