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January 2013 Market Trends for Hazlet and Holmdel

January real estate market trends for Holmdel and Hazlet

Welcome to the January Holmdel-Hazlet Real Estate snapshot blog provided by Doreen DeMarco and Gerine Skamarak of EXIT Realty East Coast.  

Our intention today is to give you a snapshot of the monthly statistics in your local real estate market.  Below is a comparison for January 2012/2013 closed home sales for Holmdel and Hazlet. (DOM=days on market)

Holmdel: *Closed Sales for the month of January: 

  • January 2013:  9 homes sold with an average sale price of $676,722. vs an average list price of $691,756. with an average 95 DOM
  • January 2012:  8 homes sold with an average sale price of $577,725. vs an average list price of $610,588 with an average 132 DOM
  • There are currently 25 homes under contract with an average list price of $752,336. with an average 117 DOM.
  • There are currently 80 homes available with an average list price of $1,126,000. with an average 187 DOM.


Hazlet: *Closed Sales for the month of January:

  • January 2013: 11 homes sold with an average sale price of $284,491. vs an average list price of $301,755. with an average 118 DOM
  • January 2012: 10 homes sold with an average sale price of $314,950. vs an average list price of $335,720 with an average 80 DOM
  • There are currently 27 homes under contract with an average list price of $281,396. with an average 100 DOM.
  • There are currently 72 homes available with an average list price of $318,952. with an average 97 DOM.

*Source: MOMLS 2012/13; Information believed to be accuarate but not guaranteed.

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bud February 03, 2013 at 07:07 PM
The real estate market data that is available these days is subject to question. The collapse of the housing market in 2008 brought about a tremendous number of tax appeals and subsequent reassessments. Many of the on-line services such as Zillow and Trulia base their "guestimates" on data that is lagging the real market, both up and down. The true value of a home is what it says on the check at the closing!

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