Portland Sales Volume Report | February 1, 2011

by | Feb 10, 2011 | How to Guides, Market Reports

351 homes were sold in Portland in January, down from 575 in December. I had predicted 500 sales in January and was shocked to see such a sharp drop off.

Wild cards: Mortgage interest rates are close to 5% with most lenders quoting 4.75%. The rental market remains robust so expect investors to start buying up distressed properties in much greater numbers. Much of the inventory is stale so expect sales to jump when more new homes hit the market this Spring.

I’m predicting around 400 closed sales in Portland (RMLS areas 141, 142, 143 & 148) in February. Seasonally speaking, average prices generally start to drop after the summer peak, bottoming out in winter; I expect investors to bolster the market through the winter. Yet, 2010 shows the market bottomed out in Fall and started to rise in Winter. It will be interesting to see if the positive trend continues into Spring. SALES VOLUME REPORT 020111

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