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The Peak, The Fall and The Rise of Real Estate at the Lake
June 25th, 2013 8:35 AM


There has been a great deal of change in the real estate Market at the Lake of the Ozarks in the past 7 years. The number of real estate sales at the Lake generally peaked in 2006, fell to a low point in 2009 and are on the rise today. Here are some facts and figures showing the wide fluctuation of real estate transactions and volume for these time periods. These figures are from January 1 through June 22 of each year.

Waterfront Homes:

2006: 426 Closings - $152,027,576 total volume
2009: 198 Closings - $  60,899,715 total volume
2013: 269 Closings - $  81,521,211 total volume

Off-Water Homes:

2006: 456 Closings - $  62,769,680 total volume
2009: 241 Closings - $  29,298,851 total volume
2013: 366 Closings - $  46,472,712 total volume

Condominiums:

2006: 456 Closings - $  62,769,680 total volume
2009: 241 Closings - $  29,298,851 total volume
2013: 370 Closings - $  47,255,212 total volume

These figures are not to reflect value changes, which varies from house to house and condo to condo. This is just an indication that the amount of real estate activity has peaked, plummeted and risen in the past 7 years. If you need specific info on the value of your property at the lake, please feel free to contact us.

Note: Data Taken from the Bagnell Dam Association of Realtors MLS.


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