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After surging by nearly 53 percent in March of this year, and then falling by nearly 15 percent in April, total pending sales in Plainfield reached a total of 42 in May, 2012. While this is a 2.4-percent improvement versus the previous month, it represents a 20-percent increase versus 1 year ag...
There were marked improvements in several key indicators for the Noblesville real estate market in May of 2012, the most striking of which came in the form of a 65.8-percent increase in total sales. May’s total of 126 closings also represents a 20-percent increase versus last year’s total of 10...
A quick glance at the latest figures for the Mooresville real estate market and it would be easy to characterize May of 2012 as a bad month. But a closer look shows this is not necessarily the case, at least not with respect to 3 key indicators. Yes, it is true that total sales fell by 3 percen...
The Martinsville real estate market saw a significant, 44.4-percent increase in sales, as a total of 26 closings took place in May of 2012 compared to the previous month’s total of just 18. The only downside to this stat is the fact that it is a 3.7-percent decrease compared to May of 2011. That...
While there were some minor setbacks for the Indianapolis real estate market in May, 2012, the market showed substantive improvement in several key areas, especially when compared to last year. Take total listings as an example: May marked the 4th straight month that the number of homes listed f...
After climbing 3 months in a row, and then falling inexplicably by almost 31 in April, the total number of pending sales in Greenwood rebounded nicely by 48.2 percent in May, 2012. What’s more, May’s total of 123 pending sales represents a 41.4-percent increase versus 12-months ago. And the aver...
The Greenfield real estate market showed some nice gains in the month of May, 2012. Total sales, for example picked up by 15 percent versus the previous month’s total of 40. Also, the 46 closings that took place in May represent a 7-percent increase over last year’s total during this same month....
May, 2012 brought with it some positive news for the Franklin real estate market, although not as much of some would have preferred. Take, for example, the 35 closings that took place: This represents a dramatic 40-perent increase versus the previous month. But considering the fact that April’s ...
The Fishers real estate market suffered a 6.1-percent drop in total pending sales in May, 2012. While it would be too early to call it a trend, it does mark the second straight month that pending sales have fallen in Fishers since reaching a 15-month high of 168 in March of this year. Also, May...
While the Danville real estate market wasn’t perfect in May, 2012, there was a lot to like in terms of market performance. The average number of homes sold rose 25 percent, from 12 in April to 15 in May. What prevents this from being entirely good news is the fact that, compared to last May’s t...