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The Mooresville real estate market left a lot to be desired in June, 2012—at least if you were trying to sell a home! The stats did not favor sellers to be sure. Starting with total sales, there were 8 fewer closings in June, 25 percent fewer, compared to the previous month’s total of 32. But ev...
After hitting a 15-month low of 222 in January, 2012, the total number of Martinsville homes listed for sale continued to rise for the 4th consecutive month, most recently hitting a total of 280 in June, 2012. This was no doubt a concern to anyone trying to sell a home, since it represents even ...
A few glitches aside, the Indianapolis real estate market showed improvements in several key areas, making for a solid month of performance in June of 2012. But first, about those “glitches”... Total pending sales, always a good indicator of things to come, fell 9.8 percent, from 1,039 in May to...
In all, June wasn’t a bad month for the Greenwood real estate market. While total pending sales were down 28.3 percent versus the previous month, June’s total of 104 represents a 9.5-percent improvement versus this same month 1 year ago. Also, from April through June of this year there were, on ...
What the Greenfield real estate market failed to do in June of 2012, it more than made up for in comparison to last year. Total sales, for example, remained flat versus the previous month’s total of 47. Compared to last June’s total of 36, however, this is a huge 30.6-percent increase overall. A...
The Franklin real estate market showed some nice gains in June, 2012. Since falling to a 6-month low of 26 in March of this year, June’s total of 42 marked the 3rd consecutive month of increase for Franklin pending sales, this time by 7.7 percent versus May’s total of 39. Even better is the fact...
The Fishers real estate market, at first glance, was nothing to write home about. But a closer look shows improvements took place in several key statistical areas. June’s total of just 130 pending sales, for example, while 19.8 percent below the previous month, nevertheless represents a healthy...
After tying a 12-month low of 113 in January of this year, the total number of Danville homes for sale has continued to grow in the ensuing months, most recently hitting 6-month high of 150 listings, much to the dismay of sellers everywhere, no doubt! Not only is this recent total barely an inc...
It might take some squinting at the data, but a close look at the Carmel real estate market stats for June shows several improvements were realized in June. The market posted a nice 4.6-percent improvement in total sales, as a total of 183 closings took place in June versus the previous month’s...
Things did not pan out in June of 2012 as many real estate agents would have no doubt preferred. This is evidenced by a 15.2-percent decrease in total pending sales, from 46 in May to just 39 in June. Even worse, compared to last June’s total of 56 this represents a far worse 30.4-percent decre...