Home Contract Signings Bounce Back After Declines

Home Contract Signings Bounce Back After Declines

The number of contracts to buy homes rebounded in March, according to new numbers from the National Association of Realtors. Their Pending Home Sales Index – which measures signings, not closings – saw a 1.9 percent increase from the month before. It was the first improvement following two consecutive months of declines.

Increases in Home Contract Signings Around the Country

Lawrence Yun, NAR’s chief economist, says demand from buyers is high and will likely remain high. “The increase in pending sales transactions for the month of March is indicative of high housing demand,” Yun said. “With mortgage rates still very close to record lows and a solid job recovery underway, demand will likely remain high.” Yun also believes the low supply of homes for sale will begin to recover in the coming months as more new homes are built. “Although these moves won’t immediately replenish low supply, they will be a step forward,” he said. Regionally, the South, West, and Northeast all saw month-over-month gains. The Midwest was the only region that slowed from the previous month. Click on the link for more information.

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