Saint Peters MO Real Estate Month over Month Statistics Sept. 2010 vs. Sept. 2011
Saint Peters MO is a nice city to call home. With its endless supply of shopping, restaurants, health care facilities, parks and recreation facilities, green space, walking paths, bike trails, and so much more. Not to mention that St Peters MO is close to hwy 70, this will give you easy access to the greater St. Louis metro area or to points west like Kansas City MO or the capitol in Jefferson City MO. You will also have a short trip to Missouri Wine Country where you will be able to enjoy some of Missouri’s finest wines and scenery.
The City of St. Peters Missouri has approximately 20 parks covering about 1,000 acres of land. These outdoor amenities available to park users include: recreation trails, playgrounds, picnic shelters and pavilions, athletic fields, fishing ponds, and landscape areas.
The average list price of homes that closed in St Peters MO in Sept. 2010 was $188,631.
The average list price of homes that closed in St Peters MO in Sept. 2011 was $157,426.
The average sale price of homes that closed in St Peters MO in Sept. 2010 was $179,869.
The average sale price of homes that closed in St Peters MO in Sept. 2011 was $152,445.
The average market time for the homes that closed in St Peters MO in Sept. 2010 was 86 days.
The average market time for the homes that closed in St Peters MO in Sept. 2011 was 110 days.
There are currently 472 homes in for sale in Saint Peters MO. These homes range in size from 2 bedrooms to 5+ bedrooms all of which are in various price ranges. There is a home style or life style for everyone. So if you are considering a move or you are relocating to our area in 2011 St Peters MO may be the community for you.
*All information is deemed reliable, but not guaranteed per mls dated 10/8/2011
Nationally recognized as a great place to live, St. Peters MO offers affordable, quality living with top-notch amenities and services. St. Peters MO is also a business-friendly community with opportunities for growth. Come see why nearly 60,000 people call St. Peters “My Hometown.”