Market Update: Champlin, MN March 2012 (Prices are Stable for Split Entry/Level Design Homes)

by Michael Bolton on April 22, 2012

The City of Champlin, MN | Market Update

For every appraisal it’s important to determine as to whether values are increasing, decreasing, or are remaining stable (click here for detailed article on how this is done).

The MLS indicates that prices for the city of Champlin, MN decreased for the month of March, as well as year to date. This is for all types of properties that have sold within the city of Champlin, MN. This is not what is happening for split entry/level design homes over the past 12 months (see below) in the selected neighborhood area.

The data for this market update is based on the above search criteria over the past 12 months.

The homes that were selected for this trend line were all single family split entry/level design homes within the city of Champlin, MN for the past 12 months, for the exact search criteria see the map above. This market analysis indicates that prices are considered to be stable, or very slightly increasing as indicated by the chart above. Distressed sales (Bank REO’s & Short Sales) are considered a factor in the market, and they make-up approximately 58% of the sales. The decline in inventory levels (66%) will have a positive impact on values.

If you have any questions, or real estate appraisal needs (divorce, bankruptcy, tax appeal, or estate planning) please contact Michael at 612.599-2581, or use the form on the contact page.

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