Hunt Valley home sale statistics for September 2010 were up 19.08% over the same month last year, marking a good incline in the market.
While Baltimore County home sales in general were down 19.4%, and prices were also down 1.4%, the number of Hunt Valley home sales rose and the values rose 5.85% as well. Days on the market dropped from 112 to 54, which is another good sign, and the best statistic for Hunt Valley homeowners is that these 9 sellers got 95.12% of their list price, showing that they priced well, their houses sold quickly, and they got close to what they were asking for their homes!
Also, according to the MRIS (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, our local multiple listing service), in 21230, which includes Hunt Valley and Cockeysville, there were 30 new homes listed, and 12 homes went under contract in the month of September.
This shows Hunt Valley is holding and rising in value, which is great news for Hunt Valley homeowners. For Hunt Valley homebuyers, now is the time to buy!
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[…] Though two less homes settled from the same time last year, average Hunt Valley house values were up 14.64% from $336,862 in October 2009 to $386,167 this October. This is the second month in a row of increasing home sales prices in Hunt Valley! […]