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Whether you’re a homeowner or a prospective home buyer, here’s what you need to know about the real estate market in Mountainside.

Prices: Things are definitely looking up in Mountainside’s prices with a higher average sale price in March than has been seen in Mountainside since January of 2013. For a comparative market analysis on your home, please email us at TeamZuhl@gmail.com.

Average sale price in March, 2014 – $644,980

Average sale price in February, 2014 – $530,000

Average sale price Feb. ’13-Feb.’14 – $549,643

Inventory: All indicators show that the low inventory of the winter is over in Mountainside. March’s inventory is higher than we’ve seen since autumn, although still not as high as last March when 43 homes were listed. To search for active listings in Mountainside, please click here.

Active listings – 32mountainside inventory

Sold properties in March, 2014 – 5

Active listings in February, 2014 – 24

Sold properties in February, 2014 – 2

If you’re interested in purchasing a home in Mountainside or the surrounding area, please see a complete list of homes at www.WayneZuhl.com or by clikcing here. If you’re planning to sell your Mountainside home, please call us at 908-917-4189 for a free comparative market analysis of your home.

For more information on Mountainside Real Estate:

Not intended to solicit currently listed properties.

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