Since the end of 2010 I have written a blog to provide you with current information about the Saginaw, Texas, housing market.
I write about trends in listings and sales.
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Saginaw Home Sales Report for September 2017 Thirty-one homes sold in Saginaw in September, which is approximately the number of sales for recent months. Other indicators show a changing market. The relationship between the list price and the sold price … Continue reading
Thirty-three homes sold in Saginaw in August of 2017. The average sales price of $197,747 moved upward toward $200,000. The lowest sales price was $115,000 and the highest was $327,990. Thirteen houses sold for more than $200,000. Six sold … Continue reading
Thirty-Five houses sold in Saginaw in July of 2017. An interesting trend was the number of older homes that were remodeled and sold as sellers took advantage of the higher prices in our neighborhoods. Six of the 35 homes were … Continue reading
June 2017 was an active month for Saginaw home sales as homeowners took advantage of the recent appreciation in our area and investors cashed out their equity. The average home sold for $188,370. This average home was 1870 square feet … Continue reading
I sold 961 Fenway Lane in 3 days for $6000 above list price. The market continued to be exceptionally good for sellers. In May 2017, 38 homes sold in Saginaw. Three were new construction. The sold prices ranged from $90,000 … Continue reading
1044 West Hills Terrace sold for 105% of list price in three days! The trends for Saginaw April home sales continued with new construction, low inventory for less expensive homes, rapid sales and higher dominating the market. Of the thirty-eight … Continue reading
Saginaw Residential Home Sales Update for March 2017 Thirty-five homes sold in Saginaw in March with an average sold price of $201,927. The median sold price was only $187,000. The median price was so much lower than the average price … Continue reading
The sales of homes in Saginaw during February showed an interesting sales pattern. The twelve homes that sold for less than $190,000 were quite different than the homes that sold for more than $200,000. This $200,000 price point is important … Continue reading
One of the questions that I am often asked is, “When is the best time of the year to sell my home?” A graph of the home sales in Texas from 1990 through 2015 show January as the slowest month … Continue reading
Sales in January fell from 39 homes sold in December to only 27 in January, 2016. The least expensive home sold in January was $120,000, only $100 more than December’s least expensive home. January’s most expensive home was $284,900, down … Continue reading