The Toledo real estate market was found by collected information on transactions made in that period and new offerings made available to purchasers to have declined in financial strength by some degree throughout the 2010 period in comparison to the comparable deals made in the previous Toledo real estate period of 2009. The average square foot of Toledo real estate, for one, was found to have fallen in monetary value by 5.7%, with each such area of land now going for $50.
Other numbers collected on the ongoing state of the Toledo real estate market found similar markers of ongoing problems facing homeowners, realtors and other people financially committed to this area of the Ohio economy. In this regard, the overall Toledo real estate market survey found that the number of real estate transactions concluded recently as of September 2010 had been outstripped by the number of foreclosure proceedings which homeowners had been forced to go through in that year, with 2324 recent home sales measured against 2581 overall foreclosures. In mid-September of that year for the Toledo real estate, moreover, the survey found that homes had been sold with an average price tag of