Dunbarton Single Family Home Values: January-February 2016

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Dunbarton Single Family Home Values:  January-February 2016

Since 2005, I have been compiling property value reports for Braemar.  In recent years, I have have Single Family Home in Dunbartonadded more and more reports for the variety of homes the community offers.  This year, I have decided to add property value reports for Dunbarton.  This report will feature sales of detached single family homes sold in the first two months of 2016.  

Between the months of January and February there were five single family homes sold in Dunbarton.  Their sold prices ranged from $335,000 to $449,900.  Represented in these sales were three two bedrom homes and two four bedroom homes.  The average of all five sold prices gives us the average market value for a Dunbarton single family detached home of $366,080.  Compared to the last two months of 2015, this is a 1% increase in average value.  Compared to one year ago, it is over a 6.5% increase in average value.

Dunbarton Single Family Home Values:  January-February 2016

If you placed your Dunbarton single family detached home on the market, priced to current conditions, you could expect it to be under contract in an average of 100 days.  You could also expect a buyer to request an average of about 1% of the sales price in closing cost help.

The next Dunbarton Single Family Home Report will be out in May.  Until then, when you are ready to list your Dunbarton home, give me a call for a free market analysis of your specific home's value and a discussion about what I will do to get your home sold.

To see the Dunbarton Duplex Report for January-February 2016, click the link.


Statistics compiled using MRIS (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems.)


Comments (1)

Elizabeth Weintraub Sacramento Broker
Elizabeth Anne Weintraub, Broker - Sacramento, CA
Put 40 years of experience to work for you

These homes are so cute from the front -- the stone work and the curved wall -- but then the sides look like they are covered in vinyl siding. Is that a way to cut costs and keep the homes in Dunbarton affordable?

Mar 15, 2016 12:01 PM
Chris Ann Cleland

I suppose.  Stone is often combined with vinyl in our market.  It's rare to find a home that has anything more than a brick front.  We still love our siding here.

Mar 17, 2016 01:21 AM