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美国哪里的住宅最火爆?和中国恰恰相反

美国哪里的住宅最火爆?和中国恰恰相反

CHRIS MORRIS 2021年11月25日
郊区房价依旧低于市中心房价,但两个市场的价格差距正在缩小。

美国郊区住宅再次获得购房人青睐。

Realtor.com的最新报告发现,越来越多购房人倾向于在郊区生活,导致郊区住宅小区和总体规划型社区的房价大涨。

Realtor.com首席经济学家丹尼尔·黑尔在一份声明中表示:“从房屋库存到出售速度,最近的数据显示,郊区购房活动正在快速升温,速度远超过城区。值得注意的是,价格昂贵的城区住宅与郊区待售房屋之间的价格差距正在缩小。众所周知,郊区往往房价更低。郊区住宅依旧物有所值,但在许多市场,可负担性逐渐成为购房人考虑的因素之一。”

郊区房价依旧低于市中心房价,但两个市场的价格差距正在缩小。最近全国的平均价差为7%,而2019年为10%。

导致价格差距缩小的原因之一是,至少在Realtor.com上,自疫情爆发以来,郊区购房人的数量增长了42.1%。9月,该网站郊区住宅的浏览量比城区住宅多24%。

郊区待售房屋存量也在快速下降,2021年9月挂牌出售的郊区住宅比2019年9月减少了近55%。房屋出售的速度加快,待售时间缩短了22天。

城区住宅单价更高,但房地产市场的爆炸式增长以及购房人对郊区住宅的兴趣激增,正在改变这种状况。

“自2020年以来,郊区住宅竞争激烈,导致房价上涨速度超过城区。2020年,郊区房价上涨速度自2017年以来首次超过城区。2021年9月,郊区住宅每平方英尺挂牌价中位数为212美元,比去年上涨了18%,比2019年上涨了28.4%。与此同时,城区住宅每平方英尺挂牌价中位数为226美元,与2020年和2019年相比分别上涨了14.9%和25.4%。”(财富中文网)

翻译:刘进龙

审校:汪皓

美国郊区住宅再次获得购房人青睐。

Realtor.com的最新报告发现,越来越多购房人倾向于在郊区生活,导致郊区住宅小区和总体规划型社区的房价大涨。

Realtor.com首席经济学家丹尼尔·黑尔在一份声明中表示:“从房屋库存到出售速度,最近的数据显示,郊区购房活动正在快速升温,速度远超过城区。值得注意的是,价格昂贵的城区住宅与郊区待售房屋之间的价格差距正在缩小。众所周知,郊区往往房价更低。郊区住宅依旧物有所值,但在许多市场,可负担性逐渐成为购房人考虑的因素之一。”

郊区房价依旧低于市中心房价,但两个市场的价格差距正在缩小。最近全国的平均价差为7%,而2019年为10%。

导致价格差距缩小的原因之一是,至少在Realtor.com上,自疫情爆发以来,郊区购房人的数量增长了42.1%。9月,该网站郊区住宅的浏览量比城区住宅多24%。

郊区待售房屋存量也在快速下降,2021年9月挂牌出售的郊区住宅比2019年9月减少了近55%。房屋出售的速度加快,待售时间缩短了22天。

城区住宅单价更高,但房地产市场的爆炸式增长以及购房人对郊区住宅的兴趣激增,正在改变这种状况。

“自2020年以来,郊区住宅竞争激烈,导致房价上涨速度超过城区。2020年,郊区房价上涨速度自2017年以来首次超过城区。2021年9月,郊区住宅每平方英尺挂牌价中位数为212美元,比去年上涨了18%,比2019年上涨了28.4%。与此同时,城区住宅每平方英尺挂牌价中位数为226美元,与2020年和2019年相比分别上涨了14.9%和25.4%。”(财富中文网)

翻译:刘进龙

审校:汪皓

The suburbs are becoming cool again.

A new Realtor.com report finds that buyers are increasingly leaning towards living outside of urban areas, and prices in subdivisions and planned communities are moving higher as a result.

“From inventory to time on market, recent data shows suburban buyer activity has accelerated at a faster pace than in urban areas,” said Realtor.com Chief Economist Danielle Hale in a statement. “Notably, the price premium is shrinking between notoriously expensive urban housing and suburban for-sale homes, typically known for more bargains. Buyers can still get more bang for their buck in the suburbs, but affordability is increasingly a consideration in many markets.”

Suburban homes are still cheaper than those in the heart of cities, but the price gap is shrinking. It currently stands at 7% nationally, compared to 10% in 2019.

That’s, in part, because the number of suburban home shoppers has surged 42.1% since the onset of COVID-19, at least on Realtor.com. In September, visitors to the site looked at suburban listings 24% more than they did listings in urban areas.

The inventory of available homes in the suburbs was also down sharply, with nearly 55% fewer listings in September 2021 vs. September 2019. Homes sold faster, with listings spending 22 fewer days on the market.

Urban homes still cost more per square foot, but the explosive growth in housing in general, combined with the rapid growth in interest in the suburbs, is changing that.

“Since 2020, the intense competition in the suburbs has led to suburban homes appreciating faster than urban homes. In 2020, the suburbs outpaced their urban counterparts’ price growth for the first time since 2017. In September 2021, the median listing price per square foot reached $212 in the suburbs, 18% higher than last year and 28.4% higher than the 2019 level. Meanwhile, the median listing price per square foot of urban homes was $226, 14.9%, and 25.4% more expensive than 2020 and 2019.”

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