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How to use Analysis Charts
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How to use Analysis Charts:

We offer the most up-to-date relevant information for you to make an informed decision about your future investment. There are five different analysis tools available for you.

Sales Analysis Tools

Evaluate the sales data to see the trends in our local market. Track the months with the highest activity or compare sales this year to one year ago.
Time-on-Market Analysis Time on market tells you how hot the market is. A short time on market indicates a neighborhood on the rise, while longer time on market indicates a neighborhood in which values are stagnating or decreasing.
Buyer Preference Analysis Use this information for resale purposes and to make your own properties more attractive through improvements.
Sales vs. New Listings This information tells you the ratio between how many sales ocurred compared to how many new listings came into the market in the same time period.
New Listings Analysis Look at the the supply of properties available in our local market.

All of the charts available can be modified to fit your particular need. You can modify the charts to show results by City, Property Type, Price Range and Bedrooms in any combination. You can also choose to display the results by monthly or yearly totals.

For example:
If you want to know the total sales in dollars for South Padre Island's 2-Bedroom Condominiums in June 2005 you would make the following choices:

City Click the arrow and highlight South Padre Island.
Property Type Highlight Condominium
Beds Highlight 2
By:

Leave the option as Total Sales Dollars

June 2005 Total

Hover the mouse pointer over the orange column for June of that year on the graph. (A yellow box will appear with the following info.: $4,880,600 in 6/2005)

Below is the result of the search for South Padre Island's 2-Bedroom Condominiums in June 2005.

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Graph Options

All graphs have the same viewing options:

Rotate X

The angle on which the x-axis (horizontal line) of the graph will be tilted allowing you to see the past years results.

Rotate Y The angle on which the y-axis (vertical line) of the graph will be tilted allowing you to see the past years results.
Chart Type Gives you the option to view the chart in different ways. (Column, Stacked Column, Area, Stacked Area, Spline Area and Line)

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Tip:If you change the chart type to Line it might be better to change the X and Y angle to 0 in order to be able to view it better.(See example below)

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