Collegeville Housing Market News

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Collegeville (19426) February 2021

 

Below are the housing report details for single (unattached) homes in Collegeville, 19426 area:

Collegeville Housing Market

The median sold price for Detached homes for February was $477,500, representing a decrease of 4.6% compared to last month and an increase of 16.7% from Feb 2020.

The average days on market for homes sold in February was 15 days, 72% below the 5-year February average of 54 days.

There was a 15.8% month over month increase in new contract activity with 22 New Pendings; a 15.7% MoM increase in All Pendings (new contracts + contracts carried over from January) to 59; and a 6.7% decrease in supply to 28 active homes for sale.

 

Below are the February housing market info for Attached (Townhomes/Condos) homes in Collegeville:

Collegeville Housing Market Report

The median sold price for Attached (Townhomes/Condos) homes for February was $294,000, representing an increase of 1.4% compared to last
month and an increase of 7.9% from Feb 2020.

The average days on market for units sold in February was 45 days, 17% below the 5-year February average of 54 days.

There was a 30.8% month over month increase in new contract activity with 17 New Pendings; a 26.1% MoM increase in All Pendings (new contracts + contracts carried over from January) to 29; and a 35.3% decrease in supply to 11 active homes for sale.

Housing market reports are availalble by school district and/or subdivision by request.  Contact me if you’d like one of these housing market reports.

Homes in the Collegeville Area are selling like crazy right now

Every morning I log into the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) and I’m seeing houses sell for $5k, $10k, even $20k (or more) above what appraisals say is fair market value.

There’s so little inventory but a ton of buyers competing.

If you’re thinking about selling now or soon, there is a window of opportunity to lock in a windfall.

Once the wave of homes in forbearance hits, experts expect there will be a lot more homes for sale. So buyers will have more options.

But right now, the wind is in the sails of sellers.

If you want to get a ballpark estimate of what your home could sell for right now, based on my experience and my agent-only MLS data (not some general data on the internet) give me a shout and I’ll let you know what the numbers are for your house.

Shoot me a text (610)864-9872 or send me an email [email protected]

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