It is a tight market in Williamson County right now, especially under $400,000. Total Williamson County closings increased 16% over March 2014, with a marginal median price increase. The median price of land closings increased 26% over March 2014. Statistics At A Glance: ...
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The housing market remained robust in Williamson County as we kicked off the new year. The total number of residential closings in 2015 increased 9.5% over January 2014, with a median sales price increase of .5% over January 2014, but a 26% increase over January 2013. Condo sales showed a...
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Williamson County is not only one of the nation’s richest counties, but also one of the roomiest. According to the Vizual Statistix blog, Williamson County is home to the largest houses in the nation when ranked by the number of rooms per home. Homes in Williamson County have an average...
The median sales price for a single-family home was $417,005 in December 2014, an increase of 4.3% over December 2013, and a 16.9% increase over 2013. The number of single-family residential closings increased by 28.4% in December 2014 compared to 2013. Land closings were up 80% over December 2013, with...
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While 2019 is still young, it appears trends from the past few months will continue into the new year-with little noticeable changes thus far. Average Sales Prices in February 2019 are still better than February 2018 – in all but two of the areas 9 counties. The same is true for Year -to-Date. Only Maury County has a median sales price that is slightly less now that a year ago. Middle TN has continued to increase in all counties on this report. Available inventory dropped slightly moving into January when compared to a month ago. New Home Sales Percent to Total Homes Sold remains consistent with prior months.
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Williamson County residential single-family home average sales price rose from January’s price of $561,762 to $612,624 in February.
DOM for single-family residential homes increased to 49 from Janary’s DOM of 41.
February 2019 single-family residential home inventory lowered slightly to 1,251 units. This is a decrease from the 1,281 units in January.
Top three cities for highest median sales average in February are: College Grove ($769,562), Brentwood ($762,500), Franklin ($540,000)