Recent Real Estate Sales

by Bobby Blair
April 6, 2018

                        YTD 2017           YTD 2018

Sin Fam                  24                    10

Median                $368,500           $400,500

Real Estate Sales

36 Christopher Rd ----------------------------------- $250,000

B: Marcos DeCarvalho

S: FNMA

Prior Sale:  $251,466   10/17

73 High St ----------------------------------------------$443,000

B: David Brais & Jennifer Brais

S: Dependable Home Solutions

Prior Sale:  $170,000  2/17

17 Lowland St -----------------------------------------$382,500

B: Carol Bailey & Keefe Bailey

S: Ruth Condon

108 Marilyn St --------------------------------------- $300,000

B: Mark Finnegan

S: Christopher Finnegan & Elba Finnegan

 

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