Lake Chelan Real Estate New Construction 6 Month Market Snapshot

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Lake Chelan Real Estate  New Construction Activity over the last 6 months. 


There is currently about a 6 month supply of new homes in various stages of construction for sale in the Lake Chelan Valley. As of today, there are 22 homes for sale ranging in size from just over 1000 square ft to over 4100 sq. feet. 

Inventory peaked in January 2017 with the introduction to several pre-sale listings in Manson. 



New Construction in Chelan and Manson


Here's a review of inventory and activity for Single Family new construction listings and sales for the past 6 months*


Active Listings: 

Currently Availability: 22

Lowest priced listing: $269,950

Highest priced listing: $1,99,950New Homes for sale in Lake Chelan

Average List price: $663,241

Median List price: $642,250

Average Market time: 141 Days


Pending Listings: 

Total number: 3

Lowest priced listing: $294,900

Highest priced listing: $595,000

Average List price: $663,241

Median List price: $642,250

Average Market time: 75 days


SOLD Listings: 


Total number: 20

Lowest priced listing: $265,000

Highest priced listing: $1,167,000

Average List price: $542,324

Median List price: $483,510

Average Market time: 75 days


*These statistics represent single family spec homes listed through NWMLS and do not include any custome construction properties. 

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Colleen M. Fischesser, Managing Broker

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Serving Seattle and the Chelan Valley

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This is a personal blog based on my opinion and experience in the real estate industry. All content is provided for informational purposes and should not be construed as legal, financial or tax advice. Laws, industry practice standards and procedures vary by state. Readers are advised to contact appropriate third parties for professional advice when needed. Any questions please let me know!


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