Current 8/13/2018: Contrary to many other places, there are more homes for sale in Sudbury than last year - 76 compared with 69. List prices for single-family homes in Sudbury range from $314,000 to $3,495,000. The median price is $989,000, lower than last year when it was $1,145,000. The prices ranges with the most options is $1 million and $1,499,999; there are 18 luxury properties listed in this range. See homes for sale in Sudbury
Condominiums: If you are an active adult/over 55 and looking for a condominium (apartment-style or a townhouse), there are currently 14 units for sale in Sudbury – 13 are new construction at either Farmstead Lane/Meadow Walk next to Whole Foods, or townhouses at Northwoods, off Route 117. The builders of both new developments are cooperating with and compensating buyer agents/brokers so buyers, you can have your own agent on your side. The only condition is that your agent must be with you the first time you visit the site, even if it is just to get information. Please contact me if you are interested or have questions. Click here to learn about buying new construction. You may also want to read "Is Condo Living for You?"
If you can’t wait or don’t want new construction, there is one resale at Dudley Brook Preserve that is listed for $925,000; and one apartment-style at Northwoods listed for $389,000 Prices for condominiums in Sudbury range from $389,000 to $925,000. See condominiums for sale.
Price Changes: In any market, houses that are not priced correctly/over-priced will not sell and after a while, sellers who really want to sell recognize that they must adjust the price. To that end, there were 98 price adjustments/reductions for the first 7 months of 2018 compared with 77 the previous year.
Year-to-date: There have been 155 closed sales of single-family houses in Sudbury as of 7/31/201; up from 139 for the same period in 2017. The median sale price Y-T-D is $735,000; exactly the same as in 2017.
About Sudbury: Sudbury is located approximately 20 miles west of Boston. One of the oldest towns in Massachusetts, Sudbury is known for its New England charm and historic sites including Longfellow's Wayside Inn. Sudbury residents enjoy excellent schools, convenient shopping and restaurants, open space, parks and recreational opportunities for all ages. Population: 18,317; Residential Tax Rate: $17.60; Area 24.7 Square Miles; Public Schools: 4 Elementary, Curtis Middle School, Lincoln-Sudbury High School.