Bucks County December Market Report
Bucks County, PA Homes for Sale have seen steady price improvement month to month as well as year to year as inventory levels remain at all-time lows.
The Numbers Month to Month and Year to Year
The median sales price for Bucks County, Pa Homes for Sale was $310,000 in December 2017 compared to $294,000 during December 2016 and $290,000 December 2015.
The number of Bucks County, Pa Homes for Sale that sold was 7,334 in December 2017 vs. 7,178 in December 2016 and 6,845 that sold December 2015.
|AVERAGE SETTLED PRICE||$341,000||$342,000||$359,000||0.29%||4.97%|
|MEDIAN SETTLED PRICE||$290,000||$294,000||$310,000||1.38%||5.44%|
|TOTAL SETTLED VOLUME||$2,338,694,000||$2,461,913,000||$2,638,497,000||5.27%||7.17%|
Year-To-Date Market Snapshot: Single-Family, December 2017
A few highlights of the current , Bucks County Homes for Sale are shown below and represent a nice cross section of properties available, in contract and that have sold.
This Month’s Most Expensive
The most expensive of all Bucks County, Pa Homes for sale this month is listed at $10,000,000 and includes 10 bedrooms, 7/2 bath and has 8601 sqft.”The property began with a stone settler’s cottage and grew to include a c. 1700 stone manor house with later additions, a carriage house, barns, workshops and extensive stables”(see details ).
This Month’s Least Expensive
The least expensive of all Bucks County, homes for sale came in at $49,900 and would be a great home for a savy first time homebuyer or an investor. It has 3 bedrooms and 1 bath with 1,162 sqft and needs complete updating (see details).
This Month’s Must See
There were some great Bucks County, Pa Homes for Sale to consider for this month’s ‘Must See’ home tour.
A home on Hilltop Rd listed at $299,900 is this month’s winner as it shows how great interior design can give a space a much bigger feeling. Looking at the stats of this home online may not impress you with the idea that it has a lot of room, but the layout of the home and the interior design give it the feel of a home with much more sqft than it actually has (see details).