Eagles Ridge Tallahassee • Home Sales Report December 2019
Eagles Ridge Tallahassee • Home Sales Report December

Eagles Ridge School System

Homes in Eagles Ridge are zoned for the following Leon County Public Schools:

Killearn Lakes Elementary School

Deerlake Middle School

Chiles High School

In this report, we will look at average home price trends, home value trends, and home size trends in Eagles Ridge. Additionally, we have provided a list of all closed home sales going back to 1991.

For all of the real estate graphs below, we show the number of closed home sales for each year (red columns, measured on the left vertical axis), as well as an important real estate statistic is shown in blue (measured on the right vertical axis.

It is important to note that the narrative contained below is for sales through years’ end for all previous years, but through Christmas Day 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 Eagles Ridge).

Eagles Ridge Home Prices

Average home prices in Eagles Ridge have moved nearly 5% higher when compared to last year’s average and are now just 7% below the all-time high recorded in 2007.

Eagles Ridge is a popular low-maintenance neighborhood and we expect prices to move to set a new record high, possibly in 2020.

Home sales activity in Eagles Ridge remains excellent, with every properly marketed home selling fast. Currently, there is just one home for sale in Eagles Ridge.

Home Values In Eagles Ridge

The average home value in Eagles Ridge in 2019 is $140 per square foot, up only slightly when compared to last year’s average.

With relatively few home sales each year, coupled with the fact that some are on the golf course (versus those on the interior which are less valuable), we often see fluctuations in the “average” value here. Whether selling or buying in Eagles Ridge, beware of online valuation tools and inexperienced real estate agents who might not truly understand actual market values.

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