St. George Utah Real Estate Listings: New
St. George, Utah – it’s Thursday morning November 6, 2014 and there are 24 new Active Listings on today’s St. George Utah MLS Hot Sheet. Starting with the least expensive listings on today’s Hot Sheet and working our way up, we see a commercial listing asking a $1.25 a square foot, and three vacant lots available for under $95,000. Next up on the affordability scale, there are 6 new listings between $100,000 – $149,900, and an additional eight listings between $159,900 – $299,000. Continuing our way up today’s list, there are an additional eight new listings between $327,500 – $2,250,000. Of particular interest on today’s list is 4,450 sq. ft., four-bedroom, 3 ½ -bath home, located in Paragon Cove in StoneCliff.
St. George Utah Real Estate Listings: Pending
In reviewing the Pending side of today’s Southern Utah MLS Hot Sheet, we see 25 area properties accepting a REPC (real estate purchase contract) in the last 24 hours: seven properties between $50,000 – $160,000, ten properties between $169,900 – $249,900, and eight properties between $258,026 – $329,900.
St. George Utah Real Estate Listings: Sold
Over the last 24 hours 15 properties have successfully closed escrow according to today’s MLS Hot Sheet. Of the 15 closed escrows, five were between $54,000 and $175,000; six were between $182,800 – $255,900, and the remaining three listings closed escrow between $320,000 and $1 million.
*Note: The Southern Utah MLS Hot Sheet is a living document that is updated by the FlexMLS system via the Washington County Board of realtors. As such, new data is constantly added and updated. So if the total number of active, pending or sold listings change its merely because the data has been updated.
Today’s Real Estate News in Summary: The US housing rebound motivates investors to consider securities backed by residential real estate, actor Jason Bateman puts his Hollywood Hills home on the MLS for a cool $2.25 million, and some real estate experts believe the recent Republican gains could force the Federal Reserve to increase interest rates at an accelerated pace. That’s it for today. Now go out and …
“Try to be a rainbow in someone’s cloud.” ~ Maya Angelou