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Bedford, MA Real Estate - Market Update for August 2010

Source: Originally posted on historicmetrowestrealestate.com.

Bedford Massachusetts Real Estate - Market Update for August 2010

If you would like any additional information please call Peggy Dowcett, Coldwell Banker at 978.302.3988

As of August 31, 2010 there have been a total of 58 single family homes
Sold in Bedford, MA between $290,000 and $1,021,000.bedford ma

The average list price was $636,000 and the average sale price was $614,250. The average market time was 59 days.

As of August 31, 2009 there were 49 homes sold in Bedford, MA between $225,000 and 1,150,000.

The average list price was $559,200 and the average sale price was $545,000. The average market time was 69 days.

Within the month of August, 2010 there were 6 homes that sold between $375,000 and $950,000.

The average list price was $604,000 and the average sale price was $595,000. The average market time was 20 days!

Within the month of August, 2009 there were 9 homes that sold between $225,000 and $1,150,000.

The average list price was $664,000 and the average sale price was $635,000. The average market time was 97 days.

Within the month of August, 2010 the were 5 homes under agreement between $405,000 and $1,025,000.

The average list price was $644,000. The average market time was 71 days.

As of August 31, 2010 there were 42 single family homes on the market between $250,000 and $1,449,000 with an average list price of $664,000. The average market time was 98 days.

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About Bedford, Massachusetts:

The town of Bedford has retained both natural and architectural beauty. Visitors to Bedford find an attractive historic district and town common in the center, the 1790 Job Lane house, and several national historic landmarks. It boasts the oldest American Flag in the United States history, which is on display at the library. Each April the Bedford Minuteman Company re-enacts the early battles of the Revolutionary War. Bedford Day is celebrated every September with a parade, street fair and live entertainment.

Outdoor recreation is year round. Recreation activities include a swimming pond, a lake for boating, public boat launch on the Concord River, bike-path to Cambridge, walking the many trails of conservation land, canoeing, kayaking, fishing and cross-country skiing.

The charm of Bedford and its small town feel are enhanced by the convenient shopping, nearby restaurants and the beauty of the town. Combine that with its convenient 15 mile commute to Boston its no wonder why residents believe it is a great place to call home!


Peggy Dowcett, Realtor®

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
11 Main Street, Concord, MA 01742
Office: 978.369.1000 | Cell: 978.302.3988

If you are considering buying or selling a home in Massachusetts, you deserve local advice and expertise. I provide professional service to the  following towns: Concord, Bedford, Carlisle, Lexington, Arlington, Acton, Sudbury, Maynard, Chelmsford, Littelton, Groton, Harvard and surrounding towns.

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