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Pensacola Real Estate Market – A Look Back At This Week For 7 Years

 

December Numbers For Residential Listings 
In Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties

                  

   Dates

Homes Sold

Average Price Of Homes Sold

Average Days On Market

Dec 10-16, 2000

104

$109,000

118

Dec 9-15, 2001

121

$136,200

114

Dec 8-14, 2002

104

$134,500

128

Dec 7-13, 2003

148

$140,400

91

Dec 8-14, 2004

132

$194,000

71

Dec 11-17, 2005

162

$219,650

88

Dec 10-16, 2006

125

$194,000

108

Dec 9-15, 2007

51

$185,000

130

For my regular readers, you know I like to do weekly Pensacola real estate market updates. After doing the update for this past week, I wondered what the market looked like in past years around this time. So I ran some numbers and the results are in the table above. Note that I tried to make the week a Sunday through Saturday week. That is why there is a variation in dates.

Take a look at Pensacola homes sold. In 2007 we are at less than half of the number of Pensacola homes sold in every year since 2000. Days on market is also generally longer now than it has been. These numbers are just for your reference in making a relative comparison between today’s Pensacola real estate market and those of years past. 
 

- The table shows the weekly market data for Pensacola residential property.
- These numbers include only residential homes and condominiums in Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties that are listed in the Pensacola MLS.
- They do not include vacant land or lots, mobile homes or manufactured homes or FSBOs.
- The numbers above are created using data from the Pensacola MLS and are deemed reliable but not guaranteed

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  1. Kenny Alex

    Realistic and fantastic!!!! it’s very useful and interesting for me , I’m a newcomer in real estate field. hope that we can connect each other to have a really clear and general image about real estate market.
    thank for your sharing .

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