Spring Home Values in the Delaware Valley

Hello Everyone!

It’s been a busy spring in the Philadelphia region, with demand for homes outpacing inventory in many markets. Home values are inching back to normal levels across the country; however, there are still many homeowners, who bought in the height of the real estate bubble,  who lack the equity needed to “move up” to a new house and neighborhood. Fortunately for the Delaware Valley, our economy is strong enough to maintain a good housing market. As for any homeowners considering a sale, the buyers are still out there. To give you all an idea of values this spring, I’m sharing median sales prices for some of the more popular zip codes in our region.

Philadelphia County

19128 (Roxborough)$209,000
19119 (Mt. Airy) $204,500
19118 (Chestnut Hill) $332,500
19127 (Manayunk)$227,450
19129 (East Falls)$239,900
19131 (Overbrook)$82,250
19130 (Fairmount)$304,000
19104 (University City/W. Philly) $157,200
19103 (Center City) $470,000
19102 (Center City) $385,250
19106 (Society Hill)$345,000
19111 (Lawndale) $145,950
19115 (Rhawnhurst)$171,500
19116 (Somerton) $204,950

Montgomery County
19004 (Bala Cynwyd)$429,000
19072 (Narberth) $400,000
19096 (Wynnewood)$313,000
19422 (Blue Bell)$395,000
19002 (Ambler) $344,500
19444 (Lafayette Hill)$330,000
19038 (Wyndmoor/Glenside)$239,000
19301 (Flourtown)$425,500
19462 (Plymouth Meeting)$308,000
19001 (Abington) $217,450
19046 (Jenkintown)$221,250
19090 (Willow Grove)$217,700
19454 (North Wales)$292,500
19446 (Lansdale)$280,000
19428 (Conshohocken) $280,000

Delaware County

19063 (Media) $294,950
19008 (Broomall) $282,250
19073 (Newtown Square) $450,000
19064 (Springfield) $248,000
19070 (Morton) $182,300
19083 (Havertown) $260,000
19003 (Ardmore) $227,500
19026 (Drexel Hill) $129,650
19082 (Upper Darby) $57,500
19050 (Lansdowne) $80,000

Keep in mind that median sales prices are helpful indicators of where a market is headed, but they don’t necessarily spell out your home’s potential value on the market. In Flourtown, for example, our median sale price is substantially higher than in previous quarters, largely due to the Reserve at Creekside, a new development of large, single homes. The average price in Flourtown is generally in the mid-300’s. If you have any questions about your home’s value on the market, feel free to contact me. Additionally, if you’re a buyer looking in a specific price range, also be in touch- there are good deals to be found in some of our most beautiful neighborhoods!


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