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The Reno Market is still at a seller’s market,” said Angelica Reyes, 2018 RSAR president. “The inventory levels are gradually increasing, and prices are slowly falling, which is a good sign for future buyers.”
“The trend in rising median price is slowing which can be attributable to the winter season and the increase in interest rates as the Federal Reserve adjusts for inflation,” said Doug McIntyre, 2018 RSAR President. “All indicators point to a correction in the market as opposed to a real estate bubble.”
“The Reno market is a seller’s market, at 2.9 months supply of inventory,” said Doug McIntyre, 2018 RSAR President. “The months supply of inventory for the past two months has been at 3 months. This shows an improvement in inventory levels, providing buyers more choices.”
“We are seeing a leveling trend of the median sales price in the area,” said Doug McIntyre, 2018 RSAR President. “Since March of this year, median price in the Reno/Sparks has hovered in the $370K to $375K range, except during the summer months, when it reached a high of $389,000.”
“During the month of August, there were 778 new listings,” said Doug McIntyre, 2018 RSAR President. “Since January of this year, active inventory levels have been trending up and reached a 21-month high in August. Months Supply of Inventory also reached a 16-month high at 2.4 months. The increasing levels in inventory should take some of the stress off median price.”