Wonder What That Benicia Or Vallejo Home Sold For?

Real Estate Agent with Coldwell Banker Solano Pacific

If you own a home, you're probably curious about what homes are selling for in your neighborhood. And even if you don't own a home right now, if you're planning to buy in the near future, the same is probably also true.

Well, if you live in or are intersted in Benicia or Vallejo, you can click on my recent post at HomeSection.com to see complete details on every home sold in Benicia or Vallejo in November.

You'll find the selling price, list price, original list price, days on market, and net price change from start to finish for every home that closed escrow last month (32 in Benicia and 146 in Vallejo).

Plus, you'll be able to what date escrow closed and even whether it was a traditional sale, an REO or a short sale.

And you'll also get the basic property statistics for each property: bedrooms, baths, square footage.

A few highlights from that report:

  • The lowest price in Benicia was $105,900 for a Bay View Villas condominium.
  • The most expensive home in Benicia was a home on West I that sold for $1 million. That was also highest sales price in all of Solano County last month.
  • The least expensive home in Vallejo in November was on Selfridge St. ($46,000).
  • The highest sales price in Vallejo last month was $469,000, on Marshfield Rd. in Hiddenbrooke.

In addition to the Benicia-Vallejo Home Sale Report for November, be sure to also see my Solano County Monthly Home Sales Report for November, which has city-by-city home sale statistics and all sorts of grist for a number-cruncher's mill, including a cumulative month-by-month recap for Benicia, Vallejo, Fairfield, Suisun and Vacaville.

Comments (1)

Team Honeycutt
Allen Tate - Concord, NC

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Dec 13, 2009 03:44 AM