The Market Report Summer 2013 for Wildhorse Subdivision has indeed been hot and sizzling when you take a look at all the numbers as released from the MLS in the San Antonio Board of REALTORS®. We have always known that June to August were the best selling months for most communities, and Wildhorse Subdivision was certainly no exception.
There are presently 20 homes showing a pended status for Wildhorse Subdivision with an average listed price of $181,175. However, there are some 30 Active Homes For Sale in Wildhorse still available. These active homes range in prices from a low $130,000 to $289,000, with the size in square footage from 1019 for a small 3 bedroom to large 5 bedroom home of 3532 square feet. The average price per square foot was $84.64, and the average days on the market for available homes were 54 days. Buyers still have some nice choices to select from while the interest rates are still low.
Now, comes the great news for homeowners, who are looking to place their homes on the market to sell. There were 51 homes that sold this summer in Wildhorse Subdivision with prices ranging from $117,000 to $269,400. The average sold price was $182,834, and the average price per square foot was $83.64. The days on the market was a low 66 days, and the list to sold ratio was a stunning 99.36 percent. Though things routinely slow down after Labor Day, Wildhorse Subdivision is still a great place to buy and to sell a home.
This master-planned DR Horton Subdivision at Wildhorse has amazing neighborhood amenities like swimming pool, club house, sports courts, playground/park, and elementary school within walking distance for many of the residents.
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Jerry Newman, REALTOR®
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1802 NE Loop 410 Ste 520
San Antonio, TX 78217
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