August and September Housing Sales Figures 2010 for Williamson County

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Real Estate Agent with Benchmark Realty

The numbers are looking up!  And up is a good place.  There are still buyers and sellers making deals and moving into their next home. 

For August in Williamson County, you can click on this link for the full picture.  The number of closings was up 11%, Median and Average sale prices are both up and the days on market is a tad longer, but not by much.  Could it be possible that we have hit the bottom and are moving up? 

Let's look at the September numbers. They are up about 5% from 2009.  The Median price is the same and the average house price is down.  The average is really a reflection of whether the luxury houses are selling or not.  It looks like some did sell in August, and not so many in September.  The days on the market are lower.  You can check out those numbers here.

The numbers for the Greater Nashville area are not quite as strong.  The area numbers, while slightly up (3%) for the year, the numbers are down for this quarter.  To read the report from the Greater Nashville Association, click here.

If moving is in your future, there are people buying and good houses on the market.  If a move is in your plan - let's make it happen!

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This posting and the contents written here are the intellectual property and opinions of Monica Neubauer. Monica is a Realtor with Benchmark Realty in Brentwood, TN. She provides real estate services to clients in the Nashville area, including Nashville, Franklin, Brentwood, Spring Hills, Thompsons Station,  and other areas in the Middle Tennessee Region. You can contact her by calling 615-568-8384 or visit www.FranklinTNBlog.com .

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