Home Sales and Prices by St. Paul Neighborhood

I don't usually run numbers on Mondays . . just because but I am a little late getting them out this month. They don't look so great either but keep in mind it is just one months worth of data for St. Paul and right now the lowest priced homes and foreclosures are selling at a much brisker pace than anything else on the market.  The clearance sale I keep writing about continues.  The neighborhoods with the most foreclosures have the lowest average sale prices for November. Novesale
224 Homes closed in November and there was not enough data for Merriam Park so I am leaving the prices blank.

The data used to make the chart is gathered from the MLS.  The data in the MLS is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. This data is for November 2008 for single family homes which includes condos, in the city of St. Paul, MN.  Homes that are pending have had offers made on them, and those offers have been accepted by the seller but the sale and has not yet closed. 

The prices are the actual sales prices of all homes that closed during the month of  November, all 224 of them.   In a month or so there will be enough data to compare 2008 homes sales and prices with 2007. 

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4 Replies to “Home Sales and Prices by St. Paul Neighborhood”

  1. Question: Does the MLS gives you also the amount in percentage of the sales compared to nov. 2007?
    Over here in Montreal the sales were down for 33% compared to 2007. But the prices are higher. Go figure.

  2. Teresa Boardman says:

    Deyanira – no the MLS doesn’t give us that but I can look back through my blog and find it that way or I can get last years number quickly. Sales in units have been running higher than last years. This months pendings are behind last years pendings and dollar volumn is down.

  3. Max Holdhusen says:

    Question: Why do the neighborhood classifications not follow the district council boundaries? I work in Summit-University and our neighborhood is split into multiple areas. Very confusing for us.

    1. Teresa Boardman says:

      It was changed in 2011 so that the districts are alligned more with the neighborhoods. You are reading data from 2008

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