Spring Hill Tennessee 2012 Market Trends

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Real Estate Agent with Pilkerton Realtors

Spring Hill Tennessee 2012 Market Trends

Spring Hill is one of the fastest growing communities in the Nation. Located in the southern part of Williamson County it boasts the reopening Saturn Plant and many new jobs!

A recent report showed homes priced under $200,000 were receiving multiple offers. Prices are starting to inch up too. The following is a Five Year chart of average Sales Prices.

The charts show sales down somewhat but the number of pendings is through the roof and March is just over half way through! We believe that the numbers will be up considerably compared to 2011.

Homes selling under $200,000 are mostly re-Sales, with the higher end properties mostly new construction.

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Connie Harveyis a local agent with Pilkerton Realtors, serving home buyers and sellers in Nashville, TN, Brentwood TN, and Franklin TN. Let her help you realize your Real Estate goals. She can be reached at 615-371-2474.


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AJ, I know of one agent who has written 7 or 8 offers and keeps losing houses to higher offers. Starting to sound like a Seller's market again.

March 19, 2012 02:45 PM
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Marianne Infusino
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Connie - like the ad in your post reads ... a great deal of depends on the Lending Institutions - (which certainly created the downward spiral) .... But - I do believe WE have been working thru the CURVES - and your comment above shows me that - at least in Nashville - its' looking like its "moving" ... and therefore ... so will PEOPLE ... lolololol - thanks for sharing, Marianne :)

March 20, 2012 12:06 PM
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Marianne - That is exactly what we're hoping for!

March 20, 2012 12:32 PM
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Nice blog. Funny, I reblogged one that used a Trulia report and somebody wrote something ugly about it. They said you should only use MLS data because it comes from there. The only thing is, not all boards have this type of graphing so I think it just goest to show its good to be flexible. Nicely done.

April 02, 2012 05:27 PM
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Thanks Cathy. Our MLS doesn't have any graphs at all.

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