Here are the Weston MA Homes Sold in March 2019. Let’s suffice it to say - Not Even Close when comparing the March 2019 metrics with those of March 2018. All of the figures were down across the board and fairly significantly this year vs. last. Here are the details:
Number of Sold Properties – 4 in March 2019 vs. 15 in March 2018
Total Market Volume – $5,440,000 in March 2019 vs. $30,428,999 in March 2018
Median Price – $1,400,000 in March 2019 vs. $1,585,000 in March 2018
Average Sale Price – $1,360,000 in March 2019 vs. $2,028,600 in March 2018
In terms of year to date sales (through March 31), I think we can guess the results. As was the case when comparing month to month this year vs. last, our year-to-date figures were down on all counts as well. Here are the specifics:
Number of Sold Properties – 21 in 2019 vs. 37 in 2018 - down 43% this year from last (it was down 23% in the February report)
Total Market Volume – $38,207,300 in 2019 vs. $81,887,999 in 2018 - down 53% this year from last (it was down 36% in the February report)
Median Price – $1,487,500 in 2019 vs. $1,775,000 in 2018 - down 16% this year from last (it was up 16% in the February report)
Average Sale Price – $1,819,395 in 2019 vs. $2,213,189 in 2018 - down 18% this year from last (it was also down 18% in the February report)
There was one land sale in March 2019 - 55 Hidden Road, comprising 1.96 acres, sold for $2,400,000. On a positive note, our 2019 year-to-date land sales (through March 31) were significantly higher than those of 2018. While there were two land sales in both years, the market volume, median price and average sale price were up 87% this year from last.
For more information about the real estate market in Weston, Wellesley, Wayland and the surrounding towns or if you are , considering buying or selling your home, please contact me, Lisa Curlett (lisacurlett.com, 781-267-2844 or email@example.com), to answer any questions or for a complimentary home appraisal.