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Portage Indiana Real Estate Recap April 2011

May 5, 2011 by · 1 Comment 

Portage Indiana Real Estate Recap April 2011 by Jim SimsFor the month of April 2011, 56 homes were listed for sale in Portage Indiana and 44 homes were sold in Portage Indiana.

The median real estate list price for the month of April 2011 in Portage Indiana was $149,500 which is a slight decrease from previous months but an increase over last month.

If you are looking to buy a home in the Portage Indiana real estate market, you have 231 homes listed for sale to choose from. For those thinking about selling their home in Portage Indiana, now is a great time to enter the market to capture the buyers that are currently out looking at homes for sale.

At this month’s median price of $149,500 you can expect:

  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • .25 – .50 acres
  • 1,776 square footage

Portage Indiana Real Estate Month At A Glance:

  • 56 New Listings
  • 44 Sold Listings 
  • 232 Homes Listed
  • 219 Average Days on Market

Do you or someone you know want to buy a home and/or sell a home in Portage Indiana?

Call or text 219-649-1296 or email me (jim@jimsimshomes.com) to help you get started!

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Jim Sims

Jim Sims is a licensed Realtor with McColly Real Estate. With a Bachelor Degree in Marketing and Management Information Systems from Purdue University Calumet, he loves to leverage the best of today's technology to achieve his clients real estate goals. While Jim facilitates real estate needs throughout Northwest Indiana, he specializes in the Northern Porter County communities of Burns Harbor, Chesterton, Portage and Porter Indiana. Learn more about Jim and visit www.JimSimsHomes.com.

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One Response to “Portage Indiana Real Estate Recap April 2011”
  1. Homes for sale in Portage Indiana definitely offer a lot of space for the price when compared to surrounding communities. It’s no surprise that young families are attracted to this community. If the homes are this affordable, how are the property taxes?

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