It’s time for the March 2008 edition of my monthly report on what’s selling, what’s not, and what’s new on the market in Cheyenne Crossing.
You’d be amazed at how often I get asked “What did that house around the corner sell for” or “How much is that house on X street listed for?” Especially since I have several friends and clients who live in Cheyenne Crossing, who seem to be particularly interested in what’s going on in their neighborhood.
This report is designed to keep you up-to-date on inventory levels, then each quarter I’ll break down overall neighborhood pricing and compare it to the previous year. This combination gives us all a real pulse on the health of the Cheyenne Crossing real estate market. Hopefully, it will be a useful resource for all of the Cheyenne Crossing home owners, and those thinking about moving here.
If you’re one of those who are thinking about buying a home in Cheyenne Crossing, be sure to check out the page I’m building specifically for Cheyenne Crossing. It will provide more specific details about the community, the schools, and it’s surroundings. Also, feel free to email me with your specific questions, or to schedule your private showing of any of these homes.
Please bear with me as I work through the logistics of making this a great monthly resource for you, and if there’s something you’d like me to include in these posts that would make them more useful, please email me.
Now, normally I’d have a chart here showing the homes that have sold in Cheyenne Crossing during the past 60 days, but I can’t do that this month, simply because the last home closed in the neighborhood was in December. So, this month, I’m only posting the homes currently listed in Cheyenne Crossing (Active & Pending):
**Based on information provided to and compiled by MLSGateway.com, Inc. covering a period (1/8/2008) through (3/9/2008). MLSGateway.com, Inc. does not guarantee or is in any way responsible for its accuracy. Listing information is deemed reliable at the time of this posting, but subject to change without notification, and should be verified through a licensed agent for accuracy.