Jupiter home prices make nice jump in March
The median price of a single family home in the Jupiter area was up 2.4% as of April 1st. While that is a solid monthly increase it really is just the latest “yo-yo” like move that has kept prices essentially flat over the past year. As of today, the median priced single family home in the Northern Palm Beaches sits at $435,300. Last year, at this time, that same median priced home was worth $432,500. So, over the past year a gain of about 6/10’s of 1%. Hardly worth talking about.
Not even a week into the month of April, inventory levels continue to move lower which is a good sign if you are hoping for prices to increase. Pending home sales have made big jumps over each of the past 3 months and while not moving higher, have held their own, so far in April. Another sign for prices remaining strong.
The average overnight rate on a 30 year conforming loan sits at 3.95% this morning. That is down 22 basis points since the Fed “raised” rates back on March 15th. Keep a close eye on where they go from here as that is a huge part of the real estate picture moving forward.
Season is winding down and single family home sales will too, in about 6 weeks. June means more single family home closings that any other month here in the Jupiter area. Prices staying in a tight range, as we have been seeing, is a good sign moving forward.
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