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How long on average is a house on the market in the middle of Wakefield Rhode Island. In town!

  • November 21 2011 - South Kingstown
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Yes Markus, it is all about location, location, location!  This location is perfect for some and too populated for others but that is teh great thing about Rhode Island! 

Happy New Year!

Erin Diaz, Broker - Owner
Beaches & Backroads Realty
  • January 04 2012
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Sounds like Your town is in high demand, much shorter time on market than the national average!  Location, Location, Location!
  • November 30 2011
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Hey there!

In a quick report I just ran, homes in town (basically within 1/2 mile of High &/or Main Street) that are on the market for sale have been on the market an average of 86 days and properties in the last 90 days that have sold also located in town were on the market on average just 40 days!  Unfortunately this information is only accurate for a short time as the market is continuously adding new inventory and selling off current inventory.  If you are thinking about buying or selling a home in town, talk with a local agent and they can provide you with the most current information as of that point!

Have a fabulous afternoon!

Erin Diaz, Broker - Owner
Beaches & Backroads Realty
  • November 30 2011
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Pricing is the most important factor. You need to have a realtor give you a market analysis of your home; that isto say the price range your property  can reasonably expect to sell for in today's market. If is priced too high, buyers normally will wait until the home is priced to market to make an appointment or inquire about the property, this adds additional days to market. Second biggest factor affecting days on market is the appearance, condition, curb appeal of home as compared to other similarly priced homes in the area. That being said, the average days on market in Wakefield is about 100 days. Hope this is of some help :-0)

  • November 21 2011
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