Just a quick thought on your asking price = list price and sold price!
Remember when a Seller puts his or her house on the market, they know that the buyer will not just come in and pay the full price although there have been times when that was the case and even higher than asking price if there were multiple offers. But in today's market the asking price includes several items, the seller knows that eventually he will have to reduce the price, and then after he needs to do that he will also have to negotiate with the potential buyer 5 % 6 % below asking price etc., so this may be the single reason for you seeing that the asking prices are not going on the very same curve as the selling prices. The selling prices are the ones after the initial asking price has been reduced (once or more than once) and after the negotiations with the buyer to come to the agreed upon final sale price....
Hope this helps!
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