Home Values Rise in Louisville Housing Market

In a title obviously affected by the media’s relentless attack on the topic of housing, Business First brings us, Louisville housing market isn’t so bad, PVA says. Who says journalists don’t have a sense of humor?

The study, which was authored by PVA Tony Lindauer and Chief Deputy PVA Donna Hunt, found that median property values in Jefferson County increased to $147,000 in 2007 from $141,000 in 2006.

Yet more evidence that Louisville isn’t San Diego or Naples and that depending on your situation, 2008 could be an advantageous time to make a move.