South Kingstown Rhode Island Real Estate Report - Year to Date (11/30/2009)
Homes and Condominium Sales and Activity
Single Family Homes - As of November 30, 2009, there were 215 single family homes on the market in South Kingstown, RI, with an average list price of $542,321 and an average days on market of 180. For sales pending, there were 30 homes under contract with an average list price of $292,907 and an average DOM of 106. There were 231 homes sold in South Kingstown YTD with an average sales price of $315,480 and an average DOM of 113. The selling range was a low of $37,000 to a high of $1,545,000.
Condominiums - There were 43 condos on the market in South Kingstown, RI, as of November 30, 2009, with an average list price of $321,316 and an average days on market of 298. There were 7 condos under contract with an average list price of $319,842 and a DOM of 310. 35 condos sold YTD in South Kingstown with an average sales price of $330,167 and an average DOM of 195. The selling range was a low of $140,000 to a high of $500,000.
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This report is based on activity reported from the MLXchange RI 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.
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