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Up-To-Date Big Sky, Montana Residential Housing Graphs Below

Into 2020: The average sales price (Chart 1) of Big Sky residential property, including homes, condos and townhouses, from early 2017 to the present has sharply risen, from ~$700,000 to above $1.1 million.

Chart 1: Average Price of Big Sky Residential Property For Sale 2013-Present

Chart 1: Average Sales Price, Big Sky Residential Property 7 Years

Unless the US economy stagnates, in the next year or two the continued increase of Big Sky, MT “average sales prices” could lead to an overall doubling of average sales prices over those of 2017.

From 2013 to mid-2019: though there were some increases in the “months supply” (Chart 2) in years 2015 and 2016, overall, the “months supply” of homes for sale during the last 7 years has steadily declined from ~22 months to ~6 months in Q4 2019.

Since mid-2017, the duration of time, Average Days on Market, (Chart 3) Big Sky

Chart 2: Months Supply of Homes For Sale, Big Sky

Chart 2: Months Supply of Big Sky Homes For Sale

homes have been for sale has decreased, from ~185 days to ~105 days months in early 2020.

Until mid-2019, there was a consistent drop in the “Month’s Supply of  Homes For Sale” (Chart 2), but Q2 2019 found the first rise in about 3 years, moving from a 3-year low of about 6 months in mid-2019 to moving up, over the 7-month mark in early 2020.

Average Days On Market and Absorption Rate

Average Days on Market (Chart 3) will generally decrease as the Absorption Rate (AR) increases.

Average Days On Market of Big Sky, Montana Homes For Sale

Chart 3: Average Days on Market of Big Sky Homes

Absorption Rate helps determine how long it may take the average home, condo, town-home, etc. to sell in a particular area and in a specific time range. 

This AR is determined by dividing the number of active homes for sale in a given month by the number of homes sold in a given month.

A rate above ~18-20% suggests a seller’s market and a rate below ~15-17% signals a buyer’s market.

Absorption Rate = Active Listings/Sold Listings


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