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Market Trends

1st Quarter 2019 Market Report for the Reno/Sparks Region

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RENO/SPARKS

Regional Median Price Map 1st Quarter, 2019

CONDO Median Sales $$ Year to year change Average Price/SF

Median Sales $$ +/- 0% Year to year change +10.87% Average Price/SF

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Median Sales $$ Year to year change -18.75% Average Price/SF

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Median Sales $$ Year to year change +8.13%

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Median Sales $$ Year to year change

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CONDO Median Sales $$ Year to year change Average Price/SF

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Median Sales $$ Year to year change +13.27% Average Price/SF

CONDO Median Sales $$ Year to year change

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Median Sales $$ Year to year change +3.77% Average Price/SF

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Median Sales $$ Median Sales $$ Year to year change +7.28% Year to year change Average Price/SF

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Source: Northern Nevada Multiple Listing Service (NNRMLS), ll Reno/Sparks areas A (Area 100)

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Reno/Sparks Market Overview Reno/Sparks area REALTORS sold 448 single family homes in March, which was 87 more than February, but 101 fewer than March of last year. It is good to see an increase in sales after a slow start to the year. A combination of rising prices, especially wintery weather in January and February, and the continued lack of inventory in the most affordable price ranges are the biggest contributors to the lower number of sales year over year. There were 851 homes active on the market at the end of March, which was a 5.97% decrease from February, marking the 6th consecutive month with lower inventory. Although we had a decrease month to month, inventory is up by over 20% year over year. Over two-thirds of the available inventory on April 1st was priced below $600,000. The median sold price for single family homes in Reno/Sparks, at $369,450, was an inconsequential .7% decrease over the last month and nominal decrease of 1.5% compared to March 2018. “Median” means “in the middle”, so half of homes sold for less and half sold for more. An annualized upward trend in median price is expected for the foreseeable future. Average Days on Market for homes sold decreased by 3 days to 103 days in March. This marks the first decrease of days on market in nearly a year. Last year at this time days on market was 83 days, which is 24% lower. The Days on Market that we see today still represents a very fast paced market. It is important to be pre-qualified with a lender before looking at homes to buy. Pre-qualification will help ensure you are prepared to make an offer when you find that perfect house to call home. If you do not have a preferred lender, contact your Dickson Realty agent for a recommendation. Whether buying or selling in today’s complex real estate market, having a professional real estate agent on your side can help you buy or sell at the best price.


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What is My Home Worth?

No two homes are identical, which is why choosing a sales price or offer price for a home can be challenging. While convenient and sometimes relied upon by home shoppers, online estimates are often not accurate, because a computer algorithm alone cannot adjust for a recent remodel project or a view that neighboring homes may not have. That’s where your local real estate professional and the Comparable Market Analysis, or CMA, can be useful. WHAT IS A CMA? The CMA is a side-by-side comparison of homes for sale and homes that have recently sold in the same neighborhood and price range. This information is further sorted by data fields such as single-family residence or condo, number of bedrooms, number of baths, zip codes, and many other factors. Its purpose is to show fair market value, based on what other buyers and sellers have determined through past sales, pending sales and homes recently put on the market. HOW IS THE CMA CREATED? CMAs are generated by a real estate professional and the local multiple listing service (MLS). The MLS is available to licensed members only, including real estate brokers, salespeople, and appraisers, who pay dues to gain access to the service’s public and proprietary data, including tax roll information, sold transactions, and listings input by all cooperating MLS members. Listing agents generate CMAs for their sellers, and buyer’s agents create them for their buyers so both sides know what current market conditions are for the homes they’re interested in comparing. HOW ACCURATE IS A CMA? The CMA is a here-and-now snapshot of the market, based on the most recent data available, but it can instantly be rendered obsolete by a new listing, or a change of status in a home with the same criteria. Why? The market is constantly changing – new listings, pending sales, closed sales, price reductions, and expired listings. CMAs can vary widely, depending on the knowledge and skill of the person inputting the search parameters to the software as well as the number and type of data fields that are chosen. That means some features may not be included. As informative as the CMA is, it should only be used as a tool and should not substitute for a real estate professional’s knowledge and advice.


DOWNTOWN RENO 775.324.7000

CAUGHLIN RANCH 775.746.7000 TRUCKEE 530.587.7444

DAMONTE RANCH 775.850.7000 DONNER LAKE 530.587.4811

SOMERSETT 775.746.7222

MONTRÊUX 775.849.9444

SPARKS 775.685.8800

PORTOLA 530.832.1700

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