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No Surprises In May New Mexico Housing Market

first_imgMay 2019 housing numbers are on the same track as previous months this year – not as good as 2018’s record setting year, but better than any other year since 2008 when the New Mexico Association of REALTORS (NMAR) began keeping statistical information on statewide home sales. Wilson adds, “A less robust market this year compared to last may also be due to some fallout from the recent changes to the tax code. Current homeowners are grandfathered into the previous mortgage interest deduction, which is higher than what consumers can get nowadays. Plus, would-be move-up buyers may be wary of higher property taxes, now that the deduction for state and local taxes has been capped.” May’s average “days on market” was 65 – the shortest time reported during the last two years. Ten New Mexico counties reported average days on market under the statewide average. Local economic conditions continue to play a large role in housing market activity. Median price means half the properties sold for more; half for less. Anaya adds, “The May median is the highest reported since NMAR started keeping statistical data. This continued appreciation of property is generally good news, but often, even with low mortgage rates, higher prices offset the savings a buyer has to bring to the transaction.” NMAR News:center_img The trends and numbers reported are only a snapshot of market activity. If you are interested in buying or selling, consult a REALTOR familiar with your market area; he/she can provide information on specific trends in your neighborhood. ‘Median prices for New Mexico properties continue to grow with the May median reported at $220,000 compared to the April 2019 median of $210,000,” reports NMAR CEO Steven Anaya. “2,510 properties were reported sold in May 2019,” NMAR President Paul Wilson said. “This number is less than 2018’s 3,087 reported May sales, and 273 more sales than reported in May, 2017. 2019 year-to-date sales total 9,698.”last_img read more

Vanderbilt ‘exploring every option’ at QB

first_imgLast season, Vanderbilt started an FBS-high four quarterbacks, and the topic lingered all season. But tight end Steven Scheu said he doesn’t dread the quarterback questions now returning from last season.“I don’t really cringe,” Scheu said. “It just comes down to whoever puts us in the best position. … Competition is a great thing for everybody on the team, and it obviously brings out the best in every position.”First-year offensive coordinator Andy Ludwig chose McCrary as the starting quarterback in preseason camp. On Tuesday Mason said he took charge of re-examining the position.“I have looked at it, and I want to explore every opportunity and every option at every position,” Mason said. “This isn’t a democracy. This is me looking at what our football team needs to do and assessing what gives us a chance to be successful.”McCrary has completed 56.9 percent of his passes for 1,428 yards, six touchdowns and 10 interceptions this season. Freebeck, who started four games last year, is 2-of-6 passing with one interception against Austin Peay this season. Shurmur has not played.“Whoever gets the job done is who we are going with,” running back Darrius Sims said. “All three guys are great candidates.”Reach Adam Sparks at 615-259-8010 and on Twitter @AdamSparks.Vandy vs. South Carolina: 5 observations NEXT GAME VANDERBILT (2-4, 0-3 SEC) vs. MISSOURI (4-3, 1-3) When: 3 p.m. Saturday TV/radio: SEC Network/1510-AM, 95.9 FM Vanderbilt’s depth chart says Johnny McCrary is the starting quarterback against Missouri on Saturday, but coach Derek Mason is not ready to confirm that.When asked multiple questions about his starting quarterback at Tuesday’s press conference, Mason repeatedly answered, “We are exploring every option.” And he confirmed that meant options in personnel, including quarterback, and not play-calling or different schemes.Will Johnny McCrary be Vanderbilt's starting quarterback when the Commodores face Missouri on Saturday? Head coach Derek Mason isn't ready to confirm that.Will Johnny McCrary be Vanderbilt’s starting quarterback when the Commodores face Missouri on Saturday? Head coach Derek Mason isn’t ready to confirm that.McCrary has started the past 11 games, including the final five games last season and all six contests this season. He is listed as the starter on the depth chart, which was released by Vanderbilt on Tuesday morning. Sophomore Wade Freebeck is the No. 2. And a new addition to the depth chart, true freshman Kyle Shurmur, is the third quarterback listed for Saturday’s game.But when asked if McCrary would be the starting quarterback, Mason answered “exploring every option.” When asked if Shurmur would be one of the options, the coach repeated “exploring every option.”Darrius Sims’ gem lost in Vanderbilt’s latest debacleMcCrary has committed seven turnovers in the past two games. In last week’s 19-10 loss at South Carolina, he tossed three interceptions and lost a fumble after the Commodores lost the lead in the second half.It may have been the last straw for Mason, whose defense is among the best in the SEC and ranks seventh nationally in red zone defense. He said, “We understand what our strengths are, but you can’t win it on one side of the ball.”Mason said he believes turnovers are the primary reason Vanderbilt has a 2-4 record rather than a 4-2 mark. The Commodores are last in the SEC in turnover margin and rank 123rd among 127 FBS teams. Only three FBS teams have thrown more interceptions than Vanderbilt’s 11.“You can’t keep doing the same thing and expect different results,” Mason said. “So we are going to make the changes necessary to move forward.”SPANNING THE SEC: Check in for the latest news, notes, scores and more for one of college football’s best conferences!last_img read more