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Foreclosure Rate Drops to New Post-Crisis Low

According to CoreLogic National Foreclosure Report, approximately .4% of Tennessee Mortgages are in foreclosure. In 2008, during the height of the crisis in Tennessee, 1.7% (average) of homes were in foreclosure. Shelby, Hamilton, and Davidson Counties were hardest hit by the crisis. Many factors have played a roll in the nationwide recovery. Presently, only 3% of homes nationwide are in seriously delinquency...

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May 2016 Sales Statistics

Homes sales remained steady for the month of May with a total of 532 closings versus 541 closings in May 2015, which was a slight decline of 1.6 percent. The median sales price rose 5.6 percent to $433,000 in May 2016 from $409,999 during the same period last year. Year-to-date closings through May 2016 in Williamson County were 2,059, representing an 8.7...

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April 2016 Sales Statistics

Home sales in April 2016 rose 19% over April 2015, netting 474 residential and single family closings. The median price, $433,000 was a slight increase over the previous year. Inventory, currently at 1776 residential units, still shows a tight supply at just under 4 months of inventory. The median price for condos in April 2016 was $255,000, with 37 closings and an...

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