North And Northwest of Chicago Real Estate : Niles, IL Real Estate Market Trends 12/11

Niles, IL Real Estate Market Trends 12/11

Niles, IL Real Estate Market Trends

Here are the real estate trends that I compiled from MLS that will give you an idea of what to expect if you were to buy or sell a home in Niles.

The numbers below are showing median sales price by bedrooms, from 2009 - 2011. There is approximately a 37% drop in the median price from 2009  to 2011 for 2 bedrooms or less in Niles. As you see, homes with 4 bedrooms or more did not have much change when we compare 2009 and 2011.

Niles Real Estate Market Trends

Some real estate data for Niles, IL that is not shown in the graph above.
Year to date:

  • 265 units sold 
  • Average sold price is $194,086
  • Maximum sold home was $560,000
  • Average market time is 177 days (canceled and expired listings are not included)
  • currently there are 196 homes on the market with an average sales price of $256,215.

If you are thinking of buying or selling in Niles, feel free to contact me for any real estate needs you may have. No obligation comparable market analysis is available.  If you are thinking of selling your home or getting ready to buy? I'll send you current listings on the market with correct listing status (the listing could be already sold!). Many buyers are surprised that the home they liked online is already under contract. 



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 Haris Dedic, Realtor®, SFR, SRES

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Comment balloon 2 commentsHaris Dedic • December 11 2011 11:41AM


Haris, I'm curious about the total units sold 2011 over 2010.  My guess is that they are probably up substantially in most of the north and northwest suburbs.  Am I right?

Posted by Mike Carlier, More opinions than you want to hear about. over 7 years ago

Haris nice to see these stats and nice to see  you back on AR hope all is well:)

Posted by Endre Barath, Jr., Realtor - Los Angeles Home Sales 310.486.1002 (Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices) over 7 years ago

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