Posted on March 02, 2011 by Corey Hart
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New RBI Report Shows Higher Priced Detached Housing Outperforms Attached Housing Market

Rockville, MD (March 2, 2011) –  RBI, the primary source of real estate data, analytics, and business intelligence for real estate professionals in the Mid-Atlantic region, today released its 2010 year end statistical analysis for the Baltimore metro housing market. The market area includes: Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Anne Arundel County, Carroll County, Harford County, and Howard County. 

 

After numbers were tallied for 2010, units sold fell short of the 2009 total but remained relatively consistent with levels of the prior two years,” said noted housing market expert and RBI analyst Jonathan Miller.  “Because unit sales were at about half the peak levels of 2005, overall prices continued to slip.  Lower unit sales resulted from a weak employment picture and conservative mortgage lending.  There was a drop in unit sales and prices in the attached housing market sector as a result of the expiration of the federal homebuyer tax credit. In contrast, detached property prices edged higher as unit sales remained flat.”

Posted on February 15, 2011 by Corey Hart
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Posted on February 14, 2011 by Jonathan Miller
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Posted on February 14, 2011 by Jonathan Miller
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Posted on February 12, 2011 by Corey Hart
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RBI has a new system for statistical reporting. Beginning with the release of 2011 statistics, all data, including historical figures, are generated by these improved methodologies.

Why did we do this?

1. New data points - New information, such as Total Pendings, is now available. Also, the data can be analyzed by characteristics of the listing, such as sales by bank mediated status.

2. More accurate data - Some methods for calculations on prior reports were based upon flawed assumptions. These calculations are now more accurate, such as the count of Active Listings.

3. Provide new reporting - Previously, reports were limited in the data and the time frames available.  For example, Zip Code reports were not available prior to  2006. In the future, we will be able to provide new reports on geographies such as city, neighborhood or election district.

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