Dps904, Home Seller in Greater Heights, Hou...

Anyone know what larger (2000 sq ft) houses in Woodland Heights are selling at, in terms of an average price per square foot?

Asked by Dps904, Greater Heights, Houston, TX Fri Jan 22, 2010

Listings on har.com vary a lot, and many have been on there forever, suggesting they're overpriced. Thanks!

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Hi there,
you are correct when you say that some Active properties in Woodland Heights are overpriced. I am in Woodland Heights every weekend and I do Open Houses in one of them as a matter of fact....
With that being said, Ms. Laretta is also correct though. There are many factors to be considered before we can come up with an average sold price per square foot. In Woodland Heights lots are smaller compared to the Heights for example. The average is 5,000 sqft with not much of a backyard. Some properties have only one car garage ; however, to answer your question average prices range from $210 to $230 per sqft.
Please feel free to contact me if you need further info. Thanks.
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Active and Sales since June 09
Address………….. SqFt List Price $ - SqFt Beds Baths Sold $ DOM
114 Payne ….. 2134 $240,000* $112 4 2/0 $235,000 474
3401 Houston 3460 $259,900* $75 3 3/1 $250,000 117
1020 Euclid… 3485 $799,000* $229 4 3/1 $786,000 226
720 Highland 2400 $549,900* $229 4 3/1 active 134
1705 Sage….. 3114 $659,900* $211 3 3/0 active 115
2904 Morrison 4800 $1,300,000* $270 4 3/1 active 707
Call or email me for more info. 8326058349
Thanks, David
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There are too many variables to generalize. How old is the property? Has it been updated? What kind of updating? How large is the lot? Does it have a garage? What street is it on? All of these make a difference. LaRetta Allen
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