Why are 2 different time periods showing the same results?
In Market Insights, you can choose to display the dashboard by Month, Quarter, or Year as shown below. However, there are a couple of times a year when the results across specific time periods will be the same.
In February, the results by Month and by Year will be the same, since the month is January, and January is also the only year included so far in the YTD calculations.
In April, the results by Quarter and by Year will be the same, since the quarter in Q1 and the the YTD calculations will also included those same 3 months.
The Difference between Year to Date and Annualized metrics
In Market Insights, choosing the 'By Year' time period gives you the additional option of choosing 'Year to Date' or 'Annualized' as the aggregation against which to compare the current year results. Note that the current year on the chart AND the ...
Market statistics that don't match across sources
Sometimes we get questions like "why doesn't the number on a Domus dashboard match the number on some other report?" There could be lots of reasons, but unless the vendor who produced the other report can provide all of the listings that went into ...
It's May, why is the dashboard still showing Q1 data?
All of the Domus Analytics dashboards except for 'Weekly Trends' display results through the last full calendar month. Similarly, the Quarterly metrics inside Market Insights only display results through the last full quarter of data. So in April, ...
Create a Luxury Market Seller analysis
Sellers in the High End and Luxury markets can be demanding, and stats can help you communicate with them! Sellers in general want to get the highest price in the shortest amount of time, but higher priced home take longer to sell. To illustrate ...
What are Seasonal metrics?
Some metrics are discussed in terms of being "Seasonal" or not, so what does that mean? Put simply, a seasonal metric has some type of observable and consistent pattern that repeats over several time periods. The best examples of this tend to be ...