Friday, December 11, 2009

Cache County Sellers are Getting Closer to Ask Price

Cache Valley home sellers have been getting 6.5% less than their original list price when selling their homes the last two months. This is closer to the original list price than we've seen in a while.

This tells us that either home buyers are offering more, or else sellers are now more realistic with their original list price. From April-September, the average sales price of Cache County Utah Real Estate was more than 10% less than the original list price.

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Owner Financed Homes said...

This is an interesting post,,, it is curios to know that Cache County Sellers are Getting Closer to Ask Price...
thanks for the post
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Realtor Advertising said...

"Cache County Sellers are Getting Closer to Ask Price", nice post... Thanks for the post..

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Wow, i never knew that...