There were 824 Oklahoma City real estate sales in the MLS in January 2010 which compares to 746 in January 2010. That’s a 9½% increase. Hopefully things are looking up! You can also visit highs and lows from 2010 and 2009.
Most Expensive Home Sale – Oklahoma City Real Estate January 2011
$2,450,000 $352.92/sf. 6910 Avondale in Nichols Hills. 6,942 square feet with 4 bedrooms, 5 full baths plus 2 half baths and 4 living areas. A rare newer house with a spectacular pool on one of the best streets in Nichols Hills. No carpet – All walnut and maple floors. Rich moldings, iron work, 3 cast stone fireplaces, a sound system throughout, & the finest in electronics make this property an easy choice. Excellent design with walk-in safe room, upstairs rec room, study, 2 adjoining living spaces down, and extra large formal dining. All bedrooms have private baths. This home was listed at $2,750,000 and was on the market for 12 days. Virtual Tour
Least Expensive Home Sale – Oklahoma City Real Estate January 2011
$8,500 722 NW 92nd Street in Britton City. This home has 2208 square feet with 4 beds and 2 baths. This was a bank owned sale. Ironically this home is just over a mile from the most expensive home sale above! This home was listed for $9,999 and was on the market 3 days.
Longest on the Market – Oklahoma City Real Estate January 2011
714 Days 5721 Jericho in Morning View Heights (NE 50th and Post Rd) Oklahoma City. This 1,123 square foot home has 2 bedrooms and 1 bath and has a 3/4 acre lot. It was originally listed for $38,900. This was an unfinished ‘flip’ sale.
Largest Home Sold – Oklahoma City Real Estate January 2011
6,910 square feet. See most expensive sale above.
Smallest Home Sold – Oklahoma City Real Estate January 2011
560 Square Feet. 3130 N Barnes. Isn’t this cute! This home was listed at $59,000 and sold for $49,125 and was on the market for 16 days. It did offer this shop…
And that’s the Oklahoma City real estate sales highs and lows for January 2010.