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What are the top selling neighborhoods in Williamsburg, VA ?

A lot of people ask me “ Where do come up with all the information and articles you post ?”

Well, most are questions posed to me by clients I work with in the course of doing business  as a Realtor in the Williamsburg/ Hampton Roads, VA area.

Today’s question: What are the top selling neighborhoods./ subdivisions/ communities in the area ?  The following list is compiled with statistics from the Williamsburg MLS ( WAAR/ WMLS). It  only includes stats from the City of Williamsburg, James City County and York County.  Some new homes sales and for sale by owner home sales aren’t included. I know the Liberty Crossing town home community would be in the top 20 for instance.
If you would like to have this report for any area in Hampton Roads, VA. send an email to John@MrWilliamsburg.com
I ran this report today April 3, 2009 . It applies to the last 12 months of sales.

And the winners are :

 

Fords Colony 66
Kingsmill 60
New Town 32
Braemar Creek 31
Stonehouse 25
Greensprings West 20
Governors Land 15
Creekside Landing 14
Villages of Westminster 14
Powhatan Secondary 13
Scotts Pond 13
Seasons Trace 13
Jamestown Hundred 12
Wellington 12
Chisel Run 11
Colonial Heritage 11
Vineyard Height 11
Fenwick Hills 10
Holly Hills 10
Williamsburg Commons 10
Windsor Forest 10
Berkeleys Green 9
Queens Lake 9
The Mews 9
Fairways Villas 8
Lake Powell For 8
Pointe @ Jamestown 8
Powhatan Woods 8

 

If you would like a PDF version of the entire list of sales stats for Williamsburg VA neighborhoods send an email to John@MrWilliamsburg.com

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