Where Are Homes Selling The Quickest In St Louis?

The St Louis real estate market has definitely heated up and we are seeing as many as 10 or 20 showings on new listings within the first day or two of hitting the market with many of the homes also selling during the first couple of days.  Naturally, this is not happening for all homes in all price ranges in all areas, but is certainly happening in some.  So where are homes selling the quickest in St Louis?  To answer this question, I pulled market data for homes that are currently under contract but have not closed, then looked at how much time they were on the market before selling and have the results below.

Clayton and Maplewood-Richmond Heights School Are Fastest Selling School Districts-

As far as School Districts go, of the districts I pulled data for which were the largest and most popular, the Clayton School District was at the top of the list with homes that are under contract in that district having an average time on the market of just 9 days.  Next is the Maplewood-Richmond Heights school district at 20 days.  The table below shows the information for all of the districts I checked:

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St Charles County is Fastest-Selling County:

When it comes to which counties in the immediate St Louis area are the fastest selling, St Charles came in at number 1 with an average of 52 days on the market, follow closely by St Louis County at 54 days.

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