Market Report for Hopkinton, Massachusetts - November 29, 2009

Real Estate Agent with The Buyers' Counsel


Hopkinton home - Claudette Millette

The following is a market recap for the 4th week of November in Hopkinton: 

No new residential listings:  

No properties went under agreement:  Hopkinton sign - Claudette Millette

Five properties closed: 

  • 50 Hayward Street - 3 bedroom Cape - Sold price $222,000
  • 10 Claflin Place - 2 bedroom Colonial - Sold price $261,000
  • 124 Ash Street - 4 bedroom Colonial - Sold price $520,000
  • 9 Peppercorn Road - 4 bedroom Colonial - Sold price $586,000
  • 5 Gibbon Road - 4 bedroom Colonial - Sold price $612,500

There are currently 65 active listings.  The average price is $675,763.  The average market time is 134 days. 

Copyright 2009 - Claudette Millette, Broker, Owner, The Buyers' Counsel - (508) 881-6230

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