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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 average, 17.7 percent more pending sales each month compared to this same 3-month window 1 year ago. The Greenwood market did not disappoint when it came to total sales. June’s total of 134 closings represents a nice 22.9-percent gain versus May’s total of 109. But when compared to last (1 comments)
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 that compared to last June this is an increase of 10.5 percent. At 39, the average number of pending sales per month, from April through June of this year, remained unchanged versus this same period 1 year ago. Another area of improvement came in the (0 comments)
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 ago. Not only this, but the monthly average of 44 pending sales from March through May of this year represents a 15.8-percent increase compared to this same period last year. On average, there have been 31 pending sales per month over the past year. Sales activity picked up by (1 comments)
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 105 closings during this same month. On average, a total of 97 closings took place from March through May of this year, or 10.2 percent more, compared to this same 3-month period 1 year ago. This is also nearly 54 percent above the 12-month average of 82 closings per month. While (1 comments)
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 said, an average of 24 closings took place each month from March through May, which represents a 9.1-percent improvement over this same quarter in 2011. Another area of improvement was that of total pending sales. May’s total of 33 represents a 22.2-percent increase over April’s total (0 comments)
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. The only negative stat came in the form of a 2.4-percent drop in the average number of monthly closings to take place from March through May of this year relative to this same quarter 1 year ago. An average of 39 closings have taken place each month over (0 comments)
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 total of 25 closings was the 3rd lowest in a year, anything other than a big rebound would have been very disappointing indeed. Another sobering fact: the most recent figure represents a decrease of nearly 3 percent compared to last May’s total of 36. Still, this is a difference of just 1 (0 comments)
The Greenfield real estate market saw a 0.4-percent decrease in total listings in February compared to the previous month’s total of 260. In comparison, there was a 1.5 percent decrease in real estate and homes for sale in Indianapolis during this same period. Versus where the Greenfield market was 1 year ago, with 320 listings at that time, the most recent figure of 261 represents a nice 18.4-percent drop in total listings. Finally, Greenfield Indiana saw an average of 16.4 percent fewer homes listed for sale on a monthly basis from December of 2011 through February of this year compared (0 comments)
market statistics: Greenwood Real Estate Report - 02/25/10 09:02 AM
At least the New Year brought some good news for the Greenwood real estate market as the total average days spent on the market dropped to a 6-month low of just 73 days. The not-so-silver lining is that there was a bit more ‘give’ than ‘take’ on the part of home sellers as the average list-sale differential reached a 6-month low of just 94-percent. Homes were selling albeit not as much as in months past. The total number of homes sold dropped to just 50-units in January, 2010. This too marks a new 6-month low. If you’re starting to see a (0 comments)
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