The Santa Clara housing market in May experienced 47 single-family homes that closed escrow, which is 12 less than closed escrow in the previous month of May.

The average price of a home sold in May was $1.97M which is about $69K lower than last month’s figure of $2.04M. The median price home sold was $1.95M, about $44K higher than the median price in May.

The average cost per square foot saw an increase from $1321 per Sq. Ft. to $1329 per Sq. Ft. All of the 47 homes sold in May, 43 sold over the list price.

On average homes that sold did so at 17.34% over asking compared to 19.26% over asking in the previous month.
We started the month of May with 40 active single-family home listings and finished with 45 active single-family homes for sale in all of Santa Clara.

The Market has Shifted

In last month’s market report we discussed how homes are taking longer to sell and there are more homes on the market.

This month we have what could be categorized as the biggest market shift we have seen in decades.

With interest rates reaching heights not seen since 2007 and stock market indices retracting back to September 2020 levels, we have seen a significant drop in home values.

Values have dropped from their peaks, and are likely to drop further.

As of this article, there are around 60 single-family homes on the market in Santa Clara.
For more information about how this occurred, you can view my latest video on the market shift.

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Home Values Have Dropped

It’s difficult to pinpoint how much values have decreased from their tops. I would put it around 15-20% at the moment.

There is one case in the Bowers crest neighborhood where a 3 bedroom 2 bath home was sold for $1.92M which closed in May. A recent sale in that neighborhood will close around $1.65M.

There are currently 4 homes that are active in Bowers Crest listed between $1.4M and $1.5M and have been so for a few weeks.

As demand weakens homes are languishing on the market, increasing inventory and putting downward pressure on prices.

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The Altos Research Market Action Index for single-family homes in Santa Clara has decreased to 82 from 86 where it was last month. For more detailed reports on Santa Clara and Santa Clara Zip codes, you can access the reports here.

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Seasonal Trends:

We are in the Summer market which tends to have the highest levels of inventory.

In previous months the buyers were absorbing the new inventory well and as a result, inventory stayed low.

Currently, inventory is rising steadily. With 60 single-family homes on the market its double the levels we had in early March.  We can expect inventory levels of homes for sale to continue to rise as we progress into July and August.

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Other Factors in the Market:

Mortgage rates made another significant jump after the FED’s recent decision to raise rates .75 points.

In our market, this tends to have a compound effect on buyers. Interest rates slow the economy which in turn leads to significant selling in the stock market.

Our high real estate values rely on cheap or low rates. As rates increase it becomes more difficult for home buyers to continue to afford already high real estate prices.

Perhaps the biggest factor and the most important is the attitude of buyers in the market. Many have paused their home search, weary that prices may fall further or concerned about the economic conditions and jobs.

Either way its a vast shift from the attitudes that were driving the market just two months ago.

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What Can We Expect Moving Forward?

Buyers, it’s a great time to buy a home, and I rarely say that.

What I mean is the conditions are such that you can really shop. Will values go down further, it’s very likely yes. Will values eventually come back again that would be a yes.

The timing of all this is hard to say, and as a buyer timing the market can be tough. Just like the market shifted suddenly and prices dropped, there will come a time when inventory is low, interest rates drop, and multiple offers return.

So as always proceed cautiously, be picky, and make smart decisions.

Understand that rates will eventually drop. There is lots of debate about how soon this will happen, but I suspect it will happen as early as the end of the year or early next year.

Sellers, if you didn’t get your home on the market by early May, you missed what was possibly the strongest real estate market we have ever seen.

This is tough for many sellers and agents to comprehend how much the market can change and has changed in just a few weeks.

As the market corrects and adjusts to the new normal, as a seller your expectations must be in line with the market or risk losing thousands in equity.

More importantly, if you are planning to sell; strategy, pricing, and timing are more critical than ever.

I recommend you watch my video on the Shifting Real Estate Market to understand what sellers need to do in the current market to get their homes sold.


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Conclusion:

As always, whether you are buying or selling, understanding the current market and how your home relates will set you up for success.  The housing stock of Santa Clara is very diverse and can vary greatly from one neighborhood to the next.  

Developing the right strategy for your home will maximize your ability to sell for top value.

If you have any questions about a home on the market or your home’s value, please feel free to reach out, I am happy to hear from you.

