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Alamo YTD sales up over last year

Comparing sales in Alamo YTD 2012 to 2011 shows an increase in sales and prices on the rise.

You've heard that inventory is low, and certainly part of the reason is that sales are up.  In Alamo, for the first 3 quarters of the year, we had 197 sales with a median sales price of $1,200,000 and a median price per square foot of $368. 62 of these sales were over $400/sf.

That's up compared to the first 3 quarters of 2011 when there were 135 sales with a median sales price of $1,100,000 and a median ppsf of $358. 36 were over $400/sf.

Homes are selling faster; they are getting better prices (not dramatically so, but prices are definitely up).

Today in Alamo, with 47 homes on the market, the breakdown of those homes looks like this:

•    under $1,000,000 – 8
•    $1m - $1.5 – 15
•    $1.5 - $2m – 8
•    $2m - $2.5 – 10 (including the 5 new Davidon homes under construction in Alamo Springs)
•    $2.5 - $3m – 2
•    $3m - $4m – 1
•    $4m - $5m – 1
•    $5m - $6m – 2

Looking for an open house today?  I have two beautiful view properties on the market in Alamo, both open 1-4:
www.391CastleCrest.com

www.2677Roundhill.com

Inventory numbers today (vs 9/30):
Alamo – 47 (down 5)
Danville – 102 (up 8)
Blackhawk – 39 (down 2)
San Ramon – 45 (down 8)
Dublin – 46 (down 9)
Pleasanton – 79 (up 6)
Lafayette – 39 (down 3)
Orinda – 45 (up 3)
Pleasant Hill – 24 (down 10)
Walnut Creek – 60 (down 9)
Rossmoor – 28 (down 7)
Antioch – 99 (down 22)

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