Posted on 4/19/2019

Q1 Lakefront Real Estate Report

Lakefront Real Estate Sales first quarter 2019 Finger Lakes

Q1 Lakefront Real Estate Report

Advise for lakefront buying and selling in the Finger Lakes

It?s here! Download our full report to see how the lakefront real estate market performed during the first quarter of 2019.

What you need to know

It continues to be a seller?s market. A decrease in the number of homes sold and an increase overall in average sale price means that supply is not meeting lakefront buyer demand. Lakefront homes on average are also spending less time on the market ? our average is only 8.6 days!

If you?re on the fence about listing your lakefront home, spring is the perfect time to test the waters. Contact our Real Estate Team today for a free assessment of your home! (844) 464-0949

First Quarter 2019 Lakefront Real Estate Report | Finger Lakes

Our Real Estate Experts explain:

?Every lake that we work is down in overall volume of sales, many of the lakes by very large volumes. Less homes are selling on the lake, because less homes are on the market. The average sale price on the majority of the lakes is way up as well, while the days on market continue to go down. Very strong seller?s market right now.?

Cynthia Emerling, Director of Listing Services

?It?s all about being prepared. First, make sure you have your pre-approval letter ready. Then, get on our buyers list, receive our emails, and make sure you?re ready to move quickly on new listings. When we know exactly what you?re looking for, we can be agile ? even preview houses before they hit the market. There?s a lot we can do to get you into your lake house for summer!?

Dave Lucchesi, Buyer Specialist

Exciting Announcement!

After tabulating the first quarter lakefront real estate sales on the Finger Lakes, it looks like Finger Lakes Premier Properties ranks #1 in total sales volume! Not only were our sales 5.4% higher than our second place competitor, but we earned the first place spot for lakefront purchasing sales on both Canandaigua and Cayuga Lake.

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