December 2013 Suquamish & Indianola Home Sales & Trends

Suquamish & Indianola Home Sales Data December 2013 & 18 Mo Prior

Number of Homes Sold increases both from November 2013 and previous year.

There were 7 Homes Sold in Indianola & Suquamish during December 2013. This is a jump from the 4 in November 2012 and the 5 during the same period last year.  The average selling price in properties also increased 30% from November.

There was only one distressed property sale in this area for December, making for only 14% of home sales being distressed which is the lowest in the past 7 months.

When we look at average $/Sq Ft of properties, $159 for December is one of the highest values over the past 12 months.

Indianola & Suquamish tend to be the most variable communities in Kitsap County when it comes to home sales trends. There is a high diversity of home types and price ranges in a rather small geographic area.  Despite this variability, home sales are improving and we  expect to see an increase in Homes sold during January 2014.

Avg. Original $ $301,057
Avg. Listing $ $286,257
Avg. Selling $ $278,771
Median Sale $ $225,000
$/Sq ft $159
TTL # Sold 7
CDOM 78
DOM 69
# Distressed 1
% Distressed 14%
SS 0
REO 1

Thank you for visiting our blog. We hope to see you again soon! As always, we would love to hear any questions you may have. Either Jana or Brian would be more than happy to help!

Brian Wilson, Broker; mobile: 360-689-2466

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Jana Salmans, Managing Broker; mobile: 360-509-9684

John L. Scott Real Estate
19723 10th Ave NE; Suite 200
Poulsbo, WA 98370

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Data Source: Northwest MLS (NWMLS)
The NWMLS, Brian Wilson or Jana Salmans do not guarantee the accuracy of this data and are not responsible for it’s accuracy. Data from the NWMLS may not reflect all real estate activities in the market. Information deemed reliable but not guaranteed.

 

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