Radnor School District Real Estate Market October 2017

Radnor School District Real Estate Market October 2017

This post is similar to one just created for Lower Merion Township. The charts below plot data from the spreadsheet above. The X axis is always a set of price ranges. The Y axis is either months of inventory, days on the market or the sold price to original list price ratio. The data is for Radnor School District for the referenced 1 year period.

A month of inventory is the number of houses sold in a month. The relevant formula is: 

Sales per Month = Sold in Period / 12

The formula for months of inventory is:

Months of Inventory = Currently Active / Sales per Month

The Months of Inventory chart clearly shows that the supply rises significantly above $1400k. 

The Median Property Marketing Period graph shows a clear trend to a longer marketing period as the price range rises. The Sold Price / Original Price chart does not show as clear a trend as the same chart for Lower Merion but does indicate that the ratio of the sold price to the original price decreases with increasing price. 

In residential real estate, the terms buyer's market and seller's market are characterized by the amount or months of inventory on hand. Less than 6 months supply is considered a seller's market and more than 6 months is considered a buyer's market. Per these definitions, the range from $200k - $1400k is a seller's market, and the range from $1400k - $2000k is clearly a buyer's market. In short, inventory of homes in Radnor School District is low under $1400k and abundant above it. The data from the second and third charts support this conclusion.

If you are a buyer in the $200k - $1400k range, you will generally have less ability to bargain for a lower price. Above $1400k, your bargaining power is stronger. Follow the link below for more Radnor real estate stats.

Radnor School District Real Estate Statistics

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