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If you plan to buy or sell a Fanwood home, your first step is to learn about the real estate market condtions in Fanwood. Here’s what you need to know for June, 2014.

Inventory: There are currently 47 homes offered for sale in Fanwood. They range in price from $189,900 to $3,950,000 – definitely something for every budget. Eleven homes were sold in June, the highest number of sales since July of 2012.
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Prices: The median sale price of a home in Fanwood in June was $415,000, slightly below the 12 month average of $428,000.

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To see this month’s infographic, please click here.

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Comments on: "Fanwood Real Estate Market Report – June 2014" (7)

  1. […] Now we can look at each individual town and see that some towns are actually seeing an increase in value over the past 18 months – most notably Rahway, Springfield, Clark , Cranford, and Mountainside – and some towns are seeing a decrease in value over the past 18 months – Kenilworth, Westfield, Union, Garwood, Scotch Plains, Linden, and Fanwood. […]

  2. […] Clark with a 16.3% increase. Mountainside saw a 14.7% increase in prices and Rahway is up by 14.5%. Fanwood home prices increased by 12.6% during this time period and Springfield increased by 9.9%. Lesser […]

  3. […] in Days on Market from 50 days (Cranford) to 105 days (Linden).  Among the fastest towns were Fanwood with 51 days, Westfield with 53 days, and Garwood with 54 days. Among the slowest towns […]

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