St. George, Utah – it’s early Friday morning January 9, 2015 and there are 40 “Active New” St. George Utah Real Estate Listings on this Friday edition of the Southern Utah MLS hot sheet. In addition to those 40 new properties on today’s MLS hot sheet, there have been 17 listings placed in escrow over the last 24 hours – while an additional 16 southern Utah real estate listings have successfully closed escrow in that same time period.
St. George Utah Real Estate Listings: New
In drilling down on the active side of today’s MLS hot sheet, we see there are 6 new listings between $1,968,000 – $549,900; 11 new listings between $390,000 – $206,000; 10 new listings between $199,900 – $109,995 … and 13 new listings under $98,000.
St. George Utah Real Estate Listings: Pending
Ignoring the misplaced closed listings; on the pending side of today’s hot sheet we see a rare seven unit multifamily complex as the most expensive property placed in escrow in the last 24 hours. Next up, we see eight St. George properties placed in escrow since yesterday between $895,000 and $219,900, and seven properties below $167,900 now in escrow on the Washington County Board of realtors MLS system.
St. George Utah Real Estate Listings: Sold
Providing encouragement for both sellers and Realtors alike, this Friday edition of the St. George Utah MLS hot sheet demonstrates that buyers are actively searching out southern Utah real estate – regardless of the traditionally slow holiday season which has recently passed. Between $460,000 and $236,000, 10 St. George listings have successfully navigated the escrow process. Additionally, in the last 24 hours there have been five closed escrows between $185,000 and $75,000.
*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 by the areas Realtors. If the total number of active, pending, or sold listings change, its merely because the MLS system has been updated.
Southern Utah Real Estate News in Summary: Providing further evidence that Realtors need to be on guard at all times: California law enforcement is currently looking for an armed man who pretended to be a potential client and took an Elk Grove real estate agent hostage late Thursday afternoon. Detectives noted the fake client produced a gun and handcuffed the female Realtor. After being held for approximately 45 minutes and being moved from room to room, the suspect left the model home – at which point the agent was able to lock him out and flagged down a nearby security guard.