12 Month Summary

Sales Volume: The sum of the sales price for all closing during the past 12 months from the reporting period end date. (single side only)
Sales: The total number of listings sold during the past 12 months from the reporting period end date
Median Price: The median sales price calculation shows the sales price that is exactly in the middle of all sales for the past 12 months from the reporting period end date. The median of a set of data is the middlemost number in the set. The median is also the number that is halfway int the set.
Average Days on Market: The average days on market of all sales for the past 12 months from the reporting period end date.
% of List Price: Sales price percentage of the original list price of all sales for the past 12 months from the reporting period end date. Example: Original price of $100,000, sales price of $98,000, sales price is 98% of the original price.
Active Listings: The number of listings that had a status of active at the end of the day of reporting period end date.
Months of Inventory: To calculate months of inventory you divide the number of sales by 12 (this gives you an average number of sales per month). Next you divide the active listings by the average number of sales per month. This number tells you at the current average monthly sales rate it will take X months to sell the current active inventory.
Under Contract: The number of listings that had a status of under contract a the end of the day or the reporting period end date.

 

Monthly Comparisons

Current/Previous/1 Year Ago Units: The total number of listings sold during the current/previous/1 year ago month based upon the reporting period end date. Example: reporting period end date = 1/31/2016 – the data will reflect sales during the month of January 2016.
Dollar volume: The sum of the sales price for all closings during the current/previous/1 year ago month from the reporting period end date. (single side only). Example: reporting period end date = 1/31/2016 – the data will reflect sales during the month of January 2016.
Median Price: The median sales price calculation for the current/previous/1 year ago month shows the sales price that is exactly in the middle of all sales for the current month from the reporting period end date. The median of a set of data is the middlemost number in the set. The median is also the number that is halfway into the set.
Ave DOM: The average number of days on market of all sales for the current/previous/1 year ago month of the reporting period end date.
% of List Price: Sales price percentage of the original list price of all sales for the current/previous/1 year ago month from the reporting period end date. Example: original price of $100,000, sales price of $98,000, sale price is 98% of the original price.

 

Year to Date

Current YTD Units: The total number of listings sold during the current year to date period based upon the reporting period end date. Example: reporting period end date = 2/29/2016 – the data will reflect sales during the months of January and February 2016.
Previous YTD Units: The total number of listing sold during the previous year to date period based upon the reporting period end date. Example: reporting period end date = 2/29/2016 – the data will reflect sales during the months of January and February 2015.
Unit Change: The difference in the number of units sold in the current yer to date when compared to eh previous year to date.
% Change (units): The percentage difference in the number of units sold in the current year to date when compared to the previous year to date.
Current YTD Median: The median price of listings sold during the current year to date period based upon the reporting period end date. Example: reporting period end date = 2/29/2016 – the date will reflect sales during the months of January and February 2016.
The median sales price calculation for the current year to date shows the sales price that is exactly in the middle of all sales for the current year to date from the reporting period end date. The median of a set of data is the middle most number in the set. The median is also the number that is halfway into the set.
Previous YTD Median: The median price of listings sold during the previous year to date period based upon the reporting period end date. Example: reporting period end date = 2/29/2016 – the data will reflect sales during the months of January and February 2016.
Median Change: The difference in the median price of units sold in the current year to date when compared to the previous year to date.
% Change (median price): The percentage difference in the median price of units old in the current year to date when compared to the previous year to date.
Current YTD Volume: The sum of sales price for all listing sold during the current year to date period based upon the reporting period end date. Example: reporting period end date = 2/29/2016 – the data will reflect sales during the months of January and February 2016.
Previous YTD Volume: The sum of sales price for all listings sold during the previous year to date period based upon the reporting period end date. Example: reporting period end date = 2/29/2016 – the data will reflect sales during the months of January and February 2015.
Volume Change: The difference in the sum of sales price for all units sold in the current year to date when compared to the previous year to date.
% Change (price): The percentage difference in the sum of sales price for all units sold in the current year to date when compared to the previous year to date.

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