2007 vs 2006 ~ Saratoga Real Estate Housing Sales ~ Map, Pics, Graphs & Stats

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The 2007 Completed Sales Report for Saratoga Single-Family Homes saw a closing of 344 sales receiving 98.24% of list price. These closings represented a median price of $1,650,000 and an average price of $1,854,473. There were 524 new listings reported for the 2007.

Total Sales: $ 637,938,786

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The 2006 Completed Sales Report for Saratoga Single-Family Homes saw a closing of 318 sales receiving 97.83% of list price. These closings represented a median price of $1,550,000 and an average price of $1,707,971. There were 729 new listings reported for the 2006.

Total Sales: $543,134,980

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2007~Saratoga Condos/Townhouses had 47 closed sales receiving 98.94% of list price. These closings represented a median price of $646,975 and an average price of $792,734. There were 68 new listings for 2007

Total Sales: $36,465,800

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2006~Saratoga Condos/Townhouses had 43 closed sales receiving 99.17% of list price. These closings represented a median price of $650,000 and an average price of $713,671. There were 67 new listings for 2006

Total Sales: $30,687,864

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2007~Single-Family Homes in Saratoga had an average of 123 days on market (DOM) and 123 cumulative days on market (CDOM). Condos/Townhouses had an average of 123 DOM and 123 CDOM.

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2006~Single-Family Homes in Saratoga had an average of 43 days on market (DOM) and 63 cumulative days on market (CDOM). Condos/Townhouses had an average of 29 DOM and 38 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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