Brookhaven Market Report October 2017

Brookhaven is a great place to live, located between Buckhead and Chamblee. However, as you will see in this Brookhaven Real Estate Market Report October 2017, it’s become a rather pricey, but beautiful city. This report also was pulled from data in the First Multiple Listing Service (FMLS) by the city name, Brookhaven.

The map to the right shows the city limits of Brookhaven, but some listings may be listed incorrectly. For example, when you get in the area of Ashford Park, part of the area is in Chamblee, and part is in Brookhaven. We are happy to do a market report specific to your immediate area. Just Contact us. 

Single Family Homes

Properties Currently Active on the Market:  152

(High price was $2.4M on Stovall Blvd to $259,000 on Bellaire Drive. A teardown on Dresden Drive is listed at $249,900)

Properties Pending/Contingent (Due Diligence, Financing or other):  44

(High price was $1.849M on Woodrow Way and the Low price was $344,900 on Fairway Circle in Hillsdale)

Properties SOLD:  34

(High Price was $2.35M on Mabry Lane and the Low Price was $275,000 in Brookhaven Heights)

Average Days on Market:

(High was 453 days, Low was 3 days — Average was 72 days)

October 2017 Brookhaven Market Report

Condominium and Townhomes

Properties Currently Active on the Market:  96

(High Price of $987,000 at Brookhaven Wilshire to a low of $100,000 at Jackson Square ( A conversion condo complex on Buford Highway)

Properties Pending/Contingent:  54

(High was $850,000 for Savoy at Town Brookhaven to a Low Price of $120,000, also at Jackson Square)

Properties Sold:   26

(High Price was $605,000 at Blackburn Row and the Low Price was $137,000 at Park at Ashford — Both close to or on Ashford-Dunwoody)

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