New Construction Overview - Daphne Nov 2019

The new construction real estate market in Daphne AL continues to be a positive force among home buyers.  Here are the latest statistics for brand new homes in town…

New Construction Overview for Daphne – November 2019

New Construction Currently on the Market

Daphne continues to grow and buyers are loving the opportunities that the real estate market here offers with pre-existing homes and new construction.

Currently there are 130 homes that are for sale with a “year built” of 2019.  So, this doesn’t count homes that are slated to be finished in 2020.  Of these 130 properties, the highest price is $699,950 and the lowest is $175,000.  Yes, there is opportunity in Daphne to own a brand new home under $200,000.

The average square feet is 2,386 and the average price tag is $307,186.  The average price per foot is $129.  Here are some popular neighborhoods that have new construction:

 

SEARCH ALL HOMES FOR SALE IN DAPHNE BY PRICE

$100,000 to $200,000 – $200,000 to $300,000 – $300,000 to $400,000
$400,000 to $500,000 – $500,000 to $600,000 – $600,000 to $1,000,000

Daphne New Construction That Has Sold

Here are the most recent home stats for new construction that closed in the last 30 days…

As you saw from the Infographic above, out of 72 homes that sold, 12 of them were new construction.  Here are some quick stats for those properties:

  • Highest priced – $433,480
  • Lowest priced – $212,324
  • Biggest – 3,115 square feet
  • Smallest – 1,830 square feet
  • Average square feet – 2,423
  • Average price – $282,054
  • Price per foot – $117

 

Do you need more information about new homes in Daphne?  Please contact me to get more information or to tour any of the new properties that are available to see.

Jeff Nelson
IXL Real Estate – Eastern Shore
251-654-2523
jeff@livegulfshoreslocal.com

Lower Alabama Realty Group

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