The Tucson Housing Market November 2015
Tucson Housing Market November 2015 Update From TARMLS
Tucson Housing Market November 2015
The Tucson Housing Market November 2015 report showed sales and listings price decrease from October 2015. Active listings at the end of November were up just over 1% while and units under contract were down by .44%.
The median sales price declined 2.2% from October prices. The arrival of “snowbirds” looking for that perfect Tucson home may create upward pressure on prices. Interestingly, Days On Market decreased by 3 Days – to 60 days.
Mortgage rates moved up about 1/4 point, but 30 fixed mortgage rates remain below 4.00% in the Tucson AZ housing market. Will the Fed raise rates in December? The media is sounding a “likely” YES. Siting the job numbers as a catalyst. The message is clear, the economy continues to get better. But that depends on where you look and what you read. Increases in temporary jobs for holiday retail sales, don’t last. But the rate increase will!
We just have to wait, any further increase in mortgage rates of a quarter of a point are still very low. Home price gains continue to offset the low mortgage rates.
And now the Tucson Housing Market Report November 2015
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