REAL Charts: Cullman County sales up, inventory down in June

Cullman County residential sales rose 22 percent during June over the same period in 2016, while inventory dipped for the area.

According to the latest data from the Alabama Center for Real Estate, there were 73 homes sold across Cullman County during June, up from 60 a year ago. The June peak still remains at 86 (2015).

Read the full Cullman home sales report from ACRE

Meanwhile, total units listed for sale dipped 11 percent to 523 units, compared to 586 a year ago.

The inventory-to-sales ratio dipped from 9.7 in June 2016 to 7.2 this year. The market is considered to be balanced at approximately 6 months of housing supply.

Read the full Cullman home sales article at Alabama Newscenter

ACRE Engage Coming to Cullman Aug. 9

The Alabama Center for Real Estate will debut ACRE Engage: Powering Productivity 2017 in three Alabama cities next month.

The event will debut in Cullman Aug. 9.

Location: First Community Bank
420 2nd Avenue SW
Cullman, AL 35055

Now coming to your town. Click here to check the full September schedule and learn more about ACRE Engage

“ACRE Engage is a new and exciting course that we’re bringing to the market level in Alabama,” said ACRE Executive Director Grayson Glaze. “We hope this event will be helpful to Alabama agents and we hope that it is successful and continues to grow.”

Each event concludes with lunch, and the course has been approved for three hours of continuing education credits.

Curtis Lewsey, chief appreciation officer at Listing Power Tools & best-selling author of “Appreciation Marketing” will kick off the course by presenting his marketing strategy for Realtors, which is designed to help agents not only win business but to build better relationships with their clients and win referrals.

ACRE Education & Marketing Coordinator Cherie Moman will kick off the second part of the session with advanced marketing strategy through the use of technology. Moman said agents can maximize the use of their mobile devices to provide better services to their clients and be more efficient, without having to be in the office for hours at a time.

Lunch will be provided as ACRE Executive Director Grayson Glaze delivers the Local Market Overview & Future Outlook.

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