In September, a Task Force for the Recreation and Aquatic Center voted to recommend that the council proceed with the project. A Wilsonville city council meeting is scheduled for December to consider task force recommendations.
Earlier this year, a citizen task force voted 7-1 in favor of city council consideration for such a facility. In the meanwhile, city staff are reportedly reviewing potential ‘operational models’ along with the ‘site selection evaluation process.’
Today’s arrival of Spring presents sellers of Wilsonville homes with the traditional start of our best home selling weather. As a result, Spring is the time of year when many Wilsonville homesellers place their property on the market.
This is right on the heels of confirmation that Wilsonville homes are increasing in value. That’s because the latest Regional Multiple Listing Report shows greater Wilsonville home prices are up 9.1% over the past year.
The average market time for greater Wilsonville homes is now 95 days. The average selling price for Wilsonville homes is now $326,100.
The market for Wilsonville homes is also helped by the relatively low ‘backlog’ of Wilsonville homes for sale. The chart below shows that our region would ‘run out of houses’ in 3.9 months.
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No matter your budget, there’s likely a Wilsonville home for you. That’s because Wilsonville offers a broad diversity of homes for virtually every taste and price range.
A recent look into traditionally-framed Wilsonville homes currently for sale shows they range from $212,500 to $3,995,000.
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A new survey on Wilsonville area real estate by the Regional Multiple Listing Service (RMLS) shows the average Wilsonville home now sells for $325,200. This is among the highest average home prices for our region.
For example, the average home price is now $546,900 in Lake Oswego/West Linn but $294,400 for greater Canby, $219,800 around Gresham and $287,200 in the Beaverton/Aloha area. With few exceptions, Wilsonville homes are selling for more than other Oregon communities.
The new survey includes specifics on greater Wilsonville home sales and reveals some additional interesting information. This includes data showing the average Wilsonville home is now on the market for 95 days. Also, Wilsonville home prices have increased over the past year by 9.1%.
Perhaps most interesting is what hasn’t increased around Wilsonville. Pending Wilsonville area sales since this time last year have changed by an amazing -24.1%. So prices are going up, but the number of sales is diminished.
Housing markets in 52 out of the approximately 350 metro areas nationwide have now returned to or exceeded their pre-recessionary levels of activity, according to the new National Association of Home Builders/First American Leading Markets Index (LMI).
The index’s nationwide score of .85 indicates that, based on permits, prices and employment data, the nationwide housing market is running at 85 percent of normal activity.
Baton Rouge, La., tops the list of major metros on the LMI, with a score of 1.41 – or 41 percent better than its last normal market level. Other major metros at the top of the list include Honolulu, Oklahoma City, Austin and Houston, Texas, as well as Harrisburg, Pa. – all of whose LMI scores indicate that their housing markets now exceed previous norms.
Looking at smaller metros, both Odessa and Midland, Texas, boast LMI scores of 2.0 or better, meaning that their housing markets…