There were 1,392 homes closed in September 2011, down 8½% from August. This compares to 1,121 closed in September of 2010 – up 20%, and 1555 in September 2009 – down 10½%. You can also visit highs and lows from 2010 and 2009. As for September…
Most Expensive Sale — Oklahoma City Real Estate September 2011
$2,895,000 $358.91/sq ft. 14925 Gaillardia Lane Oklahoma City OK in Gaillardia. This is the third month in a row that Gaillardia produced a winner! This home has 8,066 square feet with 5 bedrooms and 6½ baths. It sits on a .84 acre lot backing up to the golf course. The home was listed for $2,995,000 and was on the market for 37 days. Four homes closed in September for over $1,000,000!
Least Expensive Sale — Oklahoma City Real Estate September 2011
$8,000 $10.55/sq ft. 1441 Mallard Drive in Del City. This home has 758 square feet and has 3 beds and 1 bath. This home was originally listed at $17,450 and was on the market 189 days. This was a bank owned home.
Longest On The Market — Oklahoma City Real Estate September 2011
858 days 6601 S Western in Oklahoma City. This home has 1,332 square feet with 2 beds and 1 baths. The home was originally listed at $200,000 and closed at $131,750. The only price reduction ($175,00) was made in September 2009.
Largest Home Sold — Oklahoma City Real Estate September 2011
6,071 square feet 1715 N Hudson in Oklahoma City. This home was really number 2 for size. Number 1 was our winner for most expensive sold above at 8,066 square feet. In fairness, I picked number 2! This home has 4 bedrooms with 3½ baths. The home is in the Heritage Hills area. The home sold for $1,000,000 or $164.72/square foot. The home was on the market for 163 days.
Smallest Home Sold — Oklahoma City Real Estate September 2011
450 square feet 512 N Ione in Shawnee. This home has 1 bed and 1 bath. It was originally listed at $8,000 and sold for $8,000 in 12 days.
…and that’s the highs and lows of Oklahoma City real estate for September 2011!
**Based on information from the MLSOK.com for the period (98/01/11) through (9/30/11), while information is deemed reliable it is not guaranteed.