Alaska Real Estate Markets Slower But Steady

Alaska Real EstatePrices are lower and homes stay listed longer, but the major Alaska real estate markets are still performing well compared to the rest of the nation.

So far this year, 1,065 residential properties have sold in Anchorage with an average price of $281,179 and an average 72 days on the market. There have been 487 units sold in the Matanuska-Susitna Borough at an average price of $220,464 and an average 99 days on the market.

Multiple Listings Service data shows that residential sales statewide dropped sharply after 2007 before rebounding in 2009.

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Authored By Jonathan Grass – See the Full Story at AK Journal of Commerce

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