As of Friday (June 11), at least 56 Bent Tree homes have sold so far in 2021.
At least 17 homes in Bent Tree have closed so far this year. At least 21 additional home sales were pending (as of yesterday).
As of yesterday afternoon, there were only three Bent Tree homes listed for sale that weren’t “under contract” or “pending”.
Here’s the explanation of a seller’s market from the Rocket Mortgage website:
What Is A Seller’s Market?
A seller’s market arises when demand exceeds supply. In other words, there are many interested buyers, but the real estate inventory is low. Since there are fewer homes available, sellers are at an advantage.
In a seller’s market, homes sell faster, and buyers must compete with each other in order to score a property. These market conditions often make buyers willing to spend more on a home than they would otherwise. Therefore, sellers can raise their asking prices. Furthermore, the increased interest means that buyers rarely have the power to negotiate and are more willing to accept properties as-is.
Due to the shortage of housing, these conditions often lead to bidding wars. During bidding wars, buyers will make competing offers and drive up the price, typically above what the seller initially asked for.
The number of homes listed for sale in Bent Tree continues to shrink. When I looked at one of my favorite real estate websites yesterday, only 22 Bent Tree homes were tagged as “ACTIVE” for sale. Of those 22, seven were already “UNDER CONTRACT” (in the due diligence period). An additional 20 homes have a “SALES PENDING” status. There are still great build-able lots available.
This shot was taken Sunday afternoon as we headed out to play nine holes. The course looks beautiful.