Numbers are a great way to start the week and these numbers represent home sales in the city of St. Paul, MN by neighborhood for the Month of March 2014. Even though temperatures were below average home sales and prices were about what I would have expected for the month. Generally as we head into spring the number of home sales increases city wide and the prices go up. I noticed in the Macalester-Groveland neighborhood, and the Payne -Phalen neighborhood the number of homes that went pending is greater than the number that were put on the market.
The median home sale price for St Paul was around 144K in January, and it was 153,500 for March. The average home sale price is also up by about 4% since January.
Even though 837 homes are currently for sale in St. Paul many of them have contingent offers on them leaving about 652 with no offers.
The numbers used to make this table came from the Regional Multiple Listing Service (RMLS) which is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. There is no better source for local home sale data. No numbers were harmed in the creation of this table. They were instead imported into a MS Xcel spreadsheet where they were carefully sorted, totaled and averaged.
For more local data for home sales in St. Paul, MN please see the Local Market Conditions and Home Prices category.