How well did homes sell in February, 2011 in your neighborhood?
(Click on the cities below to see real estate trends for the past 5 years. You’ll find the median pricing for each city and whether the number of homes for sale and the number of sales went up or down. The odds of selling a home in each area is a result of the number of homes for sale divided by the actual number of home sales, so if 10 out of 100 homes sold, the odds of selling would be 10/100 or 10%)
Thirty-five percent of the homes for sale around Microsoft in Redmond and East Bellevue sold last month. That’s an incredible number and one we haven’t seen for years. Overall, February was the most positive month for eastside home sales in the past several years!
The odds of selling a home were 23%.
Median sales price dropped: $499,995 to $489,990. Home values have been more stable here than anywhere else on the eastside.
There were 605 homes for sale.
A total of 153 homes sold.
The odds of selling a home were 35%.
Median sales price increased by 2% to $430,000 to $439,950.
157 homes were for sale
A total of 57 homes sold.
The odds of selling a home were 25.5%.
Median price decreased from $579,990 to $500,000.
283 homes were for sale.
A total of 83 homes sold.
The odds of selling a home were 24.5%.
Median price was down from $397,000 to $375,000.
549 homes were for sale.
A total of 150 homes sold.
The odds of selling a home were 20%.
Median price increased to $542,725 from $537,500, a 1% increase.
251 homes were for sale.
A total of 60 homes sold.
The odds of selling a home were 18%.
Median pricing was down from $981,750 to $899,000.
174 homes were for sale.
A total of 37 homes sold.
The odds of selling a home were 16%
Median pricing decreased from $474,950 to $450,000.
293 homes were for sale.
A total of 52 homes sold.
If you’d like more specific information about your neighborhood or home, feel free to contact me.