Press Release: Cincinnati Area Real Estate March Sales Update

Press Release

Cincinnati Area Board of Realtors®

 

The following press release was sent to the local media today at 10:20 a.m.

 

April 19, 2012

 

Contact:          Tom Hasselbeck, CABR President, 513-829-0044 , 513-607-3868 [cell]

                        Gene Snavley, CABR Exec.Vice President, 513-543-2211 [cell]

 

Home Sales Up 9 Months in a Row;

Year-to-Date Sales Up 9%

            Local home sales in March – for the 9th consecutive month – improved over a year ago. Sales in March totaled 1,505 units, a 1% gain over the same month a year ago when 1,490 homes were sold.

            “Mortgage rates remain at historical lows, the housing inventory is increasing and higher consumer confidence were all contributing factors that helped prospective buyers to stop looking and buy,” said Tom Hasselbeck, president of the Cincinnati Area Board of Realtors.

            Local mortgage rates in March averaged 4.01%.  That’s down from 4.82% a year ago.  This week, they’re at 3.87%. 

            Average home sale price last month was $144,346, up +8.44% from a year earlier. “This is a result of more sellers putting their homes on the market and buyers taking advantage of this newer inventory,” said Hasselbeck. 

            The first quarter is generally the weakest sales period of the year for closings. This year, however, the first three months are up nearly 9% from a year earlier.  “This is a great start to what looks to be a very positive 2012 for home sales with an improving economy,” said Hasselbeck.     

            The local housing inventory has been on a growth path since December.  “We have seen an increase in the number of non-lender involved inventory and buyers are excited about this,” said Hasselbeck.  “This means that when you combine low interest rates, higher consumer confidence and great housing values, now — more than ever — is a great time to buy.” 

            To help further stimulate the local real estate market, this weekend Realtors will be participating in the tri-state Open House Weekend, April 21-22.  This is an opportunity for buyers to visit homes they may be interested in and for sellers to open their doors to those potential buyers.

March Home Sales

 

Summary of Single Family and Condominium Sales

Multiple Listing Service of Greater Cincinnati

Cincinnati Area Board of Realtors®

 

March Home Sales

 

                                                            Closings          Gross Volume         Average Price          

                        March 2012                  1,505              $217,240,287              $144,346

March 2011                 1,490              $198,332,403              $133,109        

Variance          +1.01%                        +9.53%                +8.44%

 

 

Year-to-Date Home Sales

 

                                                            Closings          Gross Volume          Average Price         

Jan-Mar. 2012                3,662             $505,716,979            $138,099                

Jan-Mar. 2011                3,361             $464,846,681             $138,306        

                                     Variance           +8.96%                      +8.79%                 – 0.15%

 

 

Nationwide, March home sales were down 2.6% from February on a seasonally

adjusted basis, but up 5.2% from March 2011.

 

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Home Price Index (HPI): Home Values Rising Nationwide

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Home Price Index (HPI): Home Values Rising Nationwide

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Home Price Index off less than 20% from April 2007 housing peakAre home prices rising or falling? It’s a tough question — especially because the answer depends on where you get your facts. It also matters  how old those facts just happen to be.

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HPI Rises 0.3% In February

Each month, the government’s Federal Home Finance Agency — the overseer of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac — publishes the Home Price Index.

The Home Price Index measures the change in appraised value of the same home between successive FHFA-backed transactions (i.e. home purchase, home refinance), then uses those changes to track home valuations nationwide.

According to the Home Price Index, home values rose a seasonally-adjusted 0.3 percent between January and February 2012, and up 0.4% since last February. The data runs counter to Standard & Poor’s Case-Shiller Index which shows home values in decline.

The February Case-Shiller Index has values down more than 3 percent since last year.

In contrast to the HPI, Case-Shiller uses purchase contracts only; tracks single-family homesales only; and accounts for home sales in just a handful of cities nationwide.

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Colorado, Arizona Among Top States

Like everything in real estate, home values are a local phenomenon. In February, not every U.S. region show rising values.

According the Home Price Index, some areas experienced relatively large gains — the Mountain Region gained 1.9% in February — and others experiences relatively large losses. The West North Central Region shed 1.0 percent.

Other regional highlights include :

  • New England Region (Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut) : + 0.8%
  • Pacific Region (Hawaii, Alaska, Washington, Oregon, California) : -0.9%
  • South Atlantic Region (Delaware, Maryland, District of Columbia, Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida) : 0.9%

Even regional notes, however, aren’t telling enough. On a city-by-city basis, and on a street-by-street level, housing markets can vary.

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The Flaw In The Home Price Index

As a home buyer or seller, published data showing “rising home values” or “falling home values” may be interesting, but it’s not necessarily relevant. Most home valuation trackers — including the government’s Home Price Index and the private sector Case-Shiller Index — come standard with a severe, built-in flaw.

Both used “aged” data.

