March was disappointing in my opinion, but overall was pretty much the same as last year. I just felt that we would see more activity than what we did, but hey, it still was not bad. The townhome market fared better than single-family homes. 80 townhomes came under contract in March, up from 58 in February, but down by a smidge from 82 in March of 2016. In the first quarter of 2016, a total of 159 townhomes came under contract, compared to 174 this year. The good news is that there were 37 townhomes available in March, up from 20 in February, but well below the 52 in March of 2016. Single family sales are pretty much the same, with 48 homes coming under contract in March, up from 27 in February and just a tad below the 51 for March of 2016. Year to Date, there have been 93 single family homes that have come under contract, down by over 5% from 98 in the same time frame last year. On the plus side, there were 88 active listings for March which is up, as usual, from 82 in February and well below the 106 for March of last year. While the numbers show an absorption rate for single family homes of over 60 days, the reality is that for homes under that $675K mark, the absorption rate is actually less than 30 days, and homes higher than that, more than 6 months. Townhomes are pretty much turning over in two weeks or less. There are a lot of factors that come into play and of course, there are exceptions to every rule, but this gives you a good idea of how the market is moving. We are happy to give you a more in-depth analysis of your specific home, just give us a call. As our market continues to unfold, I will, as usual, keep you informed.