January 2019 Housing Stats

Frequently, we are asked about the state of the housing market and what the future holds. Middle Tennessee has also been fortunate in its growth. As the City of Nashville becomes a hub of the south, the surrounding areas are affected through housing and labor. Nashville was recently named an emerging leader in the housing market by the Urban Land Institute (ULI). We can all see the daily effects the growth of Nashville. But what does that mean for you? It is our goal to provide meaningful content that puts you in a position of power because knowledge is power. To keep you informed, we’re providing the monthly housing statistics for the Middle TN area. Remember that outliers in counties like Davidson and Williamson can affect the average price. 

Maury County

Average sale price for single-family residences: $328,462

Average sale price for residential condos: $170,546

Williamson County

Average sale price for single-family residences: $562,151

Average sale price for residential condos: $296,221

Davidson County 

Average sale price for single-family residences: $358,763

Average sale price for residential condos: $251,202

Lewis County 

Average sale price for single-family residences: $151,500

Average sale price for land and farms: $17,167

Marshall County

Average sale price for single-family residences: $173,298

Average sale price for land and farms: $78,300

Rutherford County 

Average sale price for single-family residences: $265,915

Average sale price for residential condos: $179,646

Want more information or need the numbers for a specific neighborhood? Let us know! We are happy to provide updates to help you with your housing decisions and to keep you informed.

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