The Northside Market

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Real Estate Agent with Coldwell Banker Woodland Schmidt

Curious about the market? Here is a graph showing the market activity for the the last 1/2 of 2006. This covers the Northside area. basically Cedar Creek, Dalton, Laketon, and Muskegon townships north of the Muskegon river.

The 100-125 = $100,000 - $125,000. price range the $125,000. - $150,000. price rqange is next.

The numbers beneath each price range are the number of homes sold in that area at those price ranges.

A couple examples:

13 Homes in the $100,000. - $125,000. price range Sold in Dalton Township between June and December 2006.

3 Homes in the $200,000. - $250,000. price range Sold in North Muskegon between June and December 2006.

Northside Market Activity july - December

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Christina Botteri
REeBroker - Roseville, CA

Could you add a little commentary to the graph?  Market info from other areas is interesting, but this chart seems a little unintuative...

Thanks!

Best,

Christina :)

Dec 19, 2006 09:23 PM #1
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Brent Link
Coldwell Banker Woodland Schmidt - North Muskegon, MI

Sorry. After I posted it, I realized that I had created that graph for myself and knew just what it was saying! I did add some details.

I hope it is usefull now.

Dec 20, 2006 04:58 PM #2
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Gary White~Grand Rapids Home Selling Pro Call: 616-821-9375
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CRS with give you a bit more insight.  Still a nice post.
May 12, 2007 09:04 AM #3
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