Highland Hills Real Estate & 2010 Home Sales, Trends

Real Estate in Highland Hills Beaverton & 2010 Results

This little neighborhood is in the heart of Beaverton and homes for sale in Highland Hills just aren’t moving above above the $300k range. For 2010 sold homes compared to 2009, there was a 33% decline with 21 fewer closings.

  • Hopping down to the market analyzer below, listings jumped out of the traditional bell curve with a hop up in September.
  • You’ll see too that the small pink lines represent closed sales and in a trend I’m seeing in many other neighborhoods–they picked up in November & December. This could be from the bank owned property incentives to get houses off their books by year end…we’ll see if this continues into January & February.
  • Average sales price kept pretty firm between $200k-$240k
  • Sold price vs. most recent list price shows a big dip in July–but with only 1 home closing that month, it skewed the stats. What you want to look for here is the average % under the most recent list price that homes are closing at. Ranging in the 90% area and then dipping pretty steeply in to the 80%B area is indicative of the year end push.
  • Additional neighborhood detail for: All of Beaverton, Cooper Mountain, Hart, Murray Hill & Sexton Mountain.

Highland Hills is a great little neighborhood and hopefully 2011 will show it stabilizing out and at least getting back to 2009 sold statistics.



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