Charlottesville Real Estate
Home Sales Market Report December 2011
29 CharlottesvilleÂ Homes Sold for $7,926,670 in December 2011
21 Single Family Homes | 3 Townhomes | 5 Condos
Lowest Sale: $61,000 | Highest Sale: $930,000
- Total Home Units Sold: 29
- Average Sales Price: $273,333
- Median Sales Price: $199,000
- Average List to Sales Price: 91.51%
- Average Days on Market: 173
TheÂ Charlottesville real estateÂ market experienced an increase in home sales in December 2011.
A total of 29 homes sold in December compared to 22 homes in November.
65.5% of Charlottesville home sales in December occurred in the below $300,000 price range.
2Â Charlottesville foreclosuresÂ and 1Â Charlottesville short saleÂ sold this month.Â Distressed property sales made up 10.3% of the Charlottesville real estate market in December.
Based on the market absorption trend the Charlottesville real estate market is in a buyerâ€™s market.
View Recent Charlottesville Real Estate Market Reports Here:
Charlottesville Real Estate Market Report â€“ November 2011
Charlottesville Real Estate Market Report â€“ October 2011
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Sales information is courtesy of the Charlottesville Area Association of Realtors MLS.
Information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed.
Copyright Â© 2012 by Allegra Williams
Charlottesville VA Real Estate Market Report | December 2011
1 thought on “Charlottesville VA Real Estate Market Report | December 2011”
Allegra, what a great market report for the consumer for Charlottesville Real Estate and as a Charlottesville Real Estate Agent you are showing your extensive knowledge for buyers and sellers.
Ginny Lacey Gorman
North Kingstown Realtor