The median home sale price in St. Paul in 2019 went up 1.6% from 2018. The Payne Phalen neighborhood had the largest sales price increases for the year at 11.7% and the West 7th neighborhood had the smallest increase at 0%.
In general, the neighborhoods with the lowest median home sale price saw the biggest year over year price increases. The trend has been consistent over the past several years. For 2020 I am predicting an overall median price increase for St. Paul of about 1%.
Look for more local residential real estate numbers on Monday, January 13th.
The chart was created using Info Sparks and data from the Northstar MLS which is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. The chart was made using MSExcel.
If you would like to know how much your house might sell for contact me and I’ll get you some numbers.