We’ve seen most Harford County real estate markets catching fire lately, with inventory being constrained and bidding wars on most well-priced homes. And the same has been happening in Bel Air, MD, even though slight differences exist between the 21014 and 21015 zip codes.
The 15 has been the more robust, although both areas have been strong for sellers. The market there jumped 21% to 34 homes sold in March 2017, and while there were more sales (37) in the 14 in March, it was a 7.5% drop from March of 2016. Another point of note was that there were 11 condos sold in the 14 to ...
Where there’s smoke, there’s fire, and the source has been the real estate market in Bel Air, MD! During September, there was a whopping $29 million in residential homes moved, which is up 12% over the same month in 2015. This represented the sale of 97 homes, where the average sales price was $298,000. This was a modest increase over last year of 1.5%.
The highest-priced home sale was in Willow Chase on Springvale drive, and sold for $790,000. A picture of this property can be seen below.