Four Hills Real Estate Stats for February 2012

Albuquerque’s Four Hills Neighborhoods is one of the more distinctive areas in the city. Located in far SE Albuquerque near the foothills of the Sandia Mountains the area features larger ranch style homes on larger lots. The neighborhood has a unique feel. Four Hills Country Club and Four Hills Golf Course are still popular attractions.

View an updated list of the Four Hills Homes for Sale, check out my information page for Four Hills or search for other Neighborhoods in Albuquerque.

 

Neighborhood Boundaries

Four Hills is bounded by Central and Tramway, and by Kirtland Air Force Base and
the Foothills.

View a map of Four Hills.

 

Quick Stats:

Here are the stats for the Four Hills homes that sold last month:

Total Detached Sales 4
Price Range $151,000 to $375,000
Average Sales Price $249,250
Median Sales Price $235,500
REO Sales 0
Short Sales 0
Attached Sales 2

 

Area Schools:

These are the public schools that serve the Four Hills area.

Elementary Schools Apache
Middle Schools Grant
High Schools Manzano

 

APS Maps-Elementary, Middle and High School

 

Homes for Sale, Homes in Pending, Homes Closed

There were 4 closed sales last month, the same as last year and up last month. Pending sales are holding steady.

 

Four Hills Albuquerque Real Estate Stats for February 2012

Average Price Per square foot

The average price per square foot has averaged $111 per month. The monthly fluctuations are due to the relatively small sample size.

 

Four Hills Albuquerque Real Estate Stats MLS Area 60 Average Price Per Square Foot for February 2012

Housing Inventory

Sales were up in relation to the number of Four Hills homes for sale. The supply/demand ratio returned to more normal levels.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

These Four Hills real estate stats were compiled from the Greater Albuquerque Association of REALTORS®data on 03/25/2012. This data is reflective of homes which were listed on the Albuquerque MLS; private sales are not included.

 


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