New Listings September 14
More New Listings in Salem and Beverly, not so much in Marblehead and Swampscott:
Click on these links for details:
Amd here are the latest Inventory numbers after Labor Day:
And read these recent articles:
Economic and mortgage commentary
Recession? Yes, no, maybe….
Federal Reserve tries to rewrite history
Has Inflation Peaked?
Have Mortgage Rates peaked?
Are we already in a Recession?
Federal Reserve in Fantasyland: Implications for Housing Market
Time to Consider an Adjustable Rate Mortgage
How Marblehead’s 2022 Property Tax Rate is calculated
Essex County 2022 Property Tax Rates: Town by Town guide
Is the U.S. Housing Market at a Crossroads?
Summer 2022 Market Review
August Inventory recovers to 2020 levels
Essex County Mid-Year Market Summary in 5 slides
Massachusetts Mid-Year Market Summary in 5 slides
How quickly are houses selling?
Have Home Sales slowed?
June Housing Inventory: still way below 2020 levels.
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Andrew Oliver, M.B.E.,M.B.A.
Market Analyst | Team Harborside | teamharborside.com
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Real Estate Advisor
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