Saint Charles MO Real Estate Month over Month Statistics Sept. 2010 vs Sept. 2011
Saint Charles was Missouri’s first state capital from 1821 to 1826 and the home of pioneer and explorer Daniel Boone and his family. It was Boone who created Boon’s Lick Trail through the Saint Charles countryside, out of which grew the Santa Fe Trail and later the Oregon Trail – critical paths for early pioneers seeking a better life in the western United States.
Today, over 61,000 people call St. Charles MO their home. The City of St Charles MO is headquarters for Quilogy, Growing Family, RX System, NewCo Enterprises, and Client Services and home to the regional offices of Coca Cola Enterprises, Sysco and American Freightways.
St Charles MO is the oldest city on the Missouri River.
As you can see there are many reasons to live in St Charles Missouri. Chief among these are great restaurants, biking and walking trails, multiple vineyards and great communities to call home at a price that is affordable. If you are a history buff then you have the added plus of loads of historic buildings along with cobble stone streets in the city of St. Charles MO.
St Charles MO real estate offers a lifestyle and price for all and showing signs of improvement. Check it out.
The average list price of homes that closed in St Charles MO in Sept. 2010 was $183,185.
The average list price of homes that closed in St Charles MO in Sept. 2011 was $205,872.
The average sale price of homes that closed in St Charles MO in Sept. 2010 was $176,728.
The average sale price of homes that closed in St Charles MO in Sept. 2011 was $197,339.
The average market time for the homes that closed in St Charles MO in Sept. 2010 was 100 days.
The average market time for the homes that closed in St Charles MO in Sept. 2011 was 86 days.
There are currently 609 homes in for sale in Saint Charles MO. These homes range in size from 2 bedrooms to 5+ bedrooms all of which are in various price ranges.
*All information is deemed reliable, but not guaranteed per mls dated 10/8/2011
So if you are considering a move OR you are relocating to the Greater St. Louis metro area why not look into making St. Charles your new home.