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The advantages of buying a town house over a house are several. As a rule, city houses have joint charges that include outside cleaning, turf cleaning or the like. If you buy a town house, you are usually not responsible for taking good care of something outside your home, which can be very practical if you are occupied or just don't want to do it!
Also generally if you compare a city home to a single-family home of the same cost, you would expect to get more pop for your dollar in a city home. Generally you would be expecting the city home to be newer, bigger and with many or significant amenities or a more desirable position.
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Westchester and the Hudson Valley residential markets ended the year in the final part of 2017 with significant increases in the entire area, fuelled by low inventories and high levels of consumer spending. Altough sells have declined a bit due to the shortage of available houses for sales, increasing prices might be new vendors trying to get into this vendor's expanding marketing.
Westchester's residential property markets closed strongly in 2017, with a price hike, while a shortage of inventories slowed down revenue expansion. However, you can see the continuing effects of a shortage of stock, with a decline in turnover of almost 2% for the year as a whole. With over 6,100 deals sold this year, Westchester's deals are now at their highest since 2005 and almost twice as high as in 2009.
Prizes. As inventories are so low and demands remain high, we see a certain speeding up of the increase in costs. Quarterly averages, annual averages and medians rose by 5%, 4% and 3% respectively. These are welcome news for Westchester home-owners who saw small mean and medium sized falls in the last two years.
However, the mean and mid-prices are still at 2005 highs, without even taking into account it. Verifiability indices still indicate the creation of the seller's markets. Inventories have fallen again and are now at their low for over 12 years, the highest since the last sellers' markets peaked.
Similarly for the entire year, the list was withholding rates up, and the days-on-market was down, indicating that houses are moving faster and for nearer to asking priceworth. Comdos and coops. There was a more volatile trade in condos and coops. Condominiums were a boiling condominium markets, with quarterly averages above 8% and almost 5% for the year.
Turnover was down, but this is certainly due to inventories being below the three-month high. However, the co-op was more uneven, turnover increased during the year and selling rates remained relatively stable, even though inventories declined to three months levels. For the future, we anticipate that Westchester will see further significant increases in selling rates in 2018, especially if inventories remain scarce.
We expect the seller's markets to flourish in the new year, with prices close to 2005 and interest Rates close to historical lows. 3.