Wednesday, January 25, 2012
Year-end home sales numbers down a bit for the town.
Foxborough's home sales fell five percent in 2011, according to data released today. The data, compiled by real estate information firm The Warren Group, showed 111 home sales in 2011, down from 117 last year. December sales were even at 10. The state sold its lowest number of homes since 1990, with 38,994, down from 41,389 last year. Home sales for the month of December dropped from 3,558 to 3,380 last month. Here are the home sales numbers for area towns:
Friday, August 26, 2011
Foxborough saw its home sales decline from 13 last year to 10 last month.
Foxborough saw its home sales decline from 13 last year to 10 last month, according to data released this week. The data, compiled by real estate information firm The Warren Group, also showed that year to date, sales remained steady at 70. The state, though, saw its first year-over-year increase in home sales since January. There were 3,847 homes sold last month, up from 3,590 in July 2010. Banker & Tradesman Managing Editor Cory Hopkins said in a statement that the increase was a positive sign, but not overly so. "While it's encouraging to see sales rise in July, we're comparing statistics to a very rough month of July last year," he said. "The expiration of the homebuyer tax credits hurt sales volume a year ago, which is skewing the …
Tuesday, July 5, 2011
Foxborough saw a slight increase in home sales for the month.
Foxborough saw a slight increase in May home sales, according to newly released data. In May, home sales went from 12 to 13, according to data compiled by real estate information firm The Warren Group. The town's year-to-date sales are down, though. Forty-two homes have been sold in Foxborough this year, compared to 44 at this point last year. The state had declines in both year-over-year and year-to-date homes sold. There were 3,263 homes sold last month, down more than 25 percent from last year's 4,375 total. Year-to-date sales decline from 15,683 to 12,731, which represents a near-19 percent drop. Group CEO Timothy Warren said in a statement that the decline may be related to the expiration of the homebuyer tax credit. "It's been a …