There were 1,536 homes closed in June 2011. This compares to 1,639 closed in June of 2010 – down 6%, and 1760 in June 2009 – down 13%. You can also visit highs and lows from 2010 and 2009. As for June…
Most Expensive Sale — Oklahoma City Real Estate June 2011
$1,875,000 $324/sq ft. 1813 Devonshire St in Nichols Hills. This home has 5,864 square feet with 5 beds and 5 full baths and 2 half baths. The home was built in 1947. Completely remodeled and updated in 2001. Pool, full size tennis court, cabana (with kitchen and full bath), full basement with theater room. Two domed ceilings hand painted by artist. HUGE kitchen has been completely remodeled; a cooks dream! Kitchen opens to beautiful great room. Hand scraped hardwood floors, travertine in all baths, granite and marble countertops. The home was sold before processing and was on the market 0 days and was listed at $1,900,000. Pretty crappy photo. I’m glad they didn’t have to rely on that to sell this one.
Least Expensive Sale — Oklahoma City Real Estate June 2011
$7,000 $9.12/sq ft. 637 SE 10th Street. This home has 768 square feet and is on 0.4 acre. This home was originally listed at $14,900 and was on the market 118 days.
Longest On The Market — Oklahoma City Real Estate June 2011
799 days 1605 Louisiana in Chickasha. This home has 1125 square feet with 3 beds and 1½ baths. The home was originally listed at $106,000 and closed at $76,600.
Largest Home Sold — Oklahoma City Real Estate June 2011
7,573 square feet 1101 Ascot in Edmond. This home has 5 bedrooms with 5½ baths. This home is in the Redmont Trace addition near Bryant and Coffee Creek. The home sold for $1,100,000 or $157.80/square foot.
Smallest Home Sold — Oklahoma City Real Estate June 2011
620 square feet 3525 N Holman Ct, Midwest City. This home has 2 beds and 1 bath. It was originally listed at $34,900 and sold for $30,000 in 78 days.
…and that’s the highs and lows of Oklahoma City real estate for May 2011!
**Based on information from the MLSOK.com for the period (6/01/11) through (6/30/11), while information is deemed reliable it is not guaranteed.