Showings on the national level increased 7.1 percent in August from the same period last year, according to the August 2017 ShowingTime Showing IndexTM.
The Northeast Region had the highest year-over-year increase in showings at 10.3 percent, while the West Region posted a slight month-over-month increase, unusual for August, resulting in a 4.1 percent gain. The Midwest Region was up 7.1 percent, while the South had a 4.5 percent increase in showings over August 2016.
“August continued to be busy across the country compared to last year,” ShowingTime Chief Analytics Officer Daniil Cherkasskiy said. “The South Region, as a whole, still saw a year-over-year increase despite Hurricane Harvey hitting Houston and other areas of the region. We anticipate seeing a bigger impact from Hurricane Irma on the South Region in next month’s Showing Index.”
The Showing Index, released the third week of each month, will eventually be released on a weekly basis. Local MLS indices will also become available for select markets in October, distributed to MLS and association leadership to provide them with another resource to share with members and to communicate to local media.
The ShowingTime Showing Index, the first of its kind in the residential real estate industry, is compiled using data from property showings scheduled across the country on listings using ShowingTime products and services. It tracks the average number of appointments received on an active listing during the month. ShowingTime facilitates more than 4 million showings each month.
To view the full report, visit www.showingtime.com/index.
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