January

The Ashland Homes For Sale Market Report

Ashland is yet another town where the rumors of the end of the real-estate cycle may be pre-mature.  With just 12 homes on the market, we would need to see a lot of inventory not sell  to start seeing a pull back in prices.  Things may be expensive, but people keep on buying. 

Can’t see the chart? You can find it Here .

A lot of this, of course, is that there is not enough selling!  But there are still some things out there, and buyers have been very wary of homes that need a lot of work.  Part of that is that they don't have enough money - after to purchase - for a major renovation job!  But some of it is just that buyers are picky right now - more than usual!

What should potential home buyers do in Ashland?

You'll have to be patient - or lucky - to wait for more inventory.  I'd expand your search also, to Southborough, or Medway, or Holliston.

Find Your Next Home or Check out the Competition!

What should future home sellers do in Ashland?

Home sellers should breathe easy, that they won't have much competition, and will be able to test the market at high prices.  Don't wait too long-  be early this year!  The buyers are out now.

Ashland Homes For Sale and Sold Market Statistics - MLS Data

  • The Ashland “Home Seller Index” (HSI): 388 Last Report: 418
  • There are 12 homes actively listed as For Sale for Home Buyers.
  • In Ashland there have been 90 houses sold in the last 6 months, and 48 homes sold in the last 3 months.
  • The Average number of Days on Market was 18 days for recently SOLD homes In Ashland.
  • Homes for sale have been sitting for an average of 59 days homes For Sale (currently for sale).
  • The amount that was paid by Home buyers in Dollars per Sq. Ft. averaged 248 (vs. 233 in the last report)
  • Current home sellers are looking for $ 239 /sq foot
  • There was an Average Sold Price of $488,651 .
  • Ashland, MA, has 1 properties advertised as lender owned or foreclosure (typically foreclosure) .
  • There are 0 properties advertised as a short-sale is going to be needed by the lender.

All raw data are for Single Family Houses and based on data in MLS. Matt’s HSI is proprietary*, and is designed to offer town-by-town information, instead of large scale trends. *That means you won’t find it anywhere else. Take that, Case-Schilling!.

Other Posts You May Enjoy by Matt the Realtor