Bucks County, Pennsylvania Real Estate - Houses Sold In April And First Quarter 2011

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Real Estate Agent with Century 21 Absolute Realty RS284559

Here is information about residential houses that sold in Bucks County, Pennsylvania for the First Quarter and April of 2011.

real estate delaware county paFirst Quarter 2011 (January, February, March)

The maximum sold price for a house was $2,225,000.

The minimum sold price for a house was $48,000.

The average sold price was $303,777.

The average amount of days on the market was 112.

847 residential houses sold in Bucks County in the First Quarter 2011.

Totals for April 2011

The maximum sold price for a house was $1,100,000.

The minimum sold price for a house was $50,000.

The average sold price was $300,906.

The average amount of days on the market was 100. 

358 residential houses sold in Bucks County in April 2011.


(Information from Trend MLS)

Previous Reports for Bucks County, Pennsylvania
Second Quarter Bucks County PA 2010
Third Quarter 2010 Bucks County PA

Fourth Quarter 2010 Bucks County PA

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