What happened in June?
New listings exploded in June, exceeding the highs seen during last year's busy summer listing season. It's the first time we've seen this many new monthly listings in over 4 years! The total list volume of $366 million was the highest since last June 2019, which saw a record volume of $439 million. While the average listing price was down vs last June, the median list price was up, topping $2 million for only the second time since I began tracking this stat in April 2017. Three out of every 4 new listings in June was above $1 million. A staggering 36 new homes entered the market above $3 million, beating out last June's high of 30 properties in this price point. High end new listings in June included a 65 acre property with a 4,700 sq ft home in Dairy Ranches for $18.9 million, a 6,700 sq ft home in Indian Springs for $13.9 million and a 120 acre ranch with live water and panoramic mountain views, listed for just under $16 million. Only 5 properties entered the market under $500,000 in June, including 3 condos in town, all of which are already under contract. Over half of June's new listings were for single family homes. After seeing 0 lot listings in April, vacant land has been entering the market at a fast pace with 20 new listings in May and 18 in June.