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ハワイ不動産売買9月のデーター発表

堅調な動きのハワイの不動産動向ですが

不動産委員会より 9月のデーター発表がありました。

今年7月のセールス中間価格最高記録と同じになった9月

Median Sales Price of Oahu Condos Tied with Record High Set in July

The median sales price for condominiums in September tied with the record median sales price set in July of this year, according to resales figures released today by the Honolulu Board of REALTORS®. The analysis conducted by the Board, using data collected from its computerized Multiple Listing Service (MLS) system, offer the following statistics:

Single-Family Home Resales  戸建

売却戸数      中間価格

Number of Sales Median Sales Price
September 2017 374  13.7%上昇 $760,000  1.3%上昇
September 2016 329 $750,000

Condominium Resales  コンドミニアム

販売数      中間価格

Number of Sales Median Sales Price
September 2017 526  2.7%上昇 $425,000  10.9%上昇
September 2016 512 $383,250

戸建の販売個数は、昨年度時期に比べますと13、7%の上昇 

中間価格は、昨年度同時期に比べて1、3%の上昇

それに対しまして、コンドミニアムの統計は、

販売個数は、2、7%上昇  中間価格は、10、9%の上昇となりました

ピークかなと言われているハワイの不動産ですが、

まだまだ世界中から人気のある堅調な動きのハワイ不動産事情です

In September 2017, the number of single-family houses sold increased by 13.7 percent compared to September 2016. The median price for single-family houses was $760,000, a slight increase by 1.3 percent from the same period last year. The number of condominiums sold in September 2017 was at 526, a 2.7 percent from September 2016. The median price for condominiums increased by 10.9 percent to $425,000, tying with the all-time record high set in July 2017. The Days on Market for single-family houses decreased by 12.5 percent from the same period last year with sales closing at an average of 14 days. Sales of condos closed at 19 days on the market, a five percent decrease from 20 days on market from September 2016.

“The median sales price for condominiums in September is once again the highest we’ve seen in less than a year as the median sales price tied with the all-time record high of $425,000 set in July 2017,” said Sue Ann Lee, president of Honolulu Board of REALTORS®. “Despite sales prices hitting the record-high twice in one year, condos and townhouses are still proving to be a popular alternative for homebuyers as evidenced by the 11.6% increase in pending sales. The continued need for affordable housing and lack of sufficient inventory to meet this growing demand can be demonstrated by the decrease in new listings and five percent decrease in Days on Market.”