Oyster Creek Property Sales Overview
The median property value in Oyster Creek for December is $430,291.
Houses have increased by 0.41% for the month and decreased 0% for the year.
Rental demand is up with yields increasing in February to 5.09%, from 4.88% in January.
The number of properties sold this quarter is down on last quarter from 2 to 0. This is down on the 5 year quarterly average of 2 indicating weaker demand.
What's the median House price in Oyster Creek in December 2021?
The median property value for houses in Oyster Creek is $430,291.
This is an increase of 0.41% ($428,516) from last month.
How much does it cost to rent a House in Oyster Creek?
Rent prices in Oyster Creek are the highest they've been in 12 months at $425.
This is up 13.94% from a 12 month low of $373 in December 2020 and a 1.92% up from last month.
What's the current rental yield in Oyster Creek?
Rental yields for houses in Oyster Creek is 5.09%.
This is up from a 12 month low of 4.77% in September 2021 and down from a 12 month high of 5.22% in December 2020.
How many properties sold in Oyster Creek in February?
Total sales volume in Oyster Creek is 0, which is down from 2 in the previous quarter.
This is the same as the weakest quarter in the last 5 years which was Q2 2021 with 0 sales and -100.00% weaker than the strongest quarter in the past 5 years which saw 2 sales in Q1 2021.
How long did it take to sell a property in Oyster Creek in February?
27 days is the average time on market in Oyster Creek in December, which is the same from 27 in November and has been trending down since December 2020.
This can indicate a buyers market where sellers are finding it harder to make a sale.
Are properties selling below or above the listing price in Oyster Creek?
December sees the vendor expectation error for Oyster Creek at 0% which means, on average, places sold for 0% less than the listing price.
This is a great sign for buyers looking to negotiate.
It’s worth noting that in a hot market you might want to set your price expectations even higher than the 0% as things can move pretty quickly.