Campbell Union High School District
There are many factors impacting the Los Gatos real estate market, including the price point and the elementary or high school district. We’re late this month, but today we’ll look at the Los Gatos realty market by pricing tiers and high school district using the months of inventory as a data point. The months of inventory, or MOI, is the currently active (for sale, no contract or pending sale) homes for sale divided by the number of homes using the same criteria which have closed escrow in the last 30 days.
These numbers were run today using MLSListings.com and it’s possible that a few more homes will be recorded as closed sales or new homes added to the market after we ran these numbers. One other disclaimer: sometimes the number of closed sales is very low or is at 0. This can be for many reasons. In some cases, there are a few which are sale pending and simply haven’t closed recently. In other cases, the opposite could be true, indicating a possible lack of demand or inventory. That being said, what do the numbers say?
Los Gatos real estate months of inventory in 95030 and 95032 combined
The overall MOI still shows a ferociously strong sellers market, which is opposed to the usual seasonal cooling. While there is rapid turnover in the lower to mid-range price points, the luxury market is at a standstill. Demand is exceedingly high up to the $3 million marker!
So what does it all mean? That Los Gatos remains in a sellers market, that demand is proving to be steady, and that while the luxury market is showing a seasonal chill, the rest of the market is facing heat wave.
Here is the chart from last month for comparison:
All of Los Gatos 95030 and 95032, both high school districts – overall, it’s a clear seller’s market.
The real estate market for homes with the Los Gatos – Saratoga Joint Union High School District only
Now let’s view just the homes which are in the Los Gatos – Saratoga Joint Union High School District (or homes “in the schools” as locals say). Continue reading