Momentum 2019: Virginia REALTORS® Annual Convention


Momentum 2019: The Virginia REALTORS® Annual Convention, September 17-19, will be held at the Williamsburg Lodge. Take advantage of the opportunity to explore, discover, and connect with fellow REALTORS®. Momentum 2019 will feature sessions on marketing your business, trends in business and sales, legal updates, housing forecasts, & much more. Register today for only $99!

Kaera Mims Graduates REALTOR® Institute

The Virginia Peninsula REALTORS® recognize Kaera Mims who has recently completed the REALTOR® Institute of Virginia program, thus earning the GRI designation! Completion of the coursework for the GRI designation represents a commitment to industry knowledge and professionalism that not all agents make. Please join us in congratulating Kaera Mims, GRI for this wonderful achievement in her career.

Virginia Peninsula REALTORS® Home Sales Market Report – 1st Quarter 2019








Virginia Peninsula Realtors® Market Report Key Takeaways

Economic Conditions

  • The Virginia Peninsula region has experienced robust job growth over the past year which has supported a strong housing market. However, the region’s economy remains somewhat vulnerable to actions taken by the Federal government, including budget cuts and shutdowns.
  • Mortgage interest rates remains at historically low levels. Potential homebuyers and sellers should expect rates to remain low, at least through the spring and into the summer.

Housing Market Conditions

  • Sales activity surged 17% in the Virginia Peninsula footprint compared to this time last year, the fastest sales growth in nearly 3 years.
  • Home prices moderated somewhat, and the 1st quarter median sales price remained flat compared to last year.
  • Homes continue to sell faster in the Virginia Peninsula market compared to a year ago, a reflection of a low inventory of homes on the market and continued buyer demand.
  • After more than 2 years of shrinking inventory, the level of active listings has increased for 3 consecutive quarters in the Virginia Peninsula region compared to last year, evidence of changing market conditions that could possibly start to impact prices in the coming months