Besides last Monday’s $48,000,000 closing, we’ve had 56 house deals in the last 30 days or so, ranging in price from $11,180,000 down to $549,000. Is that good? Yes, that is a “brisk” pace for this time of year, especially when you add to that total my certain knowledge of a whole bunch of other deals that are presently “contingent”, so brokers are reluctant to report them. All in all, things are good. As long as you don’t over-price, you will be on and off the market in 60 days or less.
Here’s the break-down:
Of those fifty-six, thirty-three of them are priced between $1.5M and $3.995M. The 2Ms are particularly strong, where we see fourteen deals, but it really is broad-based activity, up and down the price range. Hell, we had three deals in the $500,000s, not bad for fancy Greenwich, CT.
And here is a link to the 56 properties (the damned link only remains active for a month or two):