Today, the calendar reads May. Yet, we’re still discussing February’s housing data. Data from February has little value buyers and sellers in May’s housing market. And, even then, characterizing the data as “from February” is somewhat of a stretch. This is because the home values used in both the Home Price index and the Case-Shiller Index are collected from actual mortgage transactions, which are recorded at closing — not at the time of sale.

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This affects valuation trackers because on a purchase, the sale price is often agreed upon 45-60 days prior to closing. Yet, those values don’t reach the Home Price Index or the Case-Shiller Index until two month later. For refinances, the lag between appraisal and closing is typically 30 days.

Therefore, when we look at the Home Price Index and Case-Shiller Index reports, what we’rereally seeing is a snapshot of housing as it was 5 months ago. Data like that is of little relevance to today’s buyers and sellers. Today’s real estate market is driven by today’s supply-and-demand — not February’s.

The Home Price Index and Case-Shiller Index are useful gauges for economists and law-makers looking at long-term trends. For buyers and sellers, though, they’re less relevant. Real-time data is what matters most.

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Conclusion

Whether you’re buying a home or refinancing one, home valuations matters. But, so do mortgage rates. Rising mortgage rates will do more to change your home affordability than rising home prices ever could. A 1% rise in mortgage rates takes 11 percent off your purchasing power.

Take a look at today’s low mortgage rates. Plan your budget accordingly.

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Press Release: Cincinnati Area Real Estate February Sales update

Press Release

Cincinnati Area Board of Realtors®

The following press release was sent to the local media today at 10:20 a.m.

March 21, 2012

 

Contact:          Tom Hasselbeck, CABR President, 513-829-0044 , 513-607-3868 [cell]

Gene Snavley, CABR Exec.Vice President, 513-543-2211 [cell]

 

Home Sales Up 18.6% in February;

Year-to-Date Sales Up 15%

Local home sales in February – for the 8th consecutive month – improved over a year ago. Sales in February totaled 1,155 units, an 18.58% gain over the same month a year ago when 974 homes were sold.

“Mortgage rates remain at historical lows, the housing inventory is increasing and the mild winter were all contributing factors that helped prospective buyers to stop looking and buy,” said Tom Hasselbeck, president of the Cincinnati Area Board of Realtors. An improving job market has boosted optimism.  Favorable stock market activity also has been a plus for consumer confidence, he added.

Local mortgage rates in February averaged 3.91%.  That’s down from 5.04% a year ago.  This week, they’re at 4.05%.

Average home sale price last month was $130,087, down -9.01% from a year earlier. “This is a result of buyers continuing to take advantage of lower-priced, lender-owned and short sale property,” said Hasselbeck.  “We are, however, beginning to see increasing numbers of sellers put their homes on the market where a lender is not involved, which is a positive thing.”

Nationwide, February home sales were down 0.9% from January on a seasonally adjusted basis, but up 8.8% from February 2011.

January and February generally are the weakest sales months of the year. This year, however, the first two months have been very strong.  This is a great start to what looks to be a very positive 2012 for home sales with an improving economy.

The NAR Housing Affordability Index recently reached an all-time high of 206.1, in January.  An index of 100 means that a family with a median family income is able to afford a median priced home with a 20% down payment. The higher the index number, the greater the household can afford.  “Our current local market affordability is over 300,” said Hasselbeck. “This means that when you combine the low interest rates, higher consumer confidence and great housing values, now — more than ever — is a great time to buy,” said Hasselbeck.

 

 

 

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February Home Sales

Summary of Single Family and Condominium Sales

Multiple Listing Service of Greater Cincinnati

Cincinnati Area Board of Realtors®

 

February Home Sales

                                                            Closings          Gross Volume         Average Price          

Feb. 2012                     1,155              $150,250,634              $130,087

Feb. 2011                        974              $139,254,156              $142,971

Variance        +18.58%                        +7.90%                 -9.01%

 

 

Year-to-Date Home Sales

 

                                                            Closings          Gross Volume          Average Price         

Jan-Feb. 2012                2,151             $287,684,291             $133,744

Jan-Feb. 2011                1,871             $266,514,278              $142,445

Variance         +14.97%                      +7.94%                 – 6.11%

 

 

Nationwide, February home sales were down 0.9% from January on a seasonally

adjusted basis, but up 8.8% from February 2011.

ODOT Brent Spence Bridge UPDATE:

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OHIO DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

OFFICE OF COMMUNICATIONS – 505 S. SR 741, Lebanon, OH 45036

http://www.dot.state.oh.us

Public Hearing for Brent Spence Bridge Project

LEBANON, Ohio (March 20, 2012) – The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) and Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT), in cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration, have issued an Environmental Assessment (EA) and Draft Section 4(f) Evaluation for the Brent Spence Bridge Replacement/Rehabilitation Project.

ODOT and KYTC will conduct public hearings on April 24, 2012, and April 25, 2012, that will afford the public an opportunity to comment on the project. The meetings will be held from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. EDT with a 10-15 minute presentation by the project team at 5:30 p.m., followed by a question and answer period. The public hearings will be held at Longworth Hall, 700 West Pete Rose Way, Cincinnati, OH 45203, on April 24, 2012, and at the Northern Kentucky Convention Center, 1 West Rivercenter Boulevard, Covington, KY 41011, on April 25, 2012.  In Covington, free public parking for hearing attendees will be provided at the River Center Parking Lot.  Parking vouchers will be distributed at the hearing.  Project team representatives will be available before and after the presentation to discuss the project. A court reporter will be available to record comments.

