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Mountain View Single-Family Homes – RECAP OF 2017

  • Dramatic record-high prices

  • Average price exceeded $2 million for first time

  • 82% sold for more than list price

  • Prices increased in every area of Mountain View

  • Average price more than doubled in 6 years

  • Only 3 sales for less than $1 million

  • Length of time to sell remained constant at 9 days

  • Lowest number of new listings on record

Mountain View Condos/Townhomes – RECAP OF 2017

  • Dramatic record-high prices

  • Average and median exceeded $1.1 million for first time

  • 84% sold for more than list price

  • Average price almost doubled in just 5 years

  • 40 sales for more than $1.5 million

  • Length of time to sell remained constant at 9 days

Mountain View Single-Family Homes – RECAP OF THE THIRD QUARTER OF 2017

  • Record high median price

  • 87% sold for more than list price

  • Record high price/square foot

  • Length of time to sell remained low

Mountain View Condos/Townhomes – RECAP OF THE THIRD QUARTER OF 2017

  • Record high median price

  • 88% sold for more than list price

  • Record high price/square foot

  • Length of time to sell remained low

Mountain View Single-Family Homes – RECAP OF THE FIRST HALF OF 2017

  • Record high prices

  • 83% sold for more than list price

  • Price/square foot increased 8%

  • Number of sales level

  • Length of time to sell steady

Mountain View Condos/Townhomes – RECAP OF THE FIRST HALF OF 2017

  • Record high prices…again

  • 81% sold for more than list price

  • Price/square foot increased 6%

  • Sales down compared to 1st half 2016

  • Far fewer condos/townhomes for sale

Mountain View Single-Family Homes – RECAP OF THE FIRST QUARTER OF 2017

  • Record high median price

  • 74% sold for more than list price

  • Price/square foot increased 3%

  • Increase in sales compared to Q1 2016

  • Length of time to sell steady

  • Fewer homes for sale

Mountain View Condos Townhomes – RECAP OF THE FIRST QUARTER OF 2017

  • Record high prices, once again

  • 67% sold for more than list price

  • Price/square foot increased 3%

  • Decline in sales compared to Q1 2016

  • Length of time to sell declines

  • Far fewer condos/townhomes for sale