Steiner Ranch Housing Report - January 2023
This edition of How's the Market in Steiner Ranch outlines the December sales stats for Steiner Ranch. Now, I typically also recount the year-to-date statistics but you'll find those in the Year-End report. If you're going to watch just one, I recommend watching the year-end video, which can be found here. If you'd prefer to read the report, the transcript can be found below.
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This report will examine the December housing stats while the full year stats are in a separate video. If you are only going to watch one, make it the year end wrap up.
In December, 9 resale homes closed in Steiner Ranch which was down 53% from December 2021. The median price decreased 3.2% to $799,000. The average price of a home decreased 9.8% to $914,833. The average price per square foot decreased by 10% to $288.21. Again this month, the few sales make it hard to really say this is an accurate picture of the market. 6 of the 9 homes are in entry-level neighborhoods and the other three in high-end with no mid-level neighborhoods represented. I’d estimate the median currently around $850,000. While I usually look at year-to-date figures, I will defer those numbers to the year-end video which you can find in the same place you found this one.
The number of available resale homes at the end of December was 27, up 286% from last December. To be clear, that does not include homes that are under contract.
Across Steiner, the December sales ranged from a low of $577,000 to a high of $1,650,000. The average sales price to list price ratio was 97.0%. For homes that closed in December, the average days on market was 29, up from 16 last December. There were 14 contracts written in December, which is higher than I would have expected. Whether that ends up being an indicator of something, we’ll have to wait to see.
The December stats always get shortchanged a bit because the full-year numbers are much more interesting to examine. I invite you to check out that report in the same place you found this one.
Statistics based upon information from ACTRIS for the periods cited.