Rockland Real Estate Perspective

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Rockland County Real Estate Market Snapshot Week Ending 10/25/2008

Not much change in activity level when looking at the statistics in the MLS. However, anecdotal evidence from agents I've been talking to in different offices suggests that there is an increase in the number of showings listings are getting. Buyers are looking!

If you would like more specific information as to what the real estate market looks like in your Rockland County neighborhood, please email me at jennifer.mallory@kw.com. Or feel free to call me at 845-323-6247.

Rockland County Market Snapshot
Week Ending 10/25
               
Single Family   Condo   Multi Family
New Listings 47   New Listings 15   New Listings 2
Under Contract 22   Under Contract 4   Under Contract 1
Sold 17   Sold 15   Sold 2
Expired 41   Expired 12   Expired 1
Withdrawn 8   Withdrawn 3   Withdrawn 1
               
Total Active 1312   Total Active 461   Total Active 99

Statistics taken from Greater Hudson Valley MLS as of 10/26/2008.

jennifer mallory | associate broker  |  "real integrity in real estate"
keller williams hudson valley realty | 18 laurel rd, new city ny 10956  
845.639.0300 x.119 |  845.323.6247 mobile  |  www.jennifermallory.com

Comment balloon 1 commentJennifer Mallory • October 26 2008 08:07AM

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