Tag: home seller gains

Home Sales, Seller Profits Dip Across U.S. in First Quarter of 2022 As Price Increases Slow

Home Sales, Seller Profits Dip Across U.S. in First Quarter of 2022 As Price Increases Slow

Returns Drop for First Time in Over Two Years and Decline at Fastest Pace in 10 Years; Median U.S. Home Price Up Just 2 Percent Quarterly, to New High of $320,500 IRVINE, Calif. – Apr. 28, 2022 — ATTOM, a leading curator of real estate data nationwide for land and property data, today released its first-quarter 2022 U.S. Home Sales Report, which... Read More »
Top 10 U.S. Winter Resort Real Estate Markets For Investing In Single-Family Homes And Condos In 2022

Top 10 U.S. Winter Resort Real Estate Markets For Investing In Single-Family Homes And Condos In 2022

Analysis looks at 2021 median home prices, one and five-year home price growth, home seller dollar gains and ROI in U.S. counties where top ranked ski resorts are located, according to ZRankings.com. IRVINE, Calif. — Feb. 15, 2022 — ATTOM, a leading curator of real estate data nationwide for land and property data, today released a joint analysis... Read More »
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Top 10 U.S. Metros with Highest Home Seller Profits in 2021

Top 10 U.S. Metros with Highest Home Seller Profits in 2021

ATTOM’s just released Year-End 2021 U.S. Home Sales Report reveals that home sellers nationwide realized a profit of $94,092 on the typical sale in 2021. The report noted that figure is up 45 percent from $64,931 in 2020 and 71 percent from $55,000 two years ago. According to ATTOM’s latest home sales analysis, profits rose in more than 90... Read More »
U.S. Home Seller Profits Soar Again In 2021 As Prices Shoot To New Records

U.S. Home Seller Profits Soar Again In 2021 As Prices Shoot To New Records

Profits on Typical Sales Nationwide Rise from 34 percent to 45 Percent; National Median Home Price Jumps 17 Percent to $301,000; Homeowners Staying In Their Homes Before Selling for Shortest Period in 10 Years IRVINE, Calif. – Jan. 27, 2022 — ATTOM, curator of the nation’s premier property database, today released its Year-End 2021 U.S. Home... Read More »
Seller Profits Increase Across U.S. in Third Quarter as National Median Home Price Reaches Another Record

Seller Profits Increase Across U.S. in Third Quarter as National Median Home Price Reaches Another Record

Typical Profit Margin on Home Sales Nationwide Increases to 48 Percent, Hitting Highest Level in Past 10 Years; Returns Rise at Fastest Pace Quarterly in Seven Years and Annually in More Than a Decade; Median U.S. Home Price Jumps 16 Percent, to $310,500 IRVINE, Calif. – Nov. 4, 2021 — ATTOM, curator of the nation’s premier property database,... Read More »
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Top 10 U.S. Metros with Greatest Gains in Home Seller Profits in Q1 2021

Top 10 U.S. Metros with Greatest Gains in Home Seller Profits in Q1 2021

ATTOM Data Solutions’ newly released Q1 2020 U.S. Home Sales Report reveals that the typical Q1 2021 home sale in the U.S. generated a profit of $70,050, down from $75,750 in Q4 2020, but still up 26 percent from $55,750 in Q1 2020. According to ATTOM’s latest home sales analysis, that typical home-sale profit in Q1 2021 represented a 34.2... Read More »
U.S. Home Seller Profits Dip Slightly in First Quarter of 2021 But Remain Higher Than Year Ago

U.S. Home Seller Profits Dip Slightly in First Quarter of 2021 But Remain Higher Than Year Ago

Nationwide Seller Profit Margins Hit 34 Percent in First Quarter 2021, Up From 31 Percent in Same Period Last Year; Margins Increase Annually in Almost 90 Percent of Markets Around Nation; U.S. Median Home Price 16 Percent Higher Than Year Ago IRVINE, Calif. – Apr. 29, 2021 — ATTOM Data Solutions, curator of the nation’s premier property... Read More »

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