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Sold! These Birmingham Condos Are Off the Market

See what's selling around Birmingham.

Most real estate agents these days will say home prices in Birmingham and Oakland County have rebounded, and that inventory is scarce.

Today we take a look at some condos that have recently sold in Birmingham between $47,000 to $1.25 million. The listings are courtesy of local Realtor Deborah Cavanaugh of Max Broock Realtors.

2655 E. Maple Road in Birmingham. One bedroom, one bathroom.

  • Asking price: $49,900
  • Sold for: $47,000.
  • Days on market: 5

1961 Graefield Road in Birmingham: Two bedrooms, one bathroom.

  • Asking price: $92,500
  • Sold for: $94,350
  • Days on market: 4

1113 N. Old Woodward in Birmingham: Two bedrooms, two bathrooms. 1,195 square feet.

  • Asking price: $179,900
  • Sold for: $164,900
  • Days on market: 46

595 N. Old Woodward: Two bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms. 1,044 square feet.

  • Asking price: $184,900
  • Sold for: $185,000
  • Days on market: 15

111 Willits Sreet in Birmingham: One bedroom, two and a half bathrooms. 1,827 square feet.

  • Asking price: $739,000
  • Sold for: $739,000
  • Days on market: 19

420 Townsend Street in Birmingham: Three bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms. 2,893 square feet.

  • Asking price: $1,250,000
  • Sold for: $1,255,000
  • Days on market: 55
Clinton Baller April 11, 2013 at 12:10 PM
This is terrific news! Quick sales at or above asking price! Does the same go for single-family homes?
Deborah Field Cavanaugh April 15, 2013 at 01:53 AM
Yes it does, Clinton.

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