Home prices in St. Paul are at an all-time high. The average sale price homes in St. Paul was higher than the average list price in May or 2019.
Multiple offers on homes that are for sale are common and that drives the price up. It is a wonderful market for home sellers but not so wonderful for buyers. We usually see the highest prices of the year between April and June and I noticed that pending sales were slightly lower in May than they were in April, while new listings were up from April. Maybe it is an anomaly or maybe the market is cooling a tiny bit.
The data used to make the table was exported from the NorthstarMLS. The data is deemed reliable but not guaranteed.
For more local numbers go to Local Market Conditions and Home prices.