Newton MA Real Estate Market Reports Quarter 3 2010

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Real Estate Agent with Virtual Homes Real Estate

Newton Massachusetts Real Estate Market Reports Quarter 3 2010

Single Family Home Sales

The Newton, MA real estate market report indicates that there were 148 homes sold in 2010 as compared to 200 in 2009. This represents a 26% decrease in the number of homes sold. The average sales price changed from $872280 in 2009 to $944920 in 2010, a 8% increase in value. The days on market changed 3 % from 72  to 74. Go to the Newton MA Q2 2010 report for comparisons in market conditions and their changes.

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Newton MA Averages Selling Prices for Homes    

Go to Newton MA homes for sale to view current listings of homes, condos, multi-family and land listings. Visit Newton MA Q3 2010 real estate report for additional data and graphs about condominium sales.

Newton Massachusetts Condominium Sales

The Newton, MA condominium market data indicates that there were 67 condos sold in 2010 as compared to 78 in 2009. This represents a 14% decrease in the number of condos sold. The average sales price changed from $471928 in 2009 to $473875 in 2010, a 0% change in value. The days on market changed -9 % from 109  to 99.

The Newton MA real estate report was compiled by Virtual Homes Real Estate. The data was extracted from the MA MLS (MLSPin) and is not guaranteed to be accurate.

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