Monday, July 19, 2010

Sudbury Housing Market - Closed Sales Up!

Welcome to the Sudbury MA real estate market conditions report for July 2010.

Overall there are 143 single family homes for sale in Sudbury; 3 less than there were last year at this time. $1,000,000 to $1,499,999 is still the range with the most houses - 33 up from 30 a year ago. The price ranges with the highest increase in inventory are $700,000 to $799,999 - there are 21, up from 11 last year; and there are 15 between $600,000 and $699,999 - compared with 6 last year. The range with the largest decline is $400,000 to $499,999 - only 3 compared with 10 at this time last year.

Recent activity shows there are 19 properties with accepted offers that are still considered "active" listings and are being shown for backup offers until contingencies are met. There are 17 with sales pending.

Current list prices for single family homes range from $199,000 to $3,195,000; the median price is $849,000, down from $879,000 last year. The average list price is $1,009,924, down from $1,118,234 last year at this time. Average time on the market is 171 days; last year it was 168 days. As with inventory, time on the market varies by price ranges.

As anticipated, June was a busy month for single family closed sales in Sudbury. There were 30 compared with 24 for the previous June. The median sales price during June 2010 was $622,500; up from $613,750 in June 2009. The average was $651,113; approximately $40,000 less than last June's average. The average time on the market was 100 days compared with 130 days for closed sales in June 2009.

There were also 5 condominium/townhome sales in June 2010 compared with only 2 during June 2009. The median sale price was $540,000; the average was $497,417.

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*Data source: MLSPIN (Multiple Listing Property Information Network

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