During the month of September, 2010 there were 4 new residential listings in and around the Hill City/Central Hills area. The total # of homes for sale is 48. And 3 homes have sold or were under contract. The avgerage price of a single family home in the Black Hills is $279,946 which is down from $279,946 last month, with an average of 93 days on the market which is down from 133 days last month. Sellers have been receiving 96.86% of their asking price which is down from 97.75% last month.
ZIP Code: 57745
Location Characteristics: Hill City is located in the heart of the beautiful Black Hills of South Dakota. We are famous for the Mount Rushmore National Monument and for the millions of pine trees that make the Hills look Black. Crazy Horse Memorial is also being carved into a mountain in this area. Hill City is the most desirable location sought by out of state home buyers. It is a very pleasant, artsy, small village surrounded by pine trees. Please visit, enjoy, and live here in the tranquil beauty of the Black Hills.
For More Information:
MLS Listings: Black Hills Board of Realtors
Web Listings: We have over 22 websites.
First of all I am a full time Realtor and you can contact me from 8 am to 10 pm 7 days a week.
Our company, Coldwell Banker – Lewis-Kirkeby-Hall has maintained the title of the #1 Real Estate Company in the Black Hills 35 years in a row! My work ethic is very strong and I will help you through the entire process of buying real estate.
My real estate team and I can provide the following for you:
Provide a counseling session with you to discuss your needs and goals.
Provide you with a copy of the Homebuyer Guidebook.
Offer a pre-qualification or pre-approval appointment with a reputable lender.
Show you properties that meet the criteria you have selected.
Contact you after the closing to follow up on any remaining details or service needs.
There are several other services we offer and will do everything we can to make this process go smoothly and worry-free. Again, I look forward to helping you find your own piece of the Hills.
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