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Listings SOLD in 10 days or less

by Morse Real Estate

With a knowledgeable agent, attention to detail and the right market, homes can be listed for sale and purchased within a few hours. Today's market is full of fast sales and happy buyers and sellers. See the 4 listings below that have sold in less than 2 weeks!

1034 E Washington Avenue, Council Bluffs, IA 51503
This home was listed by Mike Morse after it had been on the market for 122 days with another agency. It is a 4 bedroom, 1 bathroom home with 1,561 finished square feet. In less than 24 hours with Mike, it was sold!

550 Coronado Circle, Carter Lake, IA 51510
This beautiful ranch is seated right on the water and boasts 2,971 finished square feet with 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. Abby Tietsort got this incredible home listed and sold in only 6 short days!

9 Windsor Avenue, Council Bluffs, IA 51503
Located in a desirable, east-end neighborhood, this split-level is beautiful on the inside with 4 bedrooms and 1.75 bathrooms and a large, fenced backyard. Christy Rhoades found a buyer for this home before it was even listed for sale!

2119 N 120th Avenue, Omaha, NE 68164
This bank-owned townhouse in Omaha had multiple offers and was listed by Mike Morse and sold within 10 days! It features 1,807 finished square feet and has 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.

Speak to one of our agents today to find out how to prepare your home for a fast sale!

Most Expensive and Cheapest Homes Sold in July

by Morse Real Estate

The month of July is officially behind us and August has begun. That means it is time to look at the cheapest and most expensive homes sold last month.

Photo Credit: Douglas County Assessors Office
1. Cheapest home sold in Omaha
For a whopping $12,500, this 1.5 story home in Omaha was on a 137 x 100 lot with 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. This tiny home had just under 840 square feet including a full basement. It was on the market for just 2 days before being paid for in cash.

Photo Credit: Douglas County Assessors Office
2. Most expensive home sold in Omaha
Located in the Fairacres subdivision on 1.36 acres, this 2.5 story brick home offered 6 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms with full basement for $1,552,000. It featured over 6,200 square feet and annual taxes of $28,132. Remarkably, it was only on the market for 1 day selling to a conventional buyer with 20% down.


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3. Cheapest home sold in southwest Iowa
A buyer finally snagged this home in Shenandoah after it was on the market for 328 days. They paid $7,500 cash for 968 total square feet featuring 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom on the main floor.

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4. Most expensive home sold in southwest Iowa
The most expensive home sold in southwest Iowa was purchased in Council Bluffs last month for $795,000 after only 6 days on the market. The brick, ranch-style home with over 5,300 square feet had a private drive, outdoor kitchen, in-ground swimming pool with 5 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms all on 4.5 acres. 

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How Many Homes Sold in the Last 7 Days?

by Morse Real Estate

Since July 29th, the market has picked up substantially in both Omaha and Council Bluffs areas. Prices are going to continue to climb, act now before you are priced out of your future home.

If you are on the fence about listing your home for sale and debating whether now is the time to move on with your plans of relocating… don't wait!

There are more buyers that are ready, willing and able to buy their first, second, third, or investment property now than there has been in years! The supply of homes for sale is not keeping up with the demand of these buyers.

Listing your home for sale now will give you the most exposure to buyers and the best sales price.

Homes that sold in the Omaha area: 162 Homes

Average home price: $188,035
Homes that sold in the Council Bluffs area: 30 Homes

Average home price: $179,678

To find out more about what your home is worth, contact one of our experienced agents today!

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