Wasilla Real Estate Statistics, Palmer Real Estate Statistics, and Mat-Su Real Estate Statistics. These are the statistics for the whole Mat-Su Borough. The vast majority of real estate sales occur in the Wasilla, Palmer and Big Lake areas so these make up most of the numbers.
An interesting change that I did not expect is that the total inventory actually fell for the week. In addition, there are fewer houses on the market right now than there were last year at this time.
The average prices are higher across the board and the amount of houses selling per week is similar. The only thing that looks less positive is that the Days on Market, (DOM), is up significantly. In fact, DOM is almost 40% longer than it was last year at this time.
The chart below from Alaska MLS gives a good two year overview. It shows that our market is not making any major changes. The same seasonal fluctuations are occurring that are normal for our Alaska Market. Click on the chart to enlarge.
You will notice that in December there were actually more sales than there were new listings. The bottom line is that it appears Alaska is not experiencing the real estate crashes that are seen in other parts of the country. As long as the oil price stays high, I expect that this will continue.
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