How did Brevard County, Florida real estate sales perform in May 2012 vs. May 2011?
- One of the most noticeable items in the chart above is the existing inventory. Both single family and condominium inventory is down about 50% over last May levels. This is a good sign for sellers.
- Average selling price is climbing - more so with the condos.
- Months supply is down which will eventually lead to multiple bids as more buyers have fewer homes from which to choose.
Statistics reported above provided by the Florida Realtors.
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