ABSORPTION REPORT for HUNTERDON COUNTY

The current absorption rate in your market. Here’s how you find that:­

  • First, determine the number of homes closed in your market over a specific period — say, 6 months.
  • Next, divide the number of homes by the number of months in the period — in this case, 6. This calculation gives a per month absorption rate.
  • Last, divide the rate into the number of current listings. This yields the months’ supply of homes.

6 months of ­supply is considered a balanced market — when the number of listings roughly equals the number of buyers. Numbers over six represent a buyers’ market and those below a sellers’ market.

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ABSORPTION REPORT for HUNTERDON COUNTY ­ source:GSMLS

August 2017 thru January 2018 data used for this chart or the last six months.

ABSORPTION REPORT for HUNTERDON COUNTY
August 2017 thru January 2018 data used for this report
Town Solds Average Sold/Month Months of Supply
Alexandria Twp.  35  5.83 4.8
Bethlehem Twp.  26  4.33 5.08
Bloomsbury Boro  0.83 8.43
Califon Boro  10  1.67 3.59
Clinton Town  15  2.5 6.8
Clinton Twp.  102  17 3.24
Delaware Twp.  31  5.17 6
East Amwell Twp.  23  3.83 7.05
Flemington Boro  16  2.67 4.87
Franklin Twp.  20  3.33 5.11
Frenchtown Boro  12  2 11
Glen Gardner Boro  18  3 5.67
Hampton Boro  10  1.67 6.59
High Bridge Boro  38  6.33 2.05
Holland Twp.  38  6.33 3.32
Kingwood Twp.  25  4.17 5.76
Lambertville City  45  7.5 2.67
Lebanon Boro  1.33 3.76
Lebanon Twp.  48  8 4.13
Milford Boro  11  1.83 3.28
Raritan Twp.  178  29.67 3.03
Readington Twp.  112  18.67 3.59
Stockton Boro  1 1
Tewksbury Twp.  53  8.83 7.25
Union Twp.  43  7.17 3.77
West Amwell Twp.  10  1.67 5.39
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