The cost of owning a brand new home is falling. Be that as it may, in spite of the fact that buyers are edgy for whatever homes they can afford, new-home sales were in reality down in April, on the grounds that there were less of them available—a number far shy of meeting the demand by home buyers.
Prospective homeowners gathered up only 569,000 brand new homes April—a 11.4% drop from the earlier month, as indicated by a joint report by the U.S. Census Bureau and U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. What’s more, compared with April 2016, deals were up just 0.5%.
“New home sales plunged,” says realtor.com® Senior Economist Joseph Kirchner. “There were around 10% less homes finished in April, and in this way the quantity of new homes available to be purchased likewise dropped.”
Regardless of the more modest number of homes available, costs fell a little in April, by around 3% from March, to hit $309,200, as indicated by the report. They were additionally down about 3.8% from April 2016. However, they weren’t sufficiently low to make much of a difference for most cash-strapped buyers.