Home prices are up in all neighborhoods and the average home sale prices in St. Paul were higher than the average list price. Median home prices in St. Paul are higher than they were during the real estate peak in 2006, before the housing market crashed. Home sales were down slightly in June from May and the number of new listings went up.
Homes are selling in about 25 days or less. There were even a few million dollar homes that sold in less than a week.
The data used to make the table was extracted from the NorthstarMLS and is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. The data includes most of the home sales in St. Paul.
The number of homes on the market has risen a bit but is still very low. There should be about twice as many homes for sale.
For more local real estate data please see Local Market conditions and home prices. If you would like to know how much your home will sell for please contact me, and I will send out some numbers.