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114 Dakota Cir
Carrollton, KY
Carrollton, KY 41008
Single Family Just Listed $119,900 3 2 First Look Program
4516 Amerivan Ct
Louisville, KY
Single Family Just Listed $198,900 4 2 First Look Program
1530 Spring Creek Dr
Murray, KY
Single Family Just Listed $299,900 3 3 First Look Program
3508 E 6th St
Owensboro, KY
Single Family Just Listed $63,000 3 1 First Look Program
10823 Muirfield Ct
Union, KY
Single Family Just Listed $158,500 2 4 First Look Program
843 Button Knob Rd
Liberty, KY
Single Family Just Listed $92,500 4 2 First Look Program
1557 Dunbar Leetown Rd
Morgantown, KY
Single Family Just Listed $134,500 3 2 First Look Program
563 Saint Andrews Rd
Brandenburg, KY
Single Family Just Listed $155,000 3 3 First Look Program
362 Pollitt Cir
New Castle, KY
Single Family Just Listed $64,500 3 2 First Look Program
931 Robin Cir
Radcliff, KY
Single Family Just Listed $116,500 3 2 First Look Program
114 Indian Trace Rd
Cadiz, KY
Single Family Just Listed $154,000 4 3 First Look Program
2589 Oregon Rd
Salvisa, KY
Single Family Just Listed $247,500 5 5 First Look Program
12 Crestwood Ave
Newport, KY
Single Family Back on Market $87,000 2 1
727 Agawam Rd
Winchester, KY
Single Family Back on Market $129,900 4 3 First Look Program
40 Beech Dr
Ft Mitchell, KY
Single Family Back on Market $84,500 3 2
313 Shakers Landing Rd
Harrodsburg, KY
Single Family Back on Market $142,500 3 2
8854 Valley Circle Dr
Florence, KY
Single Family Back on Market $118,800 3 2
163 Falls Ln
Shepherdsville, KY
Single Family Back on Market $99,900 4 1
213 Ridge Pole Rd
Brandenburg, KY
Single Family Price Reduced $199,900 4 4
1520 Bryan Rd
Boaz, KY
Single Family Price Reduced $117,500 4 3
8 Davenport Ln
Williamsburg, KY
Single Family Price Reduced $85,000 3 3
414 Village Dr
Frankfort, KY
Single Family Active $165,000 4 4
120 Ridgemont Rd
Paducah, KY
Single Family Active $94,500 3 3
3445 Bonny Lea Ct
Louisville, KY
Single Family Active $129,900 3 2 First Look Program
6003 Murnan Rd
Newport, KY
Single Family Active $77,500 3 2
21 Highway 578 N
Annville, KY
Single Family Active $99,900 4 2 First Look Program
11501 Flowervale Ln
Louisville, KY
Single Family Active $74,900 3 1
146 Grand Oak Blvd
Shepherdsville, KY
Single Family Active $255,000 4 3
18 Alice Dr
Greenup, KY
Single Family Active $75,000 4 2.5
424 E Union St
Hartford, KY
Single Family Active $98,900 4 2
2024 Woodmere Ct
Hebron, KY
Single Family Active $169,900 4 3
1927 Brooklyn Chapel Rd
Morgantown, KY
Single Family Active $89,900 3 2
112 Valley Brook Dr
Frankfort, KY
Single Family Active $85,000 3 2
250 Commerce St
Hardin, KY
Single Family Active $69,900 4 2
421 Newby Rd
Richmond, KY
Single Family Active $109,900 4 2
136 W Main St
Mount Sterling, KY
Single Family Active $115,000 5 2
2440 Lancaster Rd
Richmond, KY
Single Family Active $299,900 4 5
3510 Mcneil Rd
Boaz, KY
Single Family Active $249,000 3 2
145 Douglas Ave W
Stanford, KY
Single Family Active $115,000 3 2
418 A Mckinney Rd
Glasgow, KY
Single Family Active $72,500 2 1
532 Park Ridge Dr
Richmond, KY
Single Family Active $269,900 4 4
96 Cross Creek Farms Rd
Benton, KY
Single Family Active $209,500 5 4 First Look Program
3401 Wolf Creek Rd
Williamsburg, KY
Single Family Active $83,500 3 1

 

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Louisville Home Sales | All good news in August | Derby City Cents


Louisville Home Sales | All good news in August | Derby City Cents.

http://blogs.courier-journal.com/derbycitycents/2011/09/19/louisville-home-sales-all-good-news-in-august/?odyssey=obinsite

 

Louisville Home Sales | All good news in August

While it’s still far from a balanced market, today’s monthly sales report from the Greater Louisville Association of Realtors shows nearly all numbers moving in the right direction.

