Northbridge MA Real Estate Market Report September 2013

Northbridge Massachusetts Real Estate Report September 2013

Learn what is going on in the Northbridge Real Estate market for September 2013 and why buyers are choosing Real Estate in Northbridge MA including data on schools, town history, demographics and more.

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Northbridge Real Estate Activity For September 2013 vs September 2012

In September of 2013 there were 10 homes that closed within the month for Northbridge MA Real Estate. This is an decrease of 1 unit, as there were 9 homes that closed in September of 2012.

The average list price for the homes that closed in September of 2012 was $249,244

The average list price for the homes that closed in September of 2013 was $321,350

The average sale price for the homes that closed in September of 2012 was $241,445

The average sale price for the homes that closed in September of 2013 was $316,110

The average market time for the homes that closed in September of 2012 was 159 days.

The average market time for the homes that closed in September of 2013 was 35 days.

Homes Under Contract For September 2013

11 homes went under agreement in the month of September. The average list price of the homes that went under agreement was $335,482. The average time on the market for these homes were 109 days. September was a little bit slower month for homes going under contract when compared to previous months although not bad. Fewer home sales is not all that unusual for this time of year. September traditionally is a slower time in the sales cycle as compared to the frenzied pace of the Spring market.

January 2010 – 2012 Final Year Real Estate Market Statistics For Northbridge Massachusetts

For the period of January to December of 2012 there were 120 properties sold.

For the period of January to December of 2011 there were 89 properties sold.

For the period of January to December 2010 there were 90 properties sold.

For the period of January to December in 2012 the average list price was $299,841 the average sale price was $286,407 the average market time was 127 days.

For the period of January to December in 2011 the average list price was $270,662 the average sale price was $260,852 and the average market time was 169 days.

For the period of January to December in 2010 the average list price was $292,115 the average sale price was $281,847 and the average time on the market was 120 days.

Current September 2013 Home For Sale Inventory Levels

The are currently 60 homes on the market in Northbridge MA. The average list price of these homes is $364,187. The average days on the market is 127. Inventory decreased again over the last month as it has for most of the year. There are now seven less homes for sale than there were last month.

Northbridge MA Real Estate Market Analysis

In 2012 the Northbridge Real Estate market had a decent increase in the amount of homes sold as compared to 2011. In fact there was over a 20 percent jump in the amount of sales. Homes took a bit longer to sell in Northbridge compared to some of the other surrounding area towns going East. There was still a downward trend in Real Estate values through out the year the first half of the year but the weakness occurred mostly in the upper end of the market (over 400k). The average days on market decreased substantially from the previous year. Homes under 300k tended to move a lot quicker than higher priced property.

For 2012 there were 120 real estate sales. For 2011 there were only 89 sales. This obviously a very healthy gain in sales volume for the year. All signs point to the fact we may be near a market bottom.

Current home inventory levels have remained low since the fall of 2012 and have continued to be that way as we head into October. There are now only 60 homes for sale in town. While inventory levels have been down in many towns in the area, Northbridge has seen a substantial drop that is much larger than some of the other surrounding towns.

Lower inventory is a good sign for those considering to sell their home as supply and demand is always a factor with Real Estate values. The lower inventory levels are having a positive effect on both the time it is taking for homes to go under contract, as well as the firming of market values.

The latter half of 2012 was when The Northbridge Real Estate market really started to firm, coinciding with the continued drop is housing stock. This trend continued throughout the Spring market and now as we head into the Fall inventory has remained consistently low. It does appear however, at this time that the market activity for new buyers entering the market has faded a bit and homes are not selling nearly as quickly as they were in the Spring.

So far in 2013 there have been 118 home sales. In 2012 at this same point in time last year there were only 81 sales. Northbridge is absolutely crushing it right now in the total number of sales when compared to last year.

While most of the area towns are experiencing an increase in the market value of homes, most towns have not seen a rise in the number of homes sold due to the lack of inventory. Throughout the Spring in the price points where inventory was low, homes were selling exceptionally quick.

In some towns where inventory was exceptionally low, there were homes that were receiving multiple offers  with the property eventually closing over asking price. The market is certainly different this year than last. There are signs now however, that the market cooling somewhat and we could see sales happening for less quickly than what we experienced in the Spring.

The above Northbridge Real Estate statistics are for single family homes ONLY and do not include condominiums or multi family homes.

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