Seattle averaged more showings per property listing in December than any other market in the United States, according to a new report from ShowingTime.
As inventory dwindles, competition grows for available properties, driving up showings, offers and prices. Housing inventory in the Seattle area remains extremely low.
ShowingTime, a property showing management and market stats technology company, calculated that 17 markets across the country averaged at least 10 showings per listing in December. The national average was 5.88 showings per listing, ShowingTime reported.
The markets that averaged at least 10 showings per listing in December:
- Seattle, 15.62 showings
- Denver, 14.72
- Orlando, 11.79
- Dallas, 11.31
- Manchester, New Hampshire, 11.17
- Burlington, Vermont, 11.16
- Colorado Springs, 10.94
- Salt Lake City, 10.75
- Olympia, Washington, 10.62
- Grand Rapids, Michigan, 10.52
- Tampa, 10.27
- Bakersfield, California, 10.23
- Richmond, Virginia, 10.22
- Sarasota, Florida, 10.13
- Virginia Beach, 10.13
- Miami, 10.09
- Portland, 10.02