Braemar Property Value Report: May-June 2021 (Ryan Homes)
Ah Monday…my favorite day of the week. Ever since becoming a Bristow Real Estate Agent, I have loved the start of the work week and today is no exception. While my travels today had me outside of Bristow, helping buyers who had once sold in Braemar, but relocated to Locust Grove, I am happy to end my day doing what I do best…helping Braemar home owners.
What I bring to you today is the Braemar Property Value Report for houses built by Ryan Homes in our neighborhood. This particular edition focuses on the sales between May and June, and then provide updated six and twelve month data points that allow us to decipher the direction of the market. Let’s get right to it.
There were five Ryan Homes that sold in Braemar in May and June. The details of those sales are listed below:
There is a large variation in sold price in the five sales, ranging from $536,000 to $740,000. The variation, in large part, comes the variety in home sizes that Ryan Homes offered in Braemar. Another factor, of course, is the finishes each home offers on the market.
Taking these sales and combining them with the entire past twelve months of Ryan Home sales in Braemar, the six and twelve month data points show signs of a very healthy seller’s market.
Starting with the sold price column, we see that both the six month average and six month median sold prices are higher than their respective twelve month values. This means that Ryan Homes in Braemar are continuing to gain value in the seller’s market.
The seller subsidy column is where we learn how much closing cost assistance buyers were able to negotiate from their sellers. In all but the twelve month average, the answer was zero. And the twelve month average only has a value because ONE Ryan Home sale, out of fifteen that happened in the past twelve months, gave $3,000 in seller subsidy. That sale was in September 2020. There has been no seller subsidy given in Ryan Home sales since. In the seller’s market with so little inventory, buyers are having to forego many requests to make their offers strong enough to be chosen in multiple offer scenarios.
Days on market needs no real analysis. Down the line from six month average and median to twelve month average and median, the number of days it took to go under contract was four. Obviously, some of the more recent sales took longer, but average and median values are so steady it is scary.
If you placed your Ryan Home on the market, priced to current conditions, you could expect it to be under contract in less than one week. You could also expect to give nothing in seller subsidy.
As I type this, I have noticed in July that buyer demand is decreasing a bit. Still, buyers outnumber sellers, but not by as much as before. What has likely happened, as does every July and August, is that sellers rush to sell when school is out while buyers go on summer vacation. Expect things to heat back up in the fall.
The next Braemar Property Value Report will be out in September. Until then, if the need arises to sell your home, get in touch with me. Sellers are leaving money on the table in many deals in this seller’s market. By hiring inexperienced, or cut rate agents that put zero effort into marketing a property or giving seller’s notes on getting a home market ready, buyer enthusiasm lacks. My job is to create buyer enthusiasm to get the max ANY market will alow. It is done with proper listing preparation and professional marketing. My efforts don’t wane because buyer demand is high. Since 2005, No One Knows Braemar Better!