Weichert, Realtors - The Andrews Group gathers information from multiple sources to provide concise reviews on real estate market trends for Nashville area communities.
These neighborhood-focused summaries also provide timely information on school districts and other factors that influence the overall real estate market.
South Nashville includes several established communities within Nashville's largest zip code (37211). More than 70,000 people live within this zip, as shown in the purple shade. Situated between Brentwood and Antioch, South Nashville communities include Crieve Hall, Tusculum, Nippers Corner, Lenox Village and many other growing and culturally diverse neighborhoods.
Home Prices in South Nashville Tennessee
Median sales prices steadily increased on homes for sale in South Nashville Tennessee over the second half of 2013, a trend that continued through the start of 2014. Median listing prices also increased at the start of the new year. The statistics indicate that South Nashville homes are not staying on the market very long. The median number of days active properties have been listed is 60.
This chart represents home sales in South Nashville (37211) dating back to March 2013.
South Nashville Tennessee 37211 Real Estate Trends for February 2014:
The number of active listings in South Nashville 37211 increased 7.1% over the previous month.
The median list price in February 2014 for single family homes in South Nashville TN 37211 is $174,340.
The median number of days active properties have been listed is 60, which is significantly shorter than the national average.
The percent of unoccupied properties is very low in South Nashville (37211). It is -8.56% below the national average.
South Nashville homes continue to generate significant
buyer interest within a few days of hitting the market. Sellers can
expect significant interest in their homes if their listing
price is consistent with market trends.
If you're in the market to buy in any of South Nashville's
established communities, you'll want an agent that knows
of listings before they hit the market.
The graphs above also show a gap between listing price and
sales price. To ensure you don't overpay, you'll need a
thorough market analysis of the South Nashville home on
which you are making an offer.
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