- Looking back at January, home sales were up this year 22% over 2020, totaling 61 units sold. - The average sale price in January was $249,017, an increase of 16.7% over last year. - Inventory at the end of the month was 84 units, down from 215 units in January 2020.
All of this means, inventory in Lawrence is critically low, coming in at just 0.7 months of supply! For reference, a balanced market would be around 6 months of supply. If you've thought about selling your home, let's talk about how we can help you save with our flat-fee listing program...there's never been a better time to list!
Updates around Lawrence:
ICYMI, Lawrence Douglas County Public Health issued an order effective now that expands mass gatherings to 25 people, and allows bars and restaurants to stay open until midnight. As cases continue to decline, we look forward to the changes to come! Read the details here: https://ldchealth.org/ArchiveCenter/ViewFile/Item/546
Are you interested in exploring screen free, nature rich, and IN PERSON education for your kids? After the past year, I think many of us know that screen-based schooling is hard on both kids and parents. Prairie Moon Waldorf School meets those needs for pre-k – 8th grade, and will be holding two COVID-aware open houses soon, Feb. 27 and March 27 (both 9am-12pm). They are currently enrolling for Fall 2021, and offering a Summer day camp for 3-6 year olds as well. Learn more here: https://www.prairiemoon.org/