Pinellas County FL Real Estate Statistics

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Pinellas County residential real estate average sale price

This month I’d like to present you with a variety of statistics in different forms, along with an overall statistic report, to find out which you feel are most useful to you.  I’ll be including the graphs I have been using all along at the very end to show the overall sales in the county for the last 6-7 years in addition to some new ones I now have access to. I have the ability now to break down the statistics by zip code and if you’re planning to buy or sell it’s more useful to have the market statistics for your area than for the overall county. You can help me by leaving a comment below to let me know which one(s) you find easiest to understand and most useful.

This first set are ‘gauge’ statistics (kind of like the fuel gauge on your car’s dashboard). The new statistics come out around the 10th of each month and these will update automatically on my site when the new ones come out.

These look at a specific statistic and compare it to the 5 year average of that same statistic and show if it is currently above the 5 year average (more to the right and in the grey area) or below it (more to the left and in the colored area):

     
The next set are line graphs. These show a line graph for a specific statistic over certain period of time. I’m only using one statistic below but showing you the various periods of time. This graph can show the statistic for all types of properties, for just homes/villa or just condos/townhouses or comparing both on the same graph. I will use a larger size when posting these for you but for now I’m using a smaller size just to give you an idea of how it looks. If you like this statistic leave me a comment below to let me know which of the periods you find to be most useful:

Year to Date


1 Year


2 Years


3 Years


5 Years

Here is an example showing both types of properties for the 5 year period on the same graph but as separate lines:

And then there is the overall report I debuted last month. This can also be done for each zip code and can be done just for homes/villas or condos/townhouses. This is the one I showed last month which is for condos and townhouses in the 33767 (Clearwater Beach) area and was for the month of July:

Here are the graphs I normally provide you each month showing the sales and inventory from Jan 2007 through last month. These still show a strong market which is still a seller’s market, however, the typical fall slowdown has started and there are also more sellers deciding to sell their properties which has resulted in a slight increase in inventory. This is resulting in a slower increase in prices and a movement toward a more normal market. (Click on either graph to see if full-sized.)

Pinellas County residential real estate sales chart Jan 2007 thru Sep 2013

Pinellas County residential real estate inventory graph Jan 2007 thru Sep 2013

Information for charts above was taken from PRO/Suncoast MLS from Jan 2007 thru May 2011 & from the MFRMLS for May 2011 thru September 2013. This information may or may not include all listed expired, withdrawn, pending or sold properties of one or more members of the My Florida Regional Multiple Listing Service.

Now I need your feedback! Please let me know which of the new statistic graph and/or report formats you find most easy to understand and most useful to you. You can list them by commenting below and you’re welcome to put as many as you wish. The choices are:

Gauge statistics

Line statistics (make sure to state which time period you prefer and if you prefer the single type or combined)
Year to Date
1 Year
2 Years
3 Years
5 Years
Single Type (only home/villa or condo/townhouse on one graph)
Combined (line for home/villa statistic and condo/townhouse statistic both on same graph

Full Report

Thanks for your feedback and starting next month I’ll begin to make these available to you!

17 Responses to "Pinellas County FL Real Estate Statistics"
  1. Ron Nedd says:

    Hi Brian, Thanks for your feedback. I don’t know of any graphs available showing the low, average and high but will look out for any that might in the future.

  2. Ron Nedd says:

    Thanks Bonnie. I will keep doing the ones I always have been that you like but plan to add others that might provide additional info.

  3. Ron Nedd says:

    Hi Budi, Thanks for the feedback. It will be interesting to see which ones people like best as I get in more comments.

  4. Ron Nedd says:

    Thanks Barb, So far it appears the line graphs are more popular than the gauge ones but I’ll have to wait to get all the feedback to be sure.

  5. Jon Mayo says:

    Ron,
    I don’t like the ‘gas gauge’ report – prefer the line graphs. I would like to add that I very much like your reports.

    • Ron Nedd says:

      Hi Jon, Thanks for the feedback and the compliment on the reports. Hope you and Sheila are doing well. Let me know when you’re in town so we can get together sometime. -Ron

  6. Jon Laubscher says:

    Ron,

    I find all of the charts easy to follow and understand, except for the first set–the gauges. In general I like the single item charts a little better thatn the ones with multiple lines and colors.

    • Ron Nedd says:

      Hi Jon, Thanks for putting in this comment. It’s very helpful to find out what people find most useful so I’m providing what they want and not what they don’t. -Ron

  7. Ron Nedd says:

    Hi Gina! Thanks for letting me know. Most people so far don’t like the gauges. I appreciate you letting me know that you like the ones with single lines best. -Ron

  8. MARIA DEAN-RICUPA says:

    I like the line statistics best. 5 year/combined. Easiest to read. 🙂 Love ya Ron! xox

    • Ron Nedd says:

      Hi Maria! Thanks for that feedback. I will stop by to see you, Sergio and Elmo at some point but until then I send you all my best. Ron

  9. Maureen Fahey says:

    Line graph single year to date and one year. Gauge statistics way too confusing for me.

  10. Lora says:

    Ron,
    I believe that the bar graph and the inventory graph that you have been sending is still the way go. I loved the gauge graphs because they were different, but when it comes to obtaining the information for home purchase, I believe people will want information presented in a way that is familiar.

  11. Sandy says:

    Hi Ron,

    Prefer the 2 year line graph/single type.

    I expected to see information on the Biggert-Water Ins. Reform Act in your newsletter.
    I know this will certainly make me very cautious in checking out the flood zones before
    we purchase our home in Florida. Yikes!!! Keep up the fantastic work you are doing love,
    love, love everything that you do! Job well done Ron!!!

    • Ron Nedd says:

      Hi Sandy, Thanks for the feedback on the graphs and for the positive comments about the info I provide. Looking forward to seeing you again soon. -Ron

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