The condos sold for the same period of 2010 compared to 2009 have also done well. Cambridge did see a decline of in the average sales price by more than 7% but did see an increase of more than 35% in the number of condos sold.
2009 vs. 2010
Brookline – Single Family
Number of Listings Sold: 65 vs. 100 up by 35
Average Sale Price: $1,318,967 vs. $1,326,708 +0.5%
Brookline - Condominium
Number of Listings Sold: 319 vs. 336 up by 17
Average Sale Price: $534,427 vs. $530,761 +0.6%
Cambridge – Single Family
Number of Listings Sold: 59 vs. 71 up by 12
Average Sale Price: $1,057,348 vs. $1,227,286 +16.07%
Cambridge – Condominium
Number of Listings Sold: 319 vs. 432 yp by 113
Average Sale Price: $534,427 vs. $492,335 - 7.876%
Newton – Single Family
Number of Listings Sold: 312 vs. 334 up by 20
Average Sale Price: $859,695 vs. $894.813 +4%
Newton – Condominium
Number Listings Sold: 142 vs. 168 up by 26
Average Sale Price: $465,101 vs. $471,149 +1.3%
This market data for homes sales in these Massachusetts towns shows that the market has been very active in 2010 compared to 2009. The number of homes sold have increased and single families are fetching more money. Sellers have become more realistic with their pricing, this mixed with some record low interest rates, has created a very good enviroment this year to purchase a property.
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