Ocala area home sales for the last few months have been down from the peak months of March through August when sales were around 375 per month. See all of 2010 Ocala Marion County homes sales reports. I don’t know the reason for this decline. It can’t be the first time buyers tax credit, which expired on April 30, as claimed by the Nation Association of Realtors because sales were constant until August.
If you’re into market statistics like I am then check out the above link to all this years reports. There is an obvious decline in the $100,000- to $200,000- price range. This months sales in that range are about half of what it was in the spring of this year. Once again I have no explanation. I actually think the $100-200,000- price range is a real sweet spot. This is where you find a pretty nice house that doesn’t need much if any work.
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