Commack Long Island | Homes Sold August 2011 | Suffolk County New York
Larry & Sheila, Realtors are providing statistics for homes sold in Commack New York during the month of August 2011, according to public records of the multiple listing service.
There were 18 single family homes that sold in Commack within the Commack School District #10, ranging in price from $327,000 for a 3 bedroom 1 bath Ranch, to $740,000 for a 5 bedroom 3.5 bath Colonial.
These sales reflect those single family homes sold in Commack Long Island that were listed on multiple listing service and do not include for sale by owner, non-member or non-published sales, nor does it include condo units.
Average Days On The Market: 99
Average Listing Price: $462,000
Average Selling Price: $440,000
Total Sold: 18 Sales
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Compare to August 2010 ~ Average Selling Price: $481,000
Average Days on Market: 72
Total Sold: 18 Sales
In our opinion and according to these stats from MLS, during the same time period for the previous year, the single family residential homes in Commack were on the market a shorter amount of time, and there were exactly the same amount of sales, but the average selling price was higher by approximately $14,000. Keep in mind, that the styles of homes, the amount of land, the location and the updates may not be equal or the same.
Please contact LARRY AND SHEILA, Realtors at 631-805-4400 for all Commack Long Island New York Real Estate.
Commack Long Island is located in Suffolk County New York near Hauppauge, Smithtown, and East Northport.
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