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Santa Clara May 2022 Home Sales

Street Address List Price Price DOM Beds Total Bths Sq Ft Total Age
2866 Mesquite Drive $3,200,000 $3,500,000 0 5 5|2 3,557 59
2344 Cabrillo Avenue $2,398,000 $3,006,000 7 4 3|0 2,404 5
1183 Inverness Avenue $2,499,999 $2,850,000 7 4 3|1 2,203 73
3746 Dunford Way $1,998,000 $2,813,000 13 4 2|0 1,480 61
638 Enos Court $1,995,000 $2,725,000 5 4 3|0 1,717 68
631 Wilson Court $2,179,000 $2,565,000 6 3 2|0 1,444 68
662 Starr Court $2,298,000 $2,520,000 7 3 3|0 1,643 67
663 Tulane Drive $2,199,000 $2,436,000 23 5 3|0 2,090 61
2152 Santa Cruz Avenue $1,950,000 $2,406,500 18 4 4|0 2,121 67
99 Gilbert Avenue $1,898,000 $2,350,000 1 3 2|0 1,400 64
2343 Rambo Court $1,990,000 $2,275,000 11 5 4|0 3,450 45
2029 Brown Court $1,798,000 $2,200,000 14 5 4|0 1,767 62
3195 Temple Court $2,199,000 $2,199,000 12 3 2|0 1,935 59
3116 Hazelwood Avenue $1,898,000 $2,150,000 6 3 2|0 1,134 64
3363 Creighton $1,799,000 $2,139,250 8 3 2|0 1,368 64
2951 Humbolt Avenue $1,699,950 $2,130,000 7 3 2|0 1,487 71
2286 Consuelo Avenue $1,598,000 $2,120,000 5 3 2|1 1,435 70
3472 Bonita Avenue $1,680,000 $2,120,000 7 3 2|0 1,240 66
2150 Brown Avenue $1,499,000 $2,052,000 9 3 2|0 1,226 64
4469 Cheeney Street $1,688,800 $2,000,000 6 3 2|0 2,017 8
3484 Kenyon Drive $1,888,000 $2,000,000 6 3 2|0 1,804 0
1727 Eberhard Street $1,850,000 $1,960,000 11 3 2|0 1,671 71
1324 Bellomy Street $1,698,000 $1,958,000 5 3 2|0 1,841 44
2717 Forbes Avenue $1,698,000 $1,953,800 8 3 2|0 1,254 67
2212 Nobili Avenue $1,499,950 $1,910,000 9 3 3|0 1,368 65
743 Hamilton Lane $1,699,000 $1,910,000 9 4 2|0 1,481 67
1834 Graham Lane $1,799,888 $1,900,000 32 4 3|0 2,221 70
2053 Kimberlin Place $1,498,000 $1,870,000 6 3 3|0 1,935 29
2316 Bohannon Drive $1,975,000 $1,825,000 26 3 2|0 1,995 70
3369 Granada Court $1,199,888 $1,760,000 8 3 2|0 1,166 68
1320 Los Padres Boulevard $1,398,000 $1,701,000 7 3 1|1 1,238 68
2170 Cabrillo Ave $1,475,000 $1,700,000 11 3 2|0 1,181 68
708 Flannery Street $1,599,888 $1,700,000 14 4 2|0 1,370 67
1654 Scott Boulevard $1,298,000 $1,630,000 6 3 2|0 1,021 71
2380 Forbes Avenue $1,399,000 $1,630,000 8 3 2|0 1,291 67
2622 Meadowbrook Drive $1,199,888 $1,600,000 8 3 1|0 897 67
2204 Monterey Avenue $1,399,000 $1,579,500 7 3 2|0 1,078 67
2424 Crystal Drive $1,299,950 $1,555,000 8 3 1|0 1,093 67
2159 Avenida De Las Flores $1,390,000 $1,550,000 7 3 2|0 1,341 46
1950 Larsen Place $1,479,000 $1,550,000 6 4 2|0 1,361 62
475 Wildwood Way $1,250,000 $1,500,000 4 3 2|0 1,312 55
1765 Ravizza Avenue $1,350,000 $1,350,000 6 3 1|0 1,038 0
2538 Crystal Drive $1,199,000 $1,300,000 3 3 1|0 897 68
1800 Nelson Drive $1,299,950 $1,300,000 28 4 2|0 1,095 62
2024 Jackson Street $998,000 $1,230,000 7 3 1|0 985 68
1911 Jackson Street $1,049,888 $1,200,000 9 3 1|0 985 68
954 Reeve Street $999,999 $1,100,000 6 3 1|0 972 102

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