Town N Country Park Tallahassee • Listings And Sales Report June 2019
Town N Country Park Tallahassee • Listings And Sales Report

After you look at the listings of homes for sale, I encourage you to examine trends of home prices, home values, and home sizes, along with a list of all closed home sales going back to 1991 to understand the current values to be found in Town N Country Park.

For each of the three real estate graphs found in this report, you will find the number of closed home sales for each year (red columns, measured on the left vertical axis), and an important real estate statistic shown in blue (measured on the right vertical axis).

It is important to note that the narrative contained below is for sales through December for all previous years, but through May in 2019. The graphs and the closed sales table will be continuously updated into the future (meaning bookmark this page if you always want to know the current status of homes in Town N Country Park).

Home Prices In Town N Country Park

Average home prices have moved nearly 8% higher over last year’s year average, as buyers get some much home for the money here.

The average home price in Town N Country Park in 2019 is $198K. Average home prices here shot above $200K in 2006, and it is likely we’ll see that happen for a final time either late this year or sometime in 2020. If you are a buyer, get while the getting is good!

Activity in Town N Country Park remains in the hands of current homeowners. Those that list and market a home correctly will sell immediately. Currently, there is just one home for sale in Town N Country Park and it is already under contract.

Town N Country Park Home Values

Average home values in Town N Country Park up nearly 3% in 2019. Four years ago I identified Town N Country Park has a significant value buy in the Tallahassee real estate market, and since that time, average values have risen 53%! These homes are still undervalued and will continue to beat the market.

Town N Country Park is now on buyers’ radar, so you need to act fast when one hits the coming-soon list. If you wait to see it until after it hits the market, another buyer will already have it under contract.

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