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North Reading Massachusetts Residential Market Activity Report - Year to Date (October 31, 2009)

North Reading MA Single Family Market Report - YTD (10/31/2009)

North Reading MA Real Estate

There were 105 single family residences sold YTD in North Reading, MA with an average sales price of $434,683 and an average days on market of 112. The selling range was a low of $9,900 and a high of $1,230,000.


The number of homes sold increased since 2008 from 82 to 105 units.  The average sales prices declined substantially from 2008 values.  This is primarily a result of the foreclosures being purchased by first-time home buyers taking advantage of the home buyer tax credit.  The increases in mortgage limits with FHA financing has allowed more buyers to purchase homes in the lower price ranges.


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This report is based on activity reported from the MLSPin MA MLS system and is not guaranteed to be accurate. It does not represent all of the listings that have sold during the specified time frame.


Comment balloon 0 commentsFred Doleac • November 26 2009 04:44PM