In November, the Cass County overall housing market dropped 27 percent when compared to November 2017 (52 vs. 71). The number of waterfront sales fell 54 percent (12 vs. 26). Non-waterfront home sales were down by five houses (40 vs. 45).
Year-to-date, overall home sales were down 4 percent (630 vs. 659). Waterfront home sales, year-to-date, were down by 8 percent (185 vs. 201). Non-waterfront home sales, year-to-date, were down by 3 percent (445 vs. 458).
Read more: November 2018, The Housing Market in Cass County & SWMI
Ole Man Winter put a chill on the housing sales in SWMI with an 18 percent drop in sales from October 2018 (266 vs. 324) and a 10 percent drop from November 2017 (266 vs. 295). From the end of October to the end of November 2018, the number of houses on the market dropped by 198 houses. Comparing inventory levels at the end of November, there was a 4 percent decrease from a year ago. (1539 vs. 1601).
Read more: November 2018, The Housing Market in Southwestern Michigan