Home sales in Williamson County are the best they have been in four years with 448 sales this July, compared to 357 in July 2011.
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Homes are selling more quickly in Williamson County than any time in the past four years, but median prices are remaining stable, according to information from the Williamson County Association of Realtors.
“July housing numbers continue to show strong gains in the local market. Inventory is lower and home sales are increasing, which is exactly where we want to see the market headed,” Association Executive Vice President Tiffany Cheuvront wrote in reporting July activity.
“An interesting segment of the market that we are seeing in Williamson County is the movement of farms, land and lots. This is one area that has been slower over the past several years and now we are seeing an increase in these types of transactions with a slight decrease in the number of days these types of properties are staying on the market.
“One thing is for sure, this is a very active market we are in right now.”
There were 448 home sales in July. That compares to 357 in July 2011 and and 279 in July 2010.
County wide, the median price in July was $350,000 for a single-family home and $198,000 for a condo.