23 Newberg Homes Sold

The Regional Multiple Listing Service (RMLS) reported the sale of 23 Newberg homes in March, 2014. As spring approaches, even more monthly home sales are anticipated.

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One of Newberg’s Most Famous Homes-The Hoover Minthorn House

Closing prices for these 22 properties range from $88,000 for a 2 bedroom condominium, to $549,000 for a spacious 4 bedroom, 2,900+ square foot, two story home on 5 acres.

The average Yamhill County home now sells for $275,600.  For that amount you could easily have afforded this 3 bedroom Newberg home on a large lot that recently sold for $264,900.

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This Newberg Home Sold in March for $264,900

The average market time for homes that recently sold in our region was 205 days. Interestingly, while the year-to-date value of local homes is up 14.2%, the number of homes with pending sales in our area changed by -18.1%. For more details about our greater Newberg area housing market check out page two of the latest report here or click on the image below.

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