If you are a buyer in the current Santa Clarita real estate market, you are going to want to know the answer to this question. In fact, if you are a seller, it may be the time to start making “other” real estate related decisions.
What if I were to tell you that everything is not as it seems within the Real Estate search sites? Let’s say you are cruising on-line viewing real estate for sale. Some of the websites you are viewing properties on are deliberately being set up with listings and homes that are not for sale any longer. Some are under contract, but showing as if they are fully available for sale. Others have been sold, but are being kept on those websites showing active because of their “click history”.
Remember, those Real Estate websites are covering all of the United States. Some are not fed data directly from the Multiple Listing Service by each individual Board of Realtors. Therefore, a lot of the information you are seeing on line about home numbers for sale is not accurate. Be Safe and please use local sources when searching for real estate that is currently active on the market for sale.
We have seen a dynamic shift from having a lot of homes, condo’s and town-homes in the Santa Clarita Valley Cities for sale, to not having much inventory at all. This has transpired within the past 4 months, since the end of January 2012. If you want to see how dramatic this shift has been for the SCV real estate market, go to the MacBox resource on Paris911.com or on this Santa Clarita Community Blog and type into it the word ” inventory “.
You will be taken to a page that has all of the Santa Clarita Cities posted with their current inventory. Be Sure to check out the “supply and demand issue” with regard to housing prices. They are increasing, if only temporarily…