The real estate market in 2015 for the Cibolo Canyons community saw a down year with decreases in home sales and the average sales price.
The number of homes sold in Cibolo Canyons is up by 66.7 percent during 2016 compared to 2015.
The average sale price experienced a 13 percent increase, while the median sale price was up 4 percent.
Currently there are 29 Cibolo Canyons homes for sale.
The prices range from $269,900 for a 4 bedroom, 2300 sqft home all the way to $899,700 for a 4 bedroom, 3800 sqft home.
Cibolo Canyons January Home Sales
Cibolo Canyons seen 5 homes that sold during the month of January.
The homes that sold ranged from 4 bedroom, 2200 sqft homes all the way to 5 bedroom home of over 3800 sqft.
Cibolo Canyons January Home Sale Prices
Home sale prices during the month of January in Cibolo Canyons, ranged from a low of $261,000 to a top price of over $407,000.
For the year, the average sale price is $412,125, an increase of 13.1 percent from 2015, and the median sales price of $375,000, up 27.8 percent from 2015.
Cibolo Canyons January Days on Market and Absorption Rate
Home sold days on market during the month of January in Cibolo Canyons, ranged from a low of 16 days on market to a high of over 169 days on market.
For the year, the average days on market is 81, down 57.6 percent from last year, and the median days on market of 64, a decrease of 63.8 percent from 2015.
Cibolo Canyons Home Sales by Number of Bedrooms
Cibolo Canyons Current Listings
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