Let’s take a look at April NWMLS statistics from around the sound. As usual, courtesy Tableau Software (available free to use online), the Around the Sound update is rocking sweet interactive data visualizations.
Before we get to the cool stuff, here’s the usual table of YOY stats for each of our eight covered counties as of April 2010.
One more county bumped into positive YOY territory for listings this month. Now just King, Snohimish, and Pierce are below where they were a year ago.
Hit the jump for the rest of this month’s visualizations.
The visualization below looks at closed sales in each county in April 2009 and April 2010:
April will probably be the last month we see such incredibly large year-over-year gains, since May was the first month that sales really started to pick up last year.
Here’s our comparison of median prices in each county at their respective peaks and in April 2010:
Change from Peak
Still not a lot of change here as prices have been mostly holding steady while the tax credit has been borrowing buyers from the future to sustain demand.
Seasonally Adjusted Active Supply
Snohomish County actually dipped into seller’s market territory, while every county around the sound is tilted less in favor of buyers than a year ago.