Missouri Real Estate Statistics

  • In 2021, the average sales price for a home in Missouri was $178,000.
  • The median sales price was $159,900.
  • In 2022, the average sales price was $170,000, and the median sales price was $160,000.
  • The year-to-year change in the average sales prices was -3.5% and 2.9%, respectively.
  • The average number of days on the market (days on the market) for a home that sold in
  • December 2021 was 79 days.
  • The inventory of homes for sale stood at 5,467 units in December 2021, which is a 3.4-month supply at the current sales rate.
  • The share of distressed sales (foreclosures and short sales) was 5.8% of all sales in December 2021.
  • The median days on the market (DOM) for all homes that sold in December 2017 was 47 days.
Missouri real estate statistics 2022
Missouri Real Estate Statistics 2022

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In 2022, the average sales price for a home in Missouri was $178,000. The median sales price was $159,900. In 2021, the average sales price was $170,000, and the median sales price was $160,000. The year-to-year change in the average sales prices was -3.5% and 2.9%, respectively.

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Homes sold in an average of 79 days in 2022. The inventory of homes for sale stood at 5,467 units in December 2017, which is a 3.4 month supply at the current sales rate. The share of distressed sales (foreclosures and short sales) was 5.8% of all sales in December 2017.

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New construction made up 2.4% of all listings in December 2021. The median list price was $169,900, and the average sale price was $183,711. Homes spent an average of 83 days on the market.

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As a whole, the data shows a stable market with some fluctuations. However, for those looking to sell or purchase a home in Missouri, these statistics provide valuable information to help understand the market.

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The average number of days on the market (days on the market) for a home that sold in December 2019 was 79 days. The sales to list price ratio was 95.8%. The share of new construction listings was 2.4% of all listings in December 2020. The median list price was $169,900, and the average sale price was $183,711. Homes spent an average of 83 days on the market. Additionally, 5.8% of all sales were distressed in Missouri.

While the average prices have decreased year-over-year, homes are still spending an average of 79 days on the market and selling for 95.8% of the listing price. Additionally, new construction only makes up 2.4% of all listings in Missouri. As a whole, the data shows a stable market with some fluctuations. However, for those looking to sell or purchase a home in Missouri, these statistics provide valuable information to help understand the market.

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The inventory of homes for sale stood at 5,467 units in December 2020, which is a 3.4 month supply at the current sales rate. The year-over-year change in the inventory of homes for sale was -10.4%. The median list price was $159,900, and the average sale price was $178,000. Homes sold in an average of 79 days. The share of distressed sales (foreclosures and short sales) was 5.8% of all sales.

As of December 2021, the average interest rate for a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage was 4.15%. The average interest rate for a 15-year fixed-rate mortgage was 3.44%. The average interest rate for a 5/1 adjustable-rate mortgage (ARM) was 3.21%. As a whole, the data shows a stable market with some fluctuations. However, for those looking to sell or purchase a home in Missouri, these statistics provide valuable information to help understand the market.

The share of distressed sales (foreclosures and short sales) was 5.8% of all sales in Spring 2022. This is down from 6.3% in November 2017 and 8.3% in December 2016. The average number of days on the market for a home that sold as distressed was 116 days, while the average number of days on the market for a non-distressed home that sold was 71 days. The sales to list price ratio was 91.4% for distressed homes and 97.8% for non-distressed homes. The inventory of homes for sale stood at 5,467 units in December 2017-2022, which is a 3.4 month supply at the current sales rate. The year-over-year change in the inventory of homes for sale was -10.4%. The median list price was $159,900, and the average sale price was $178,000. Homes sold in an average of 79 days.

As a whole, the data shows a stable market with some fluctuations. However, for those looking to sell or purchase a home in Missouri, these statistics provide valuable information to help understand the market.

The median days on the market (DOM) for all homes that sold in December 2021 was 47 days. The median DOM for homes that sold in January 2021 was 52 days, indicating that the market is cooling. The median DOM for non-distressed homes that sold was 71 days, while the median DOM for distressed homes that sold was 116 days. This indicates that buyers are willing to wait longer for a distressed home to sell, but are less patient when it comes to non-distressed homes.

The sales to list price ratio was 91.4% for distressed homes and 97.8% for non-distressed homes. The average sale price was $178,000, while the average list price was $159,900. This shows that buyers are paying more than the asking price for both distressed and non-distressed homes.