End of Year Report: Providence, RI Metro New Construction Median Sale Price Per Square Foot Analysis (2023)

End of Year Report: Providence, RI Metro New Construction Median Sale Price Per Square Foot Analysis (2023)

Executive Summary

In 2023, the Providence, RI metro area witnessed fluctuations in the median sale price per square foot for newly constructed houses. Analyzing the monthly data provided by Zillow, trends, highs, lows, annual averages, quarterly averages, and percentage changes were deduced. The analysis aims to provide insights for strategic decision-making and forecasting for the real estate market in 2024.

Monthly Median Sale Price Analysis

MonthMedian Sale Price Per SF (US$)
January293.10
February290.40
March268.79
April302.33
May297.56
June287.96
July308.11
August309.04
September311.72
October326.45
November320.67

Trends and Relationships

The data shows fluctuations throughout the year, with peaks in October and November. However, there’s a general upward trend from March to October, with a slight dip in June and a significant rise in October. November witnessed a minor decline from the peak in October but remained higher compared to previous months.

Highs and Lows

  • Highs: October recorded the highest median sale price per square foot at $326.45.
  • Lows: March had the lowest median sale price per square foot at $268.79.

Monthly Percentage Changes

MonthPercentage Change (%)
February-0.92
March-7.41
April12.42
May-1.58
June-3.24
July6.60
August0.30
September0.87
October4.71
November-1.77

Annual and Quarterly Averages

  • Annual Average: The average median sale price per square foot for 2023 is $301.68.
  • Quarterly Averages:
    • Q1: $283.77
    • Q2: $295.95
    • Q3: $309.94
    • Q4: $322.60

Closing and Ending Figures

  • Closing Figure: November closed with a median sale price per square foot of $320.67.
  • Ending Figure: The year ended with November’s median sale price per square foot.

Market Analysis and Forecast

Considering the trends and fluctuations observed in 2023, the market presented opportunities for both buyers and sellers. The upward trend from March to October suggests that selling earlier in the year could have been beneficial, especially considering the significant increase from the lows in March. However, buyers who waited until later in the year might have benefited from slightly lower prices compared to the peak in October.

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