2021 presented us with a lot of moments - moments of joy, uncertainty, passion, perseverance - moments that all come with opportunities to grow. Looking back on a year unlike any other, there is no better community that we could have experienced the past four seasons with. The next 12 months will be full of opportunities, personally and professionally, so take full advantage.
Compass has just released their staggering sales numbers for 2021. Last year’s show a red hot market all across the region, with sales numbers increasing across the board. Read further for market statistics in Doylestown, New Hope & Solebury, and Newtown. View the full 2021 Compass Greater Philadelphia Market Report here.
The Doylestown real estate market continued to stay red hot, completing the year with 246 homes sold, an average of 25 days on the market, and an average sales price of $661k. The average sales cost has increased 9.6% from 2020 to 2021.
New Hope & Solebury
New Hope & Solebury ended 2021 with 193 property sales and an average of 53 days on the market. The average sales price was $1.0M per home. Comparing 2020's average sales cost versus 2021's numbers, there has been a total increase of 3.8%.
Newtown rounded out the year with 143 property sales with an average of 19 days on the market. The average sales price per home was $752k. Based on the past two years average sales numbers, the sales cost per home has increased 10.4%.
Throughout 2021, Doylestown was one of my top areas for selling homes. The historic Doylestown Borough boasts fine restaurants, museums, parks, shopping, and cultural events, all while enjoying the benefits of being located in the award-winning Central Bucks School District! Read on to learn about five amazing homes I sold in the area!
9 Cornerstone Court, Doylestown, PA
This light and airy 4 BR, 3.1 BA luxurious townhome in the highly sought after Doylestown Station neighborhood was sold in just 7 days, $16k over asking.
25 Walnut Lane, Doylestown, PA
Welcome to Old Orchard Farms, a delightful neighborhood in Doylestown Borough. This 4 bedroom 2.1 bathroom center hall Colonial was on the market for 4 days before it sold for 9.5% above asking.
125 Carousel Circle, Doylestown, PA
Located in the gorgeous neighborhood of Carousel Pointe, this move-in ready 3 bedroom 2.1 bath townhome sold for $15k over asking, in just 5 days on the market.