The Data through April 30th, 2019 is INCOMPLETE as PPAR had an error in the Reporting Software that miscalculated Active Listings on the market as well as New Listings in the month of April. So the data you see here are estimates, better known as shots in the dark. The bottomline in May: The market for sellers has literally never been healthier. The time-to-sell rate for all listings is at an all-time low, 1.1 months of inventory. The number of units closed in April was the highest number in April, all-time. And average price has ascended to $371,000. Saying that: expectations are for robust sales until Father’s Day, with a slowing in purchasing beginning around mid-June. Appreciation for 2019 is likely plateauing as well. So if you are a seller, don’t count on prices getting that much higher for the next 6-10 months, nor the opportunity to sell quickly for maximum dollar. If you’re a buyer, some relative “relief” likely is around the corner: listing activity usually stays strong into mid July and inventory levels will rise over the next 60 days as relocation buying traffic thins. Last year, the threat of high-interest rates slowed the summer market. This year, the expectation is for stable rates into the Fall.