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Real Estate Market Update, 4Q 2021

Real Estate Market Update, 4Q 2021

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4th Quarter Real Estate Market Update – Madison and Surrounding*

Exploring how sales have changed, we found that 4th quarter sales in 2021 ended with 31% less condos and 21% less single family homes sold than 3rd quarter. A normal seasonal drop around winter, but when comparing to 4th quarter 2020 there was a 10% drop in condo sales and 9.2% drop in single family homes. 

Total number of Homes & Condos for Sale (as of 11/11/2022)

Single Family Homes 160
Condos 83

4th Quarter Sales

Single Family Homes Condos
Homes Sold 1244 365
Average Days on Market 122 22
Average Price Sold $420,454 $271,734
Low Price Sold $106,000 $67,300
High Price Sold $3,130,000 $940,000

*4th quarter dates, 10/1/21 – 12/31/21, *Areas Include: Madison, Fitchburg, Verona, Middleton, Waunakee, Sun Prairie, Monona, McFarland, Cottage Grove, Source: South Central Wisconsin Multiple Listing Service. Reflects entire market share from all brokerages.

If you are thinking about selling or buying in the summer of 2021, now is the time to talk to a Realtor and put together your plan for preparation and a timeline. Our agents are experienced in guiding you through the process and helping you evaluate what is the best plan for your goals. If selling includes completing some home updates to increase your value, we can help you decide what approach is best and connect you to recommended local experts.

Selling usually includes buying a new home! One of the most common questions we get is how to navigate the timeline. There are a number of different options and we can help you figure out what will work best for you and your family.

If you are interested in learning more about Wisconsin’s housing statistics, click here. If you are interested in learning more about home sales in your specific neighborhood, we can set you up with email notifications. Email us at Info@TheAlvaradoGroup.com, let us know the neighborhood you live in and we’ll take care of the rest.

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Real Estate Market Update, 3Q 2021

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3rd Quarter Real Estate Market Update

Exploring how sales have changed, we found that 3rd quarter sales in 2021 ended with less than a 5% increase from 2nd quarter and average sale price 18% higher compared to 1st quarter. 

*Source: SCWMLS

Total number of Homes & Condos for Sale (as of 10/15/2021) - City of Madison and Surrounding*

Single Family Homes 401
Condos 119

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Real Estate Market Update, 2Q 2021

2nd Quarter Real Estate Market Update

Exploring how sales in South Central Wisconsin compared to last quarter and last year, we found that 2nd quarter sales in 2021 ended with 4,817 homes being sold. Compared to the 1st quarter of 2021, sales went up 38%, that is a normal trend as buying and selling during the spring is popular. Sales this quarter are up 8% compared to the number of homes sold in the 2nd quarter of 2020. The quarter ended with an median sale price of $300,000, which is a 11.4% increase from the 2021 1st quarter.

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Total number of Homes & Condos for Sale (as of 7/15/2021) - City of Madison and Surrounding*

Single Family Homes 318
Condos 90

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