Madison NJ Real Estate – Closed Sales for MAY 2012

Madison NJ Real Estate – Closed Sales for MAY 2012


May’s Closed Sales volume was up for the month, as well as for the Year-to-Date. Read here to find out the very latest information on your local Madison NJ Real Estate market!


June 19, 2012 – Closed Sales for the month of May were up dramatically in Madison NJ. Sales increased by 150% for the month of May as compared to this same period last year, (10 homes sold in 2012 vs 4 sold in 2011). The Year-to-Date figures through May were also up moderately by 5% with 39 homes sold in 2012 vs 37 for the same period in 2011.

It is still too soon to tell if this positive trend will be a lasting one, although the pending sales volume for June looks like the market will maintain its current pace at least for the short term.

There has rarely been a time where both prices and interest rates were so low. Combine these two factors with a relatively high inventory of homes to choose from and you have the perfect conditions for a robust and steady housing recovery. The general state of the economy along with a high rate of foreclosures and distressed properties are expected to keep prices low for several more years as this inventory eventually gets cleared out.

There is a certain amount of “pent-up demand” on both the buying and selling side of this market as many buyers and sellers have been sitting on the fence for several years now and see that the pendulum is beginning to swing in the other direction and as a result, they are taking action.

Look below to see the individual homes that sold in Madison NJ for the month of MAY in 2012.  Also shown below is a year to year comparison bar graph for homes SOLD in the month of MAY over the past 5 years, followed by another graph illustrating the amount of homes that have SOLD Year-to-Date through May through the same period.

Madison NJ Real Estate - Closed Sales for May Bar Graph

A Year to Year Comparison of Homes SOLD in Madison NJ in MAY 2008 through 2012

Madison NJ Real Estate - YTD Closed Sales through May 2012 Bar Graph

Year to Year Comparison of Homes SOLD YTD in Madison NJ through MAY 2008 to 2012

(Double click on spreadsheet for an enlarged view)

Madison NJ Real Estate - Detailed List of Closed Sales - May 2012

Detailed List of All Homes SOLD in Madison NJ for MAY 2012

For similar information on the prior period, please go to:

Madison NJ Real Estate – Closed Sales First Quarter 2012

Madison NJ Real Estate – Closed Sales APRIL 2012


There are many factors that make up the differences in local real estate markets, even from town to town and especially in a small state such as New Jersey. This is why it is important for both buyers and sellers to obtain the latest “local” market data before they make any real estate decisions.


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