The Weymouth MA single family real estate report for 3rd quarter 2013 below detail numbers on average prices, listing volume, and days on market for the last few years. Average sale price provides useful information about the condition of the market, especially when compared to previous years. The number of homes sold gives us an indication of how active the market may be. Lastly, the days on market reflects buyer demand. When viewed together, these 3 figures can help you determine if it is a good time to buy or list a property, how long that process may take, and the price you may pay.
Single Family Home Sales for Weymouth MA
3rd Quarter Average Sale Price
The average selling price in Weymouth MA for the 3rd quarter increased 9.77% from $293,730 to $322,441. In the time frame prior to that, it decreased -2.44% from $301,073 to $293,730. Before that there was a -0.1% change. This most recent incline is different from past years.
3rd Quarter Number Of Listings Sold
The Number of listings sold in Weymouth MA for the 3rd quarter increased 15% from 140 to 161. During the prior period, it increased 53.85% from 91 to 140. Previous to that was a 12.35% change. This demonstrates a gradual increase during the past few years.
3rd Quarter Average Days On Market
The Average days on market in Weymouth MA for the 3rd quarter decreased -29.35% from 92 to 65. This after it increased 9.52% from 84 to 92. Before that was a -6.67% change. There is no consistent direction over the past few years.
Weymouth MA Single Family Real Estate Report For 3rd Quarter 2013
For more Weymouth MA single family real estate report for 3rd quarter 2013 or statistics for nearby areas, please contact Jonathan de Araujo, Realtor at William Raveis Real Estate by calling 339-200-9444 or emailing email@example.com. Note: These statistics were compiled from third party sources including county records and the Massachusetts MLS Property Information Network, Inc. They are meant to offer a general overview of the market, are not guaranteed accurate, and may not necessarily include every single family transferred in Weymouth.