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RE: Inventory Graphs - theredviper - 03-08-2013
(03-07-2013, 09:12 AM)b5baxter Wrote: Over the last 30 days the average daily increase was: Thanks for the graph. I'm wondering if there might be a better way to show this while retaining all of the years of data, since this graph has become a little cluttered. RE: Inventory Graphs - b5baxter - 03-14-2013
Here is the latest graph: [attachment=49] I have tried to make the current year standout more based on the request from @theredviper. Let me know if this is better or there are other ways to improve it. RE: Inventory Graphs - Mortgagebackedsecurity - 03-14-2013
(03-14-2013, 10:18 AM)b5baxter Wrote: Here is the latest graph: loving the choice of the thick, brown line. RE: Inventory Graphs - Drachen - 03-15-2013
(03-14-2013, 08:47 PM)Mortgagebackedsecurity Wrote: loving the choice of the thick, brown line. Are you suggesting 2013 is smearing its way into the record books, like a dog wiping on the carpets of real-estate professionals across the region? RE: Inventory Graphs - theredviper - 03-15-2013
(03-14-2013, 10:18 AM)b5baxter Wrote: I have tried to make the current year standout more based on the request from @theredviper. Let me know if this is better or there are other ways to improve it. Hey thanks, looks good. RE: Inventory Graphs - b5baxter - 03-21-2013
[attachment=60] Inventory growth seems to have slowed - unless you compare it to last year. During the past 14 days growth averaged 36 / day. During the same period last year year the average was 34 /day. And last week it was 30/day. Last spring and summer we saw continuous price erosion. Given that inventory is higher this year and still growing at a faster rate than last year evidence would suggest we will continue to see further price erosion during the near future. RE: Inventory Graphs - b5baxter - 03-28-2013
[attachment=63] Over the last 14 days the average daily increase was: 24 At this rate we would reach 17,000 in 19 days (Apr-16-13) At this rate we would reach 20,000 in 146 days (Aug-20-13) Last year during this same 30 day period the averages was: 24 Last week the average was 36 Congratulations to PaulB! (Sometime during the next few week weeks I will be taking a break from updating these inventory graphs for the same reason.) RE: Inventory Graphs - b5baxter - 04-11-2013
[attachment=95] Over the last 7 days the average daily increase was: 61 At this rate we would reach 17,000 in 0 days (Apr-11-13) At this rate we would reach 20,000 in 50 days (May-30-13) Last year during the same period the average was 35 Over the last 30 days the average daily increase was: 29 Last Year during the same period it was: 30 And last last week it was: 26 Inventory is at the highest level it has been for this time of year in the last decade. And it is increasing at a faster rate than the previous record for this period. This is a strong indication we will see further significant declines in prices. RE: Inventory Graphs - b5baxter - 04-25-2013
Inventory seems to be following a similar pattern to last year - just at a slightly higher level. Last year this resulting in a 5% decline in prices. Will it happen again? [attachment=119] Over the last 30 days the average daily increase was: 38 At this rate we would reach 18,000 in 11 days (May-06-13) At this rate we would reach 20,000 in 64 days (Jun-28-13) Last year during this same 30 day period the averages was: 39 Last week the average was: 31 Thanks PaulB for the numbers! RE: Inventory Graphs - b5baxter - 05-02-2013
[attachment=136] Over the last 30 days the average daily increase was: 41 At this rate we would reach 18,000 in 13 days (May-15-13) At this rate we would reach 20,000 in 61 days (Jul-02-13) Last year during this same 30 day period the averages was: 39 Last week the average was 38 Thanks PaulB for the numbers! |