Welcome to the December 2021 issue of our monthly market update for Southern Nevada. In this issue we will be going over November 2021 numbers.
Another month and another record for home prices! The Las Vegas housing market heated up last month during a typically slower time of the year as sales climbed and prices set a new all-time high.
There were 3,273 single-family houses that sold in November, up 6.4% from October and up 7.8% from November 2020.
The median sales price of previously owned single-family homes, went from $410,000 in October to $420,000 in November; which is up 2.4% from October and up 21.7% from the prior year.
Last month in the Luxury Market there were 142 homes that sold for $1 million and over, compared to October’s 107 homes, a 35 home increase.
The median sales price in the Luxury Market for November decreased to $1,305,000 and in October that number was $1,425,000. A $120,000 decrease in the median sales price.
So, for November we had a total of 2,851 new listings, which was down 20% from October, but up 3.1% from the prior year.
And at the same time, Southern Nevada’s inventory of available listings shrank.
There were also a total number of 2,805 single-family houses listed without offers at the end of November, which is down 14.7% from October and down 27% from the prior year.
Which brings us to the housing supply in Southern Nevada, we are now at .9 months, down 19.8% from October and down 30.7% from prior year.
76.8% of the closings for the month November was on the market 30 days or less, in October this number was at 79.9% and in November 2020, 68.8% of the homes were on the market 30 days or less.
Overall, builders closed 9,854 home sales in Southern Nevada this year through October, up 16% from the same stretch in 2020, and pulled 12,481 new-home permits, up 33%.
The median closing price last month was $440,599, up 11.5% from a year earlier.
U.S. mortgage rates remain historically low but are up from a year ago. The average rate on a 30-year home loan in October was 3.07%, up from 2.83% during the same month last year, mortgage-finance giant Freddie Mac reported.
The Federal Housing Agency (FHA) has just raised its loan limit by 18% to a maximum amount of $420,680 in most areas. In certain high-cost areas, it’s $970,800. Limits will take effect in 2022. **Max purchase price with 3.5% down is $436,000
This means your buyers can take advantage of FHA program benefits, including:
**CONVENTIONAL Mortgage loan limits are increasing AGAIN to $647,200 in 2022**
**Max purchase price with 5% down is $681,300
**Max purchase price with 3% down is $667,250
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