Market reports that all investors should be looking at

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https://altos.re/r/85542a0   

Here is the city were we currently building out a 23 home project.

we are priced new construction at 439k to  469k  exactly the sweat spot..

we have only 5 left after starting the year with 21 to sell..

this project will start to finish in just about 1 years time.

although from the time I put the first deposit on the dirt to the time we went vertical took two years.. so total 3 year process.

 

And lastly the town I live in

https://altos.re/r/15fd2d9

you can see this is upper end for the PDX area and things are softening on the 1 mil plus.

I am thinking of taking my chips off the table pretty soon... I think the majority of the run up in this city has happened..

5 years ago the median was closer to 700k..  

Its these reports I monitor each week to get a feel of where things are going is it still a sellers market and is the trend going to buyers or neutral.

 

Hi Jay,

Nice suggestion. Out of curiosity, do you subscribe to any national brokerage reports? i.e. CBRE, Colliers, etc.

Thanks for sharing.  Lots of good info here!

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