There were 3,340Single Family; Condos & Town-homes closed transactions in December 2016.
That’s up by 224 closed transactions compared to November 2016.
December 2016 #’s- Resale 2,972 -89% Short Sales 162 -4.8% REO 206-6.2%
November 2016 #’s- Resale 2,789 -89.5% Short Sales 128 -4.1% REO 199- 6.4%
957 Cash Purchases (This is up by 122 from November)
1,271 Conventional Financing (This is up by 107 from November)
790 FHA Financing (This is down by 2 from November)
265 VA Financing (This is down by 9 from November)
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