2007 vs 2006 Silicon Valley Real Estate Housing Sales for City of Mountain View ~ Pics, Graphs & Stats

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The 2007 Completed Sales Report for Mountain View saw a closing of 270 Single-Family Homes receiving 103.55% of list price! These closings represented a median price of $1,055,094 and an average price of $1,085,372. There were also 355 new listings reported.

Total Sales: $293,050,552

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The 2006 Completed Sales Report for Mountain View saw a closing of 318 Single-Family Homes receiving 101.07% of list price! These closings represented a median price of $910,500 and an average price of $990,795. There were also 410 new listings reported.

Total Sales: $ 315,072,852

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2007~ Mountain View's Condos/Townhouses had 354 closed sales receiving 101.75% of list price. These closings represented a median price of $608,750 and an average price of $602,680. There were 489 new listings for the year.

Total Sales: $213,348,918

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2006~ Mountain View's Condos/Townhouses had 434 closed sales receiving 100.57% of list price. These closings represented a median price of $559,500 and an average price of $563,952. There were 576 new listings reported.

Total Sales: $244,755,450

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2007~ Mountain View's Single-Family Homes had an average of 19 Days on Market (DOM) and 22 Cumulative Days on Market (CDOM). Condos/Townhouses had an average of 24 DOM and 27 CDOM.

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2006~ Mountain View's Single-Family Homes had an average of 22 DOM and 31 CDOM. Condos/Townhouses had an average of 23 DOM and 33 CDOM.

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It is beneficial for KAPOWICH REAL ESTATE to be a member of Silicon Valley Association of Realtors and Santa Clara County Association of Realtors which partly supports MLSListings, a Multiple Listing Service (MLS). MLSListings, also maintains statistics on real estate transactions for Santa Clara County and San Mateo County. We love this stuff!

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Pat Kapowich, "Negotiating Smooth Transactions Throughout The South Bay" SiliconValleyBroker.com

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