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Byron Center Michigan Real Estate Market Report Jan-Dec 2010

Byron Center Michigan Real Estate Market Report Jan – Dec  2010

Byron Center Michigan is a suburb of Grand Rapids, located about

14 miles away to the southwest.  This report will cover waterfront homes

which are mostly newer construction in fast growing Byron Center.

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        Byron Center  Waterfront Homes Real Estate Activity

                         January to December 2010

         

  • Current Active Listings  – 11
  • Average List Price – $ 413,827
  • Pending Properties – 2
  • Sold Properties – 18
  • Average Sold Price – $350,006
  • Average Sold Square Feet – 2542
  • Average Sold Price/Sq Ft – $ 149.98 

 

Additional Byron Center Articles:

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Comment balloon 0 commentsTerry & Bonnie Westbrook • January 30 2011 03:48PM
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