Byron GA Real Estate Market in July 2016
Have you been curious what are Byron Georgia homes worth in July 2016? If so you are in luck as that question and many more are answered in this month’s report. This real estate report dives in and provides information about the current and future real estate market in Byron GA as well as a preview of where this market is likely headed in the near future.
With just 60 properties on the market (up 10 over the previous month), this sellers market does not have a lot of new options for buyers and investors at the moment. However, the market can shift quickly so consumers should not give up if they really want to own a home in this community.
What can real estate consumers expect from this report? What are Byron Georgia homes worth in July 2016? Let’s take a closer look and find out!
Byron GA Homes Sales
This past month there were 19 Byron GA home sales. That was the third highest total in the past 12 months and was 12 more closings than the same month last year. The 12-month average is 15 sales. This is excellent news considering the lack of inventory. When sellers market price their homes and keep them well maintained, they have every opportunity to get seen and sold in this market!
The average sales price went up this month despite 2 distressed sales that took place. The average sales price for homes that sold came in at $163K+. That was $23K higher than the previous month, $15K more than the 12-month average ($148K), and up $23K over the same time-frame last year.
The average number of days on market for homes that sold came in at an excellent 36 days. The 12-month average is 81 days on the market.
The sales price to list price ratio (SP/LP) for sold homes was an outstanding 99.19%. The 12-month average SP/LP is 97.37%. When accurately market priced, Byron GA homes will sell closer to full price.
How can both buyers and sellers gain an advantage in the real estate market in Byron GA? Employ the services of a local Byron GA Real Estate Agent who understands all of the ups-and-downs of this market.
Byron GA Real Estate Market
Currently, the Byron GA real estate market favors sellers with 3 months of available inventory (60 homes) for consumers to choose from. Buyers who are interested in knowing what are Byron Georgia homes worth in July 2016 can review the following averages and totals for this past month to get a glimpse of the market activity in this community:
- Average Sales Price: $163,611
- Median Sales Price: $145,000
- Number of Monthly Sales: 19
- Number of Distressed Sales: 2
- Average Days-On-Market, Sold Homes: 36
- Average Sales Price /List Price Ratio: 99.19%
- Highest Priced Sale: $277,000
- Lowest Priced Sale: $102,000
- Highest Priced Listing: $510,000
- Lowest Priced Listing: $72,000
- Largest Home on the Market: 7,338 sq ft
- Smallest Home on the Market: 1,260 sq ft
Find Byron GA Homes for Sale
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As always, call me at (478) 960-8055 to find out what your Byron GA home is worth or so we can discuss your housing needs. I would love the opportunity to earn your trust and business in this market!
You can check out last month’s report here: Byron GA Real Estate Report for June 2016.
SO…What Are Byron Georgia Homes Worth In July 2016?
Statistics represent single family homes and townhouses in Byron GA (Source: CGMLS) for the referenced month. Information is deemed reliable, but not guaranteed.
The data related to real estate for sale on this website comes in part from the Internet Data Exchange (IDX) Program of Central Georgia MLS. IDX information is provided exclusively for consumers' personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing. All information provided is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed and should be independently verified.