2017 Hiddenbrooke Closed Sales versus 2016

Hiddenbrooke Vallejo Closed Sales 2017 vs 2016


Overall, Hiddenbrooke 2017 closed sales were up 7.6% over 2016 closed sales.  Average List Price in 2016 was $547,489 and Average List Price for 2017 was $585,989 (up 7%). Average Closed Sales in 2016 was $539,871 and Average Closed Sale in 2017 was $580,890 (up 7.6%).

We broke down closed sales in the infographic above by # of bedrooms and by Square Feet range to give you an idea of where your home might fall if you were looking for an approximate value of your home.

There are many reasons a home owner in Hiddenbrooke might want to know the value of their home: Property Tax calculations, Estate Planning, Home Insurance, or just plain Curiosity.

If you are looking for a more accurate home value we offer a “free” comprehensive Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) where we hand pick homes that match your homes attributes using similar criteria as an appraiser. We will provide you with a scattergram that plots comps on a trend line with your home showing you a value range of your home. We also include a very detailed CMA showing details and photos of the homes used in the analysis to compare to your home. To learn more about our CMA process please go here.

If you are considering selling your home, we offer unmatched real estate marketing to help you sell your home for the highest and best price in the shortest amount of time.

If you have any questions about your home’s value or you are thinking about selling your Hiddenbrooke home, please call Valerie Bechelli at 707-319-5993 to schedule a consultation.

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Information from BAREIS (Bay Area Real Estate Information Service – Our local MLS). Information is deemed reliable but is not verified.

Please note: In 2017 there were 2 large homes sold (4,719sf/4 bedroom and 5,330sf)/5 bedroom) that are included in the total statistics as they are part of the overall Average Price Sold but we did not include these 2 homes in the specific 4 and 5 bedroom categories nor the greater than 3,500sf category as these would not be used as direct comps to the other homes in these categories. We list these 2 homes as outliers in our analysis.