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Median price of home sales in Williamson County have now topped the $400,000 mark for 11 of the past 12 months, at $412,176. The number of closings is down 10.5% compared to November 2014, however the median price is up 6.25% over last November. Overall closings year to date are...
The number of single-family residential closings in Williamson County increased by 22.9% in November 2014, compared to the same period in 2013. The median sales price stayed strong at $387,930. However, this was a 3% decrease compared to the median sales price in November 2013. The average Days on Market...
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As we enter the fourth quarter and the traditional “slow season” for real estate, the Williamson County Market remained strong. This is the 10th month out of the past 11 that the median sales price topped $400,000. The median sales price of $422,000 was 3.4% higher than the 2014 October...
There were 474 single family homes sold in September 2015, making 1607 closings total for the quarter in Williamson County. For September that is an 11.8% increase over last year, for the quarter we are up 12.7% compared to the 3rd quarter 2014. And, the numbers year-to-date reflect a very...
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For the fourth straight month, Williamson County exceeded 500 closings. The median price of $415,000 is the highest median price on record, and the 567 closings, breaks the 2005 record for the number of closings in the month of August. All that to say, Williamson County is still a very...
We are once again seeing record highs in home closings and median price! In addition to the 7.8% year-over-year closings increase, median price continues to climb. The $415,000 median price for July 2015 is up 3.8% from 2014. This signals the eighth month in a row where the median price...
To say our real estate market was as hot as our weather in June, would almost be an understatement! The 624 closings in June were the highest EVER reported, and nearly 20% more than the same time last year. Condo closings rose 34% over the same period last year. Thompsons Station...
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Average Sales Prices in August 2019 remained higher than August last year in all the counties. On a YTD basis, all counties show increases in Avg. Sale Prices. Maury reported the highest percent increase at 10.5% in August 2019 vs Last Year. Median Sales Price remained higher in all counties on a YTD basis. Available inventory going into September has improved slightly compared to prior months. Sales continue to absorb the new entries to the market, keeping months of inventory steady.
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Williamson’s Average Sales Price in August was an increase over LY.
Median Sales Prices remained higher on a YTD basis. Williamson was up by 10.3%.
DOM for single-family residential homes averaged 35 days for August.
Top three cities for highest median sales average in August are: Arrington ($809,000), College Grove ($802,500), Brentwood ($703,000)