Average Condo Prices in O4W
For around $200K give or take, you will be able to find a suitable condo in the Old 4th Ward neighborhood. Between Boulevard and Glen Iris, condo sales are on the rise and as quickly as they come on the market is as quickly as they go under contract. A sophisticated buyer’s agent will know ahead of time before a condo is going to be listed to give their client first dibs on viewing the property and making an offer. Old 4th Ward has become the favorite neighborhood on the Beltline Project because it offers so many housing types and is still considered very affordable for Intown living. With choices of newly built condos, re-sales and loft style layouts, any buyer would be thrilled to find the place that they would like to call home. Old 4th Ward offers a charm of the 1940’s with a sprinkle of modern constructions throughout the neighborhood which is what most condo lovers are looking for these days. One bedroom open concept layouts are pricing as low as $135K and two bedrooms are currently starting around $189K. I’d like to help you on your search for an Old 4th Ward condo or home if you are interested in moving to the area. Feel free to contact Pauline Bowman, Beltline Specialist with eXp Realty at 678-682-1221 or firstname.lastname@example.org for questions about the neighborhood or details on any listing.