Wyoming Market Information
Many of the early settlers of Wyoming, named for a green valley in northeast Pennsylvania, were factory owners from neighboring Lockland, though its most significant growth occurred after the opening of the Cincinnati, Hamilton, and Dayton Railroad in 1851. Many of the homes built during this time have been recognized by the National Register of Historic Places.
Today, Wyoming is considered a family neighborhood, with many families with children, an excellent school system, and many local parks. Wyoming has its own 7,000 square-foot skate park, the Wyoming Multi-purpose Synthetic Athletic Field, and the Wyoming Hike/Bike Trail, as well as the standard park accommodations.
The heart of Wyoming includes several small shops and restaurants that many residents walk or bike to. The neighborhood has its own farmers’ market that is open during the growing season. Other shopping, such as the Tri-County Mall, is minutes away. Located next to I-75, most of the region’s shopping and entertainment is within a short drive.
Housing styles in Wyoming include examples from the 1800’s through present day, including Victorian, Colonial and Tudor Revival, and post-war Ranch. Prices range from under $100,000 to over $1,000,000, with the average around $275,000. The neighborhood is somewhat unique in that many of the larger historic homes are located alongside more modest contemporary homes.
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Many popular real estate sites use Automated Valuation Models (AVM) to estimate the price of your home. These models use historical statistics based upon similar homes to determine a price range. Just because two homes may be in the same neighborhood, have the same number of bedrooms, and be the same size does not mean that the prices of the homes will be similar. Many factors go into pricing a home, including the property's condition (both inside AND out), lot characteristics, latest market conditions, amenities, and even intangible factors. Having a real estate professional evaluate your property is the best way to receive the most accurate estimate of your home's value. To receive an estimate for your home, fill out the form above to receive a free, no obligation Comparative Market Analysis (CMA).
Keep in mind that your home is one of the most valuable assets you own. Even if you are not considering the sale of your property, a CMA is a great way to understand the equity you have accumulated in your home, which can be useful for financial planning.