Keller Williams And The Medina County Market

Dated: 04/15/2017

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Keller Williams And the Medina County Market


For those of you that did not know when Keller Williams started in the North East Ohio area, they started with 33 agents. Their growth has been organic. Meaning they are not the product of mergers or acquisitions like other companies. They grew one agent at a time. They took over one market area at a time. Those that know me, know I am a bit of a geek. As part of my geekiness, I like to track real estate trends. 

I track the real estate activity in the Medina County Market weekly. Today I did something a little differently. I tracked it by company. What I found did not really surprise me. However, I think based on market perception it may surprise some of you.

I track data by the week. For my tracking purpose, my week begins on Saturday and ends on Friday. So this past week I tracked who listed the most homes. I also tracked who had the most homes go Contingent, meaning accepted a contract. Here are the results for Medina County.

Happy Easter everyone. Enjoy your weekend. 


New Listings for the Week

Newly Listed

Contingent
Went Under Contract

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