Friday Chart – 1st 17 Days of September

The first 17 days of September. This is the time of year that we start to see the Charlottesville real estate market start to slow down … I tell my clients that if they’re looking to sell their house, things tend to taper off until October and once we hit Halloween, we’re looking at Thanksgiving, then Christmas, Hanukkah, winter …

The orange column shows the number of residential properties that both came on the market and went under contract in the first seventeen days of September – an indication of properties that were priced very well.

For this chart, the Charlottesville MSA is defined as Charlottesville, Albemarle, Fluvanna, Greeen and Nelson.

I’m going to try to continue these Friday charts … please let me know what you would be interested in seeing.

Update: Numbers as requested.

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  1. Brandon Green September 18, 2009 at 15:03

    Is there anyway you could add the actual numbers too? It’s easy to see the differences amongst the taller columns, but I have a hard time comparing the orange ones. Thanks!

  2. Jim Duncan September 19, 2009 at 10:19

    Brandon –

    Done. That’s one thing I dislike about Google embedded graphs/charts – on the backend the numbers show when you click, but not on the published graphs.

  3. Manassas VA Homes September 23, 2009 at 19:38

    It would be interesting to see how the trend played out until right now. Have you seen a lot of improvement?

  4. buyer September 24, 2009 at 00:00

    Could you add some more numbers and information, please?

    What types of property went to contract?
    What were the price ranges?
    Where were the properties?



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