Who's selling homes in Wilmette, Winnetka and Kenilworth?

Coldwell Banker had the largest number of closed home sales during calendar year 2010 in Wilmette, Winnetka and Kenilworth.

In Wilmette, where 316 homes were sold at an average price of $691,168, Coldwell Banker had an overall 35.6% market share, representing 132 of the sellers and 93 of the buyers. Koenig & Strey took second place with an 11.2% share, representing 36 sellers and 35 buyers. Third place went to @properties which represented 26 sellers and 35 buyers to capture a 9.6% market share.

The Winnetka market saw 193 closings at an average price of $1,295,166. Coldwell Banker represented 80 sellers and 52 buyers to garner 34.2% of the transaction sides. The Hudson Company took second place in Winnetka. It was on the sell side of the transaction 25 times, on the buy side 30 times, for an overall 14.2% market share. Koenig & Strey was third, at 12.7% from representation of 21 sellers and 28 buyers.

Thirty-three Kenilworth homes closed at an average of $1,574,121 in 2010. Sixteen of the sellers and 11 of the buyers were represented by Coldwell Banker, whose market share was 40.9%. The Hudson Company gained a 19.7% market share from 8 sellers and 5 buyers. Koenig & Strey represented 3 sellers and 4 buyers to take third place with a 10.6% market share.

The data come from Midwest Real Estate Data, the local multiple listing service. Eve Bremen, the managing broker of Coldwell Banker's Winnetka South office, presented the numbers at this morning's sales meeting.

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