How Do 2012’s Highest Closings Compare to 2011?

by Chicago Agent

Chicago Agent just launched Real Data, its digital data issue containing statistics about the year in real estate, so to kick off the new feature, we decided to compare some of 2012’s findings to 2011. In 2011, the highest closed single-family home, condo and townhouse in the Chicagoland area sold for $5.78 million, $7.2 million and $1.715 million, respectively. The highest closed prices in 2012, however, increased, and two in our chart increased substantially – $8.9 million was the highest closed single-family home, $15 million was the highest closed condo and $1.990 was the highest closed townhouse.

These numbers are impressive, as were the other statistics gathered and featured in Real Data. See where the highest closed homes are located and check out the highest closings by county, and also the top agents and brokerages by county, in Real Data 2012 at chicago.staging312.com/real-data/2013-data.



Representations made in Real Data 2012 are based in whole or in part on data supplied by Midwest Real Estate Data LLC (MRED) for the year 2012. MRED does not guarantee nor is it in any way responsible for its accuracy. Data maintained by MRED may not reflect all real estate activity in the market.

© 2012 MRED

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