10 Cities Where Are Homes Selling Fastest

first_img May 4, 2016 511 Views in Daily Dose, Data, Headlines, Market Studies, News  There are two occurrences happening simultaneously in the market: some of the hottest housing markets may be slowing down, while those that have been slow to rebound are finally heating up.Trulia’s Fastest Moving Markets Report found that some of the hottest markets on the “Costly Coasts” may be slowing down while slow-to-rebound markets in the “Bargain Belt” are heating up despite the issue of declining inventory and worsening affordability.According to the report, home are selling faster than they were last year with the largest jump observed among trade-up homes.Nationally, 66.6 percent of homes listed for sale on March 6 were still on the market on April 6, down from 67.8 percent for the same period last year.However, Trulia noted that “not all segments of the market move alike: fluctuations in inventory–which affects the time that homes stay on the market–can behave quite differently within different price points (starter, trade-up homes, etc.”The troubling news for first-time homebuyers is that the pace of starter and trade-up home sales is much faster this year compared to premium homes.Trulia said that 65.5 percent of starter homes were still on the market after a month last year, compared with 63.4 percent this year, while trade-up homes went from 62.9 percent on the market last yer to 59.8 percent this year. Premium homes have not moved much at all, rising 71.5 percent from 71.8 percent”Much of this is likely due to the fact over the past few years, inventory of both starter and trade-up homes have fallen much more than premium homes,” Trulia said. “However, the national trend hides big differences from one local market to another. In some metros, the sales pace is quickening, while slowing in others.”Trulia’s Top 10 Fastest-Moving Housing Markets in AmericaSan Jose, CaliforniaOakland, CaliforniaSan Francisco, CaliforniaSeattle, WashingtonPortland, OregonTacoma, WashingtonColorado Spring, ColoradoDenver, ColoradoDallas, TexasSalt Lake City, UtahTrulia’s Top 10 Slowest-Moving Housing Markets in America Compared to a Year AgoHousing, TexasSan Francisco, CaliforniaNorth Port-Sarasota-Bradenton, FloridaMadison, WisconsinMiami, FloridaPhoenix, ArizonaCape Coral-Fort Myers, FloridaOakland, CaliforniaSacramento, CaliforniaFort Lauderdale, Florida”All and all, this offers both good news and bad news for homebuyers. Homes are moving off the market slightly faster this year than last at the national level, but there are dramatic differences across individual markets,” Trulia said. “Home hunters East of Mississippi can still take their time but will need to move slightly faster than they did last year. Meanwhile those in the West won’t need to move as frantically as they did last year, but they will still need to move quick to get their dream home.” Sharecenter_img 10 Cities Where Are Homes Selling Fastest Affordability homes Housing Market Inventory Trulia 2016-05-04 Staff Writerlast_img read more

The Cardinals inactives include QB Logan Thomas

first_imgThe Cardinals’ inactives include:QB Logan ThomasRB Stepfan TaylorLB Desmond BishopLB Thomas KeiserLB Glenn CarsonNT Alameda Ta’amuTE Darren FellsTaylor is sidelined for a second straight week because of a calf injury, while Bishop hurt his hamstring doing extra running post-practice and will be inactive for the fourth time in six games.The other five players are healthy scratches.Stinson made his first career start in Week 6 and has 10 tackles in the last four games.“Pretty much Coach (Todd) Bowles and Coach Buck (Brentson Buckner) putting me in positions where I can make plays and me trying to focus in (and) make sure I do my job well,” he said, explaining his success as of late.Stinson has played in every game this season. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Comments   Share   Top Stories GLENDALE, Ariz. – Though he got hurt late in the week, rookie defensive tackle Ed Stinson will play Sunday when the Arizona Cardinals host the St. Louis Rams at University of Phoenix Stadium.The fifth-round pick from Alabama suffered a groin injury near the end of practice on Friday and showed up on the injury report as questionable.At the time, Stinson didn’t believe the setback was anything serious though it did limit his work and may have an impact on his playing time against a Rams team that has beaten both Seattle and San Francisco in the past three weeks.center_img Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more