Bunker Hill-Waterbury CT Real Estate Market Report for January 2013
Bunker Hill-Waterbury CT Real Estate Market Report for January 2013 The Bunker Hill area of Waterbury’s West End is looking to have a robust spring selling season, with almost half of the homes on the market currently under deposit and at prices close to the current average selling prices, which are much better than last year.
There are 48 Bunker Hill-Waterbury CT homes for sale
- Average listing price of $145,238
- Median listing price of $144,000
- 31 pending sales (under contract):
- average asking price of $122,390
- median asking price of $119,900
7 homes were sold in Bunker Hill-Waterbury CT in January 2013:
- Average sale price of $121,164
- Median sale price of $134,900
- By comparison, in January 2012, 12 homes were sold in Bunker Hill-Waterbury CT, with an average sale price of $90,446 and a median sale price of $75,000
These are the seven homes that won the Bunker Hill-Waterbury CT real estate market homes sold contest for January:
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Courtesy of William James Walton, Sr. , Realtor, WEICHERT, REALTORS® - Briotti Group
Serving northern New Haven and southeastern Litchfield Counties (Waterbury, Wolcott, Prospect, Naugatuck, Middlebury, Southbury, Watertown, Thomaston and Plymouth)
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