The Ipswich MA single family property sales summary for 2nd quarter 2013 in this blog detail figures on average sales, listing volume, and average days on market for the last few years. Average sale price offers useful details about the condition of the real estate market, especially when compared to past years. The volume of listings reflects market activity. Thirdly, the average days on market demonstrates demand. When viewed together, these three figures may help you decide whether it is a good time to purchase or list a home, how long that may take, and how much you may pay for a home.
Single Family Property Sales for Ipswich MA
2nd Quarter Average Price of Homes Sold
The average selling price in Ipswich MA for the 2nd quarter increased 6.02% from $416,658 to $441,720. Prior to that, it increased 0.1% from $416,245 to $416,658. That after a -11.95% change. There is no consistent direction during the past few years.
2nd Quarter Number Of Homes Sold
The Number of homes sold in Ipswich MA for the 2nd quarter increased 22.58% from 31 to 38. In the time frame previous to that, it increased 121.43% from 14 to 31. Before that there was a -56.25% change. These figures display no consistent pattern during the past few years.
2nd Quarter Average Days On Market
The Average days on market in Ipswich MA for the 2nd quarter decreased -9.22% from 141 to 128. During the previous period, it increased 7.63% from 131 to 141. Prior to that was a -21.08% change. These figures present no consistent pattern during the past few years.
Ipswich MA Single Family Property Sales Summary For 2nd Quarter 2013
For more Ipswich MA single family property sales summary for 2nd quarter 2013 or information for other communities, please contact John Wells, REALTOR at Wellsco Realty by calling 978-518-1481 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Note: This information was obtained from third parties including county records and the MLS Property Information Network, Inc. It is intended to provide a general overview of the market, are not guaranteed, and might not necessarily include every single family sold in Ipswich.