Allen Tate Company Introduces Market Trends Snapshot

13 Jun

New market-specific videos capture micro-market data

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Real estate data is highly specific. What’s hot – and what’s not – varies by region, city, ZIP code and even neighborhood. Now, Allen Tate Company, the Carolinas’ real estate leader, has a new resource to help buyers, sellers and homeowners understand the micro-market picture.

Market Trends is a short, video snapshot about real estate market activity for a specific market area or ZIP code. Updated monthly, the video uses local MLS data and combines it with animated infographics to give consumers a current and engaging look at a targeted market area, including month-over-month comparisons. Each Market Trends video includes data on active inventory; median listing price; days on market; median sales price; and units sold.

Allen Tate currently offers Market Trends for 50 local markets in the Charlotte, Triad, Triangle and Upstate SC regions. The free video snapshots can be accessed via the Home page of allentate.com, or on select Property Details pages for areas where Market Trends is available.

Market Trends is an excellent consumer-driven tool to learn about a specific market area, such as Dilworth, Mebane, North Raleigh or Greer,” said Pat Riley, Allen Tate Company president and chief operating officer. “It’s a short, engaging snapshot full of great information – a good starting point for someone just exploring the market, or a nice data resource for someone currently working with a Realtor®.”

For more information about Market Trends or to contact an Allen Tate Realtor®, visit allentate.com.

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