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Single Family housing data – Price Range, Listings, Days on the Market and Sale Price

I don’t think its news to anyone that both the number and price of Single-Family homes SOLD has improved dramatically over the past year.  As our economic recovery is underway, a strong Federal Reserve policy is keeping mortgage rates at historical lows and together with low housing inventory the principles of supply verse demand has created a Sellers market.  The net result is higher home prices.  Listed above is a snap shot of Single Family homes SOLD in Sherborn over the past year (10/18/12 to 10/18/13).  This Data is provided by MLSPIN.

Learn more about homes sale data for other neighboring towns by visiting my blog site RealEstateinMassachusetts.org

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Roger Martin is a Realtor with Century 21 Commonwealth.  Roger is a unique blend of both Realtor and licensed General Contractor with over 20 years of experience building Custom Homes, Renovation and Design.  Serving the Ashland, Brookline, Chestnut Hill, Concord, Dover, Framingham, Lexington, Marlborough, Natick, Needham, Newton, Sherborn, Sudbury, Wayland, Wellesley, Westborough, Weston and surrounding areas.  If you have questions, comments or suggestions for future articles or have interested buying or selling a home, please feel free to contact Roger at (p) 1.508.598.1934 ; (email) rogermartinre@gmail.com or visit my blog at  www.realestateinmassachusetts.org

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