September Update Housing Prices On The Rise

Dated: 10/19/2016

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New List Prices and Sold Prices Are On The Rise!

With the premature smell of pumpkin spice in the air, September 2016 sales volume was up 5.7% year-over-year. Our housing supply is best viewed by price range. We see constraint at the lower price points and gains as list prices increase with more than enough supply at the high end of our market. 

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Tyler and Donette Monsen

About Tyler Monsen: Tyler had goals of becoming a Professional Golfer at the tender age of 4 when he was first introduced to the game by his father. He went on to be a High School All-American and ....

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