Regional Market Snapshot for 11/21/10

The weather in the Greater Louisville, Southern Indiana, and Elizabethtown may be cooling down, but the real estate market isn’t cooling down.  Take a look at the Market Snapshot for November 21, 2010.  You’ll see some numbers strikingly similar to numbers from when the market was “heating up” in May:

Active Inventory

Active Residential Listings Currently on the Market:

  • Greater Louisville: 9,197
  • Southern Indiana Area: 2,264
  • Elizabethtown/Ft. Knox Area: 1,555

Average List Price:

  • Greater Louisville: $227,670
  • Southern Indiana Area: $162,398
  • Elizabethtown/Ft. Knox Area: $172,513

Residential Listings on the Market as on May 23, 2010

Residential Listings on the Market 5/23/10

  • Greater Louisville: 9,261
  • Southern Indiana Area: 2,333
  • Elizabethtown/Ft. Knox Area: 1,385

Average List Price of Listings on the Market 5/23/10:

  • Greater Louisville: $241,777
  • Southern Indiana Area: $167,518
  • Elizabethtown/Ft. Knox Area: $173,069

The chill shouldn’t chase you away from real estate.  Go ahead & look for a new (to you) house.  Or get your home ready to sell.  The market’s fine.  Check out the links above to see the truth in the numbers.

Remember that the MLS data changes all the time, so the numbers will be 99.9% accurate as of the end of the day Sunday.  The data on the snapshot comes directly from the MLS websites.  We are not doing any special programming to produce these numbers.

 

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Posted on November 24, 2010, in Uncategorized and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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