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Sarasota, Manatee & Charlotte Counties: Year Over Year Sales Comparison

May’s year-over-year home sales were up by nearly 20 percentage points in Sarasota County and by almost 35 percentage points in Manatee County; as inventories of available homes dropped by 13.9 and 9.6% respectively. Pending sales were basically flat in Sarasota County, rising by only .4%; but were up 16.3% in Manatee County.

In Charlotte County year-over-year sales for May were up 2.3%, pending sales were up 5.3%; and the inventory of available properties declined by 4.4%.

Sarasota, Manatee & Charlotte Counties: Year Over Year Sales Comparison (April)

Our market’s recovery continued moving forward in April. Inventories of available properties continued to decline throughout Manatee, Sarasota and Charlotte Counties; while sales were up by more than 27% in Manatee County, 19% in Sarasota County and 17% in Charlotte County. Pending sales, a strong harbinger of closed sales to come in the next 30 to 60 days, were also up significantly. Pendings were up 52% in Manatee County, 27% in Sarasota County and nearly 10% in Charlotte County.

*Data courtesy of Trendgraphix

Sarasota, Manatee & Charlotte Counties: Year Over Year Sales Comparison

In Manatee, Sarasota and Charlotte Counties, sales and pending sales for the month of February continued to paint a picture of sustained recovery across all three areas.  The number of homes for sale declined by as much as 24% (in Sarasota County) versus last year, while sales were up by as much as 27.2% ( in Manatee County); and pendings up by as much as 57.3% in Charlotte County.

*Data courtesy of Trendgraphix

Sarasota, Manatee & Charlotte Counties: Year Over Year Sales Comparison

Recent trends in the Southwest Florida real estate market—as reported by TRENDGRAPHIX—continue to show encouraging signs of a market in recovery. Year-over-year inventories of existing homes for sale are down by nearly a fifth to a quarter across all three counties of Southwest Florida; while both closed and pending sales in Sarasota, Manatee and Charlotte Counties remain steady and dramatic.

*Data courtesy of Trendgraphix

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