Let’s dive into some recent real estate trends we’ve been seeing.

Here’s what’s happening in the real estate market in October 2021.

1. Rents Are Skyrocketing

If you’re a landlord, it’s good news all around. The eviction ban finally ended, and rents are at record highs for real estate. According to Realtor.com, they jumped by 11.5% between August 2020 and August 2021, marking the first double-digit increase on record. Rents are even more expensive than starter homes in many American cities.

The average rent for the month clocked in at $1,633, up $169 a month. Two-bedroom apartments saw the biggest jump, at 12.3% over the year. Those rents now hover just under $1,830 per month.

2. Buying Activity Is Slowing Down

It seems competition is finally starting to wane. It might be the start of school, the threat of rising mortgage rates, or maybe buyers are finally getting burned out on the market. Whatever it is, it’s seeming easier to buy a home these days.

Existing home sales are down 2% for August, the first decline in over a year, and overall sales fell 6%. What’s more? The bidding war rate is the lowest it’s been all year. Currently, just over half of all buyers face a bidding war.

3. Home Prices Continue On Their Tear

Don’t let that dwindling competition fool you. Just because some buyers are stepping back doesn’t mean homes aren’t selling. They definitely are — and often at a premium.

According to the most recent House Price Index from the Federal Housing Finance Agency, national home prices are up over 19% as of July compared to last year. Between June and July alone, they rose 1.4%.

Homes in the Mountain division of the Census — which includes Arizona, Colorado, Utah, Idaho, New Mexico, Montana, Nevada, and Wyoming — saw the biggest jump in prices. Those are up a shocking 25.6%.

4. Foreclosures Are Rising

The foreclosure moratorium is officially in the rearview, and lenders acted fast. According to ATTOM Data Solutions, August saw a 27% jump in foreclosure filings — and that’s just compared to July. Over the year, they rose 60%.

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