Hi. I'm Diane McNelis, Award winning Texas Realtor(R) with Coldwell Banker Southern Homes. Selling and Buying homes in Southeast Texas can be complicated. I'm here to help. When we work together I become your advocate. My goal is to get you the best deal possible and to exceed your service expectations. On my blog, I share tips and strategies for selling and buying homes in Southeast Texas.

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Westchase Neighborhood Real Estate Update

Westchase Update 2020


If you read the blog often then you know I keep a close eye on the Westchase Neighborhood in the West-end of Beaumont.  Today's post looks at home sales in Westchase this year from January - September 14, 2020.

New Construction in Westchase

Bill Little is building new construction homes in Westchase.  2620 Village is a recent closing that was one of his newly built homes.  It is also the highest cost per square foot closing this year.  This home sold for $634,887 or $147.24/SF.  

One Foreclosure

Not often found in Westchase, there was one foreclosure sold this year.  It was the lowest $/sf sale which you might expect.  It closed at $112.45/SF.  

12 Sales

To date in 2020 there have been twelve closings in the Westchase Neighborhood.  This is a popular neighborhood for buyers relocating to Beaumont with the oil and gas companies.   The average price of homes that sold this year is $330,491.  The most affordable was $247,500.  The most expensive $634,887.  

What Neighborhood Are You Interested In

If you would like to know the 2020 sales history of any neighborhood in Beaumont or Lumberton or any part of Southeast Texas, contact me here on the blog, text, email.  I respond as soon as I can.  If you are looking to buy or sell a home in Westchase - Let's talk.  Hope you enjoyed the post.  




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