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Andrew, Both Buyer and Seller in Philadelphia, PA

what is the average market time for a home in PA?

Asked by Andrew, Philadelphia, PA Thu Aug 21, 2008

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Real Estate is local. Days on market varies by townships and zip codes. It may also be different in different developments. I just prepared Market Reports for two townships in Bucks County and they were less that 60 days. A good agent can give you an idea . If you wish , I can email you statistics for your area. Email me at gita01@aol.com
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Hey Andrew,
The great thing about being a real estate agent in the 21st century is that technology becomes your best friend. It allows me to access any inforamtion you are looking for. I have a comprehensive market snapshot analysis that will show you local trends; absorbtion rate, % of drop from list to sold price, ave days on market and much more.
Ultimately a wise consumer should start with the stats as that will help determine the correct strategy when positioning a house to sell or putting in an offer.
If your'e interested in discussing this further, feel free to give a call or txt 215-360-7573 or email odelia@odeliaaminov.com
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Andrew,
Days on Market change with locations. I would ask a realtor that is in the area where you are selling to get a better picture of how long it will sit on the market. Pricing and marketability become factors as well. The best of luck to you!
Michael


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For Bucks/Montgomery County area, expect 60-90 days PROVIDING the home is priced correctly and has been professionally cleaned/staged, etc.. as needed, and marketed properly.
Web Reference: http://www.PAHomeShop.com
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Andrew:

PA is a BIG state. You may have heard the Real Estate Mantra: Location, location, location. Even in the Philly area, you must narrow it down, perhaps to the individual sreet!
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