Highs and Lows 2012-Houses

We’re back! Let’s see how we did…

MOST EXPENSIVE HOUSE:

115 Flying Mist Great wide waterfront location brought a price of $1,520,000. Up from $1,448,000 in 2011 and $1,400,000 in 2010.

HIGHEST PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT:

1001 Monterey Nice big waterfront 3 bedroom at 2170 square feet. It sold for $1,475,000 bringing it in at $679.00 per square foot.

LOWEST PRICED HOUSE:

1049 Egret This short sale took forever to finally close and did so for $600,000.

LOWEST COST PER SQUARE FOOT:

This doesn’t really happen that much, but this house on Egret was 1930 sq ft and with that $600,000 price that brings it in at $310.00 per square foot. The lowest in quite awhile.

LONGEST ON THE MARKET:

This house at 758 Niantic was on the market for a whopping 436 days. ALL of 2011 actually…listed in December of 2010 and closed in March of 2012. It was quite an adventure trying to show this place and it was apparent to me that the seller really didn’t wat to sell.

GREATEST OVERBID:

335 Dolphin Isle was really a one of a kind house. Really amazing actually and it went $110,000 over asking. There were plenty of big overbids in 2012 but this was tops. Remarkable considering last years highest was $37,000.

GREATEST AMOUNT UNDER ORIGINAL LIST PRICE:

We’re back to this one again. It went from an original price of $975,000 to $825,000…or $150,000 reduction during it’s listing life.

 

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