Preferred Alternative I for the project is on existing I-71/I-75 with additional travel lanes north of Kyles Lane.  Access from the interstate to Covington will be through a collector-distributor (C-D) roadway at 12th, 9th and 5th Streets.  Access from Covington to the interstate will be at 4th Street and 12th Street. In Ohio, a local C-D roadway will be constructed along both sides of I-75.  The proposed improvement includes a new double-deck bridge built just west of the existing Brent Spence Bridge.  The existing Brent Spence Bridge will be rehabilitated to carry I-71 and local traffic. The Preferred Alternative includes the Western Hills Viaduct Tight Urban Diamond Interchange.

In addition to comments about the Preferred Alternative, KYTC and ODOT are also seeking comments on the proposed mitigation measures for impacts to historic resources (Lewisburg Historic District and Longworth Hall), and recreational resources (Goebel Park and Queensgate Playground and Ballfields) as a result of the project.

In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), if anyone has a disability and will require assistance, please notify Keith Smith, ODOT Environmental Engineer, of the necessary requirements no later than April 17, 2012.  This request does not have to be in writing.  Please call 513-933-6590 or mail request to The Ohio Department of Transportation, District 8, 505 South SR 741, Lebanon, OH  45036.

The public hearing will be held in compliance with Executive Order 12898 and Title IV of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Section 601 of 42 USC 2000(d)) which states that “No person in the United States shall be excluded from participation in or otherwise discriminated against on the grounds of race, color, or national origin under any program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.” Information on the project can be found at www.brentspencebridgecorridor.com

For more information, contact Sharon Smigielski, District 8 Communications, at (513) 933-6511

Or Nancy Wood, at (859) 341-2700

 

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Mortgage and Housing sales data update

Existing Home Sales Rose 5% in December:

Home sales rose in December to the highest pace in nearly a year. The gain coincides with other signs that show the troubled housing market improved at the end of last year.

The National Association of Realtors said Friday that sales increased 5 percent last month to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 4.61 million, the best level since January 2011 and the third straight monthly increase.

Sales are increasing at a time when the market is flashing other positive signs. Mortgage rates are at record-low levels. Homebuilders have grown slightly less pessimistic because more people are saying they might be open to buying a home this year. And home construction picked up in the final quarter of last year.

The median sales price rose 2.3 percent to $164,500 in December.

What Happened to Rates Last Week?

Mortgage backed securities (MBS) lost -91 basis points from last Friday to the prior Friday which moved mortgage rates upward.
The biggest economic surprise was the large decrease in the weekly Initial Jobless Claims data which is certainly positive for the economy, but negative for bonds.
But the real catalyst was a change in market sentiment that Greece’s bond holders were close to accepting the new terms of a “voluntary” hair cut of 60% to 70% on what they are owed. This removed some of the “fear factor” premium in bonds that have kept mortgage rates artificically low for the past 8 weeks.

What to Watch Out For This Week:

The following are the major economic reports that will hit the market this week. They each have the ability to affect the pricing of Mortgage Backed Securities and therefore, interest rates for Government and Conventional mortgages. I will be watching these reports closely for you and let you know if there are any big surprises:

Courtesy of

Stephanie Halpin

Fairway Mortgage

A Foreclosure purchaser may own nothing.

Problems with a foreclosure case are inherited by the buyer of the property. If liens are missed, the buyer owns the property with liens on it.

In fact, the defects in the foreclosure case can be so big that the buyer may not get ANY interest in the property at all.

Without the title insurance, Buyers have no protections from foreclosure mistakes. Buyers cannot go after the prior owner, the Court or the attorney. They simply must deal with the problems they just inherited. And as I have noticed, the problems keep increasing.

A buyer of one such property was told he had a complete failure of title and could not sell the property because he did not own the property.  He sued. The result is below.

“In a much anticipated decision by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, the court held that a third party purchaser at a foreclosure sale did not hold title to a property that had improperly been foreclosed upon by the foreclosing lender.” – The Legal Description October, 2011

So, after all the time and attorney fees to bring this case to the State Supreme Court, the Buyer still ended up with nothing.
To add to the problem, when buying from a Bank, the closing is often handled by the title agency that performed the foreclosure and missed the liens the first time. They probably won’t catch anything new the second time around.

Make sure Buyers understand the importance of insuring their title. Even if your client is buying the property from someone who bought out of foreclosure or from the Bank, they still want the title insurance.
 
Nick

 
Nicholas D. Perrino
Attorney at Law
Prodigy Title Agency
8080 Beckett Center Dr. #318
West Chester, OH 45069
513  870-9070 PH
513  870-9071 FX
http://www.ProdigyTitle.com
 

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