Here is the Sept 2022 Luxe Real Estate Report by the staff at RE Luxe Leaders. Each month we take a look at the US Luxury Real Estate Stats. Admittedly the numbers skew in luxury from pocket to pocket, but keeping an eye on the trends in a year over year, three, five and ten year gives us some very interesting insights.
The real estate market is slowing across the country. Year over year stats have the top of the national market up 14.55% to an average price of $512,916. The Executive Class Luxe is performing at 18.62% year over year. The Luxe Class of $2 million + is performing at 19.47%. Uber Luxe, those properties over $5 million, is performing at 20.92%.
We are seeing a softening of demand with inflation and rising interest rates in the lower price ranges. However, the softening is taking us from a frenzied market to one that is less so. Inventory is increasing and prices will start moderating into a flat or slower growth curve. There will be some markets which will experience a moderate decline. However, we aren’t seeing extremes on either side of growth or decline.
When we take a look at the various areas, we see longer term growth trends favor the coasts. Three year luxe averages are up 43.92%. Five year luxe real estate averages are trending at 54.49%. Ten year luxe real estate averages are up 97.61%.
Year over Year National Luxe Real Estate Report Map:
Here are the Sept 2022 Luxe Real Estate Report numbers for the data geeks:
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We use the national data for the top 1/3 of each market in the US. While we generally recognize luxury at the property level, this report looks for area trends.
We divide and define the US National Luxe Real Estate into three categories:
- Executive Class. Areas where properties currently average sold prices of $750,000 and higher.
- Luxe. Areas where properties currently average sold prices of two million dollars and higher.
- Ultra-Luxe. Areas where properties currently average sold prices of five million dollars and higher.