Properties that closed in July 2015 were typically on the market for at 42 days (34 days in June 2015; 48 days in July 2014), according to the July 2015 REALTORS® Confidence Index Survey Report. 11 Days on market typically increase after June due to seasonality effects. Seasonality combined with a slightly slowing market resulted in properties staying on the market for a few more days.
Short sales were on the market for the longest time at 135 days, while foreclosed properties typically stayed on the market at 49 days. Non-distressed properties were on the market at 41 days.