Hudson FL Market Report January 2014 Home Sales

Hudson FL Market Report January 2014 Home Sales. Hudson, FL consists of waterfront homes, homes built in the subdivision style from the ‘1960’s to today, and small and large acreage ranch style homes.

There were 44 Single Family Homes Sold in January, 2014 Hudson FL Market Report January 2014

Highest sold: $225,000 for 1,680 sf in Hudson Beach Estates. Built in the 1982 and on a canal leading to the Gulf.

Lowest Sold: $27,295 for 1,044 sf in Florestate Park. Built in 1960.

Average Sales: $102,457.00; the list to sales price ratio was 96%, days to contract 98, and days to close 133.

Currently there are 393 homes Active ranging from $535,000 for 3,633 sf on the water, built in 2001; to $15,777 for 1,340 sf in Beacon Woods Village, built in 1974.
Average list price is $156,359. 100 homes went on the market in January.

Active With Contract and Pending total 126. Ranging from $227,000 down to $22,000. The average is $114,912. with 137 Days To Contract.

Again, low inventory will be a factor in pricing and solds in the next few months.

If you have questions about the market, give us a call: We’re always tracking it. Searching for homes for sale, click here.

Hudson FL Market Report January 2014 Home Sales
Toni and Craig Weidman

Toni and Craig Weidman

Florida Luxury, Trinity FL
727-237-0083 or 727-359-9518

 

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Hudson FL Market Report January 2014 Home Sales statistics are courtesy of the MFRMLS for New Port Richey, FL.

Hudson FL Market Report January 2014 Home Sales

 

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