Home Seller Average Price Gain at Record High

If you are a home seller, you have something to cheer about these days.  According to a Q2 2017 U.S. Home Sales Report from Attom Data Solutions, homeowners who sold in the second quarter realized an average price gain of $51,000 since purchase — the highest average price gain for home sellers since Q2 2007, when it was $57,000.

 

home seller profits by metro

The hottest markets can be seen here in ATTOM’s “Home Seller Profits” heat map, with the highest average returns coming in from Northern California (San Jose at 75% and San Francisco at 65%), Seattle (63%) and Denver (62%).

 

What does this mean for you?  It’s the most profitable time to sell a home in over a decade.

 

To read the full report, click here.

 

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