Since my last post, we see there’s a new active listing (F plan) and a new closed sale (5401 #4, E plan, no upgrades closed at $380k). See the latest Fusion Market Update March 30, 2012 here.
So total since the first of the year, there are now:
- 3 active listings
- 6 pending/back ups (meaning, “in escrow” with a buyer)
- 3 closed sales
I’ve got my eye on the 6 pending/back ups. Once those close escrow and new inventory comes available, we’ll have a better idea where the pricing is.
Let me know if you have any questions about the current market.
Here’s the Fusion Market Update 031412 from the first of the year to now.
In summary, there are:
- 2 active listings (both J floor plans, 3 bedroom units)
- 6 in pending/back-up
- 2 closed sales (an E and an A plan)
As you know, real estate prices are negotiable, and the actual “list price” will show until the close of escrow. Once the 6 pendings close escrow, the true pricing will be revealed and we will have a better idea where the market is at. Stay tuned, I’m watching the market closely!
If you’re in the process of refinancing or doing a loan modification and need sales comparables, feel free to use these posted here, just use the same floor plan (unit #) as yours. If you have questions, scroll through my past blog posts to see if there’s anything else that may help you, or feel free to contact me.
If you have any questions or real estate needs in the meantime, feel free to get in touch with me.
Here’s the scoop on Fusion C and D Unit Market Activity since Jan. 1 to present day.
The C & D units are the mid-sized floor plans at Fusion. The C units are 2 bedrooms and 2 baths; the D units have 2 bedrooms and 2.5 baths. Both offer 2-car attached garages with direct access to the units. As with most of the floor plans, you’ll see some variations in the square footage: the tax records show the C units with 1,110 square feet, and the D units show 1,240 square feet. However, Centex Homes (builder) had reported these units with larger square footage (C=1,208SF; D=1,331SF) so you will see different numbers on the Multiple Listing Service (MLS-the database where brokerages list properties for sale).
In my next couple of posts, I’ll feature specifically the E & F floor plans, so stay tuned.
Thanks for reading!
P.S. As always, posts of Fusion Real Estate Blog are deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Buyers and agents should rely on their own findings.