Cowlitz News and Real Estate


Cowlitz County, Washington home sales monthly review for May, 2008

Here we are at the end of May already, a time to take another look at the Cowlitz County real estate market activity. For the first time since the beginning of the year the numbers are in the negative side, there are more than 30 active listings and over 20 less homes sold than last month. See the home sales from the last few months April, March, February and January.

Below is a break down for the Cowlitz County home sales, active, pending and contingent listings, average prices and days on the market.

Active listings 803 with 130 average days on the market and average price of $292,705.

Contingent listings 8 with 115 average days on the market and average price of $305,338.

Pending listings 46 with 127 average days on the market and average price of $225,686.

Sold listings 56 with 85 average days on the market and average price of $171,698.

And again the most competitive price range is $250,000 - $299,900 with 134 active listings, 3 contingent, 4 pending and 6 sold.

The more active price ranges are $200,000 -$249,999 with 14 pending, 5 sold and $120,000 to 139,999 with 10 sold and 7 pending.

As stats show the Cowlitz County market is getting tougher and tougher' a good reason to price your homes correctly if you don't want it sit on the market.

Contact Cowlitz County real estate agent, Venancio Gonzalez a GRI, E-PRO Realtor®, with Windermere Real Estate Allen & Associates, 360 751 4001, to list your home or to purchase a home in Longview, Kelso, Woodland, Kalama, Castle Rock, Toutle, Silver Lake or Cathlamet.

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Venancio Gonzalez - GRI, e-PRO Broker with Windermere Kelso/Longview, serving Longview, Kelso and surrounding Cowlitz County real estate markets. or (360) 751 4001.

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Comment balloon 0 commentsVenancio Gonzalez • June 01 2008 02:13AM