 

Sales were up 21 percent from a year earlier. Inventory is still high, but coming down. Sales are still off from last year’s pace, but the gap is closing. And the number of sales in the pipeline is up.

Keeping things in perspective, last month’s 1,133 sales is nowhere close to 1,521 in August 2007, before the recession hit, but it was the strongest August since that time, even surpassing the tax-credit infused market of 2009.

Here’s the Realtors full press release, including information specific to Jefferson, Oldham and Bullitt counties:

Overall Market Comment:

Members of the Greater Louisville Association of Realtors® replaced July as the year’s second most productive month by boosting sales 8% to end August 2011. August replaced July as the second most productive month of 2011 with 1,133 sold units, compared to 1,048 units in July.  For the year, July was moved to 3rd place, behind August (1133 units) and June which recorded 1,137 closed units. The August sales figures also continued a trend noted in July, a trend of outpacing same month figures from 2010. The August 2011 sales were a whopping 21% stronger than August 2010, providing more evidence that Realtors® are steadily surviving in a post Home Buyer Tax Credit market.   The average selling price for August 2011 slipped to $169,023, from $179,758 in July 2011, but was nearly even with August 2010’s average sales price of $172,949. Inventory, or the number of homes for sale, declined 2% in August to 9046 from 9,295 in July and 9,213 in June. Inventory remains near a 10 month supply; inventory levels near a 6 month supply are often associated with an in-balance market. Year-to-date sales remain nearly 10% behind last year’s pace, but the upward trend in July and August has closed the gap somewhat.

Overall, GLAR members are encouraged by the summer sales period (June-July-August) and continue to steadily move forward in a post- HBTC market.  While economic factors remain weak, predictions are that a low interest rate climate will likely remain in the 4th quarter, a tool Realtors® welcome.

Jefferson County Market Comment:

Realtors® posted 782 closed sales in Jefferson County in August 2011, up nearly 23% from August 2010. The average selling price in the county fell to $168,859, from $173,186 for July 2011, and $171,154 for June 2011.  Jefferson County inventory remains near a 9 month supply with 5,723 active units, down slightly from last month, but up 27% from August 2010. Year-to-date sales, in the county, stand at 5,108 units, down 11% from a similar period last year.  In summary, the Jefferson County market followed the broader GLAR analysis by breaking the year-to-date trend of lagging behind 2010 and posting an increase in sales volume when matched against the same period last year.

Oldham County Market Comment:

The number of closed sales in August jumped 38% compared to Aug 2010 (when the buyer tax credits were ending), bringing the YTD total up 7% compared to the same time last year. The average and median prices in Aug 2011 vs 2010 were up 12% and 6% respectively, reflecting the sale of some higher priced homes that had not sold in the Spring market. The YTD average and median figures were up a more modest 9% and 4% respectively, and are less volatile than single month data points. The number of sales going under contract was up 5% and the inventory of unsold homes remained slightly higher than last year by 6%. However, this was a 5% decrease in inventory compared to last month. Continued low mortgage rates will be the key factor in the resumption of a balanced market in Oldham County, as it will be with the broader Louisville market.

Bullitt County Market Comment:

Realtors® posted 73 closed sales in Bullitt County in August 2011, down from 80 sales in July 2011, but up nearly 24% from August 2010. The average selling price in the county, for August, was $138,439, a decline of 9% from July 2011, but up 1% from August 2010. Year-to-date sales, in the county, stand at 495 units, down 11% from a similar period in 2010. Supply, or the number of homes on the market, has fallen to 584 units, down 32 units from July 2011, but up nearly 13% from a similar period in 2010.