Single family ’07 vs 08 from Garrett.
|Number of Sales||7||7|
|Median Selling Price||1,000,000||1,250,000|
|Number of Sales||20||21|
|Median Selling Price||788,000||830,000|
|Number of Sales||4||9|
|Median Selling Price||774,500||960,000|
|Number of Sales||27||11|
|Median Selling Price||871,000||1,155,000|
|Number of Sales||13||17|
|Median Selling Price||1,180,000||1,530,000|
|Number of Sales||2||3|
|Median Selling Price||1,250,000||2,050,000|
|Number of Sales||7||9|
|Median Selling Price||2,647,500||3,350,000|
|Number of Sales||2||0|
|Median Selling Price||1,241,500|
|Number of Sales||13||10|
|Median Selling Price||1,025,000||792,500|
|Number of Sales||48||20|
|Median Selling Price||676,500||561,500|
Data Provided by SFAR
4 thoughts on “Stats & Numbers: Single Family Homes (Jan ’07-Jan ’08)”
Anybody think buying in D9 ad 10 could be a good idea? The other district all seem quite strong.
Got to stick the core of the city man.
D9 is a huge area. Some parts of it probably haven’t even taken any sort of hit. As for buying in 10, if someone were to buy a mixed commercial/residential space along the 3rd street corridor, planned to live there, had a reliable commercial tenant, and planned to stay there for an extended period of time, I’d think that would be a very smart move. The city wants southward gentrification along 3rd to happen.
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