Regional Market Snapshot for June 10, 2012

Let’s compare.  Let’s compare real estate statistics from the last 30 days versus the last 12 months.  Let’s compare the average sales price as well as the average days on market.  

In the Greater Louisville area:

  • Last 30 days: the average number of days a property spent on the market was 86 days
  • Last 12 months: the average number of days a property spent on the market was 88 days

In the Southern Indiana area:

  • Last 30 days: the average number of days a property spent on the market was 115 days
  • Last 12 months: the average number of days a property spent on the market was 114 days

In the Etown/Ft. Knox area:

  • Last 30 days: the average number of days a property spent on the market was 153 days
  • Last 12 months: the average number of days a property spent on the market was 156 days

In the Greater Louisville area:

  • Last 30 days: homes sold for an average of 95.9% of the list price
  • Last 12 months: homes sold for an average of 95.1% of the list price

In the Southern Indiana area:

  • Last 30 days: homes sold for an average of 96.3% of the list price
  • Last 12 months: homes sold for an average of 95.7% of the list price

In the Etown/Ft. Knox area:

  • Last 30 days: homes sold for an average of 96.9% of the list price
  • Last 12 months: homes sold for an average of 96.1% of the list price

Need more statistics?  Click here or on the image above.  Visit current listings for sale at www.Semonin.com .

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Posted on June 13, 2012, in Uncategorized and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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