In St. Croix County, 22 homes have been listed within the past 7 days. Of those, 8 of them are "coming soon" that are not currently ready for viewings - only leaving 14 of them truly live on the
22 Homes Listed In The Last 7 Days
Dated: January 27 2021
In St. Croix County, 22 homes have been listed within the past 7 days. Of those, 8 of them are "coming soon" that are not currently ready for viewings - only leaving 14 of them truly live on the market. What does this mean? It means we need more listings! This same time last year, we had 34 new listings in St. Croix County from January 21, 2020 - January 27, 2020.
WHAT'S YOUR HOUSE WORTH? Check the auto-valuator link below (any zip code). This Spring is setting up to be one of the best sellers markets YET. That time really starts NOW in Real Estate.
With record low mortgage interest rates, super low pre-existing housing inventory and high qualified buyer demand, we may see activity like we've never seen before.
Many of your homes are standing at great appreciation levels with amazing equity. Take a chunk of that and do as you wish with it! Down payment on a new house/construction to take advantage of low interest rates? Invest? Downsize? Options are endless.
Capitalize on this sellers market and LIST YOUR HOME NOW! Call or text me 612-360-3612 or direct message me here through the website. I can also better tweak the computerized number you are given below with human input to give you a better idea of a potential sales price of your home.
CHECK YOUR HOME VALUE HERE -----> https://josh.propertyexecutivesrealty.com/sell.php?town=zip%3A54017&ppc=FB&view_timing=5&addht=january2021sellervaluation
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