Prices for each area change almost daily.
Contact me and I will give you the current numbers for your area.
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I agree with most of the answers you have received, especially Don Tepper below. Price per square foot can be very deceiving because it encompasses all of the aspects of the property including condition, quality, lot size, amenities, and boils it down into one number. In addition to being a Realtor I am also a certified appraiser. You can be sure that I can help you properly price your home to sell for the maximum price within a typical marketing time. I work and live in your area, so let me know if I can be of futher asistance,
Houston Prime Realty
Shama Sheikh, SFR
Champions Real Estate Group
It all depends on the subdivision, age of the home, condition of the home, amenities and last but not least seller's need to sell. I live in 77449 as well. Please, call me and I will be glad to give you a free Home Analysis.
That is a hard question to answer directly without knowing the subdivision, address, location and updates made in the home...to calculate the true market value comparables are taken of the last six months of sold properties. Then like properties are taken and compared to your home, one then can derive the market value and price per square foot.
Cynthia Fleck Properties
I know lots of people use that metric. But price per square foot doesn't take into account a house's condition. Or its age. Or its internal configuration (good or poor traffic flow). Or any upgrades. Or the lot size. Or its location--cul de sac versus a busy road. Or the seller's motivation, or the buyer's.
You need to look at the comps which, at best, will produce a general number. Then you have to adjust the comps to reflect the traits and attributes of that specific house.
Hope that helps.