A total of 20 homes were reported sold in Los Alamos CA in 2008. Sold listings averaged approximately 95 days on market, 1950 square feet, and $209 per square foot. The lowest resale was a ranch style bank owned home built in 2000 on almost a quarter acre which sold for $310,000. The highest sale was a new solar powered home on Foxen Lane which sold for $620,000. The average price of sold homes was about $417,000. Of the 20 homes that sold, 12 were bank owned (REO) listings, and 2 were closed short sales. So, 70% of the sales were foreclosure related, making this market foreclosure driven, in my opinion. Currently, there are 13 active listings, 5 are short sales and 2 are REOs.
If you would like a list of foreclosures or other active listings in the Los Alamos, California area, send an email request to me at tni@MintProp.com, or search for properties on my websites: www.CentralCoastRealEstateSearch.com, or try a map search at www.iLovetheCentralCoast.com. If you are interested in selling your Los Alamos CA home, send an email request to me at www.SellMyCentralCoastHome.com, and I will tell you how to take advantage of today’s market conditions.
*Based on the information from the Central Coast Regional MLS. Neither the Association, the Multiple Listing Service, or Mint Properties guarantees or is in any way responsible for its accuracy. Data maintained by the Association or its MLS may not reflect all real estate activity in the market.