Marin County, CA Real Estate Market Conditions Update for October 2011

As of November 8, 2011 31% of available listings in Marvelous Marin County are in escrow.

For the month of October 2011 195 homes sold in Marin County (50 of which were distress sales) for an average final selling price of $870,584.

The average original asking price of these homes was $954,095.

The range of final selling prices was from a low of $75,000 to a high of $13,500,000.

Of the 195 homes that sold, 13 sold at their original asking prices and the 30 sold for more than their original asking prices.  So, Marin County is still one of the most desirable places to live.  People are still competing for it!

It took these homes an average of 108 days to sell.  Not too bad.  Just a little over 3.5 months.

To see everything that is currently for sale in our neck of the woods click here.

To learn more about this area in general, search more around this blog, visit my website or feel free to contact me directly.

Boat Shack at Nick's Cove in Marshall by Kelley Eling, Marin County Realtor
Boat Shack at Nick's Cove in Marshall by Kelley Eling, Marin County Realtor

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