Welcome to our Louisville Home Sales Charts through September 2015. We thought sales were slowing but September said, “Hold on just one moment!”
Typically sales and home values start to decline heading out of the Summer selling season but as you will see, in several of our Louisville real estate areas (#7 and #21), this is definitely not the case. If you’re interested in what Jefferson County did as a whole, head over and read Home sales surge in September as inventory remains shallow that I wrote for InsiderLouisville.
Louisville Home Sales Charts (period ending September 2015)
The number of homes sold in The Highlands area of Louisville real estate just barely beat last September but the values, well… they just keep moving up. Check out that trend!
Our St. Matthews area didn’t perform as well as it had been. It appears that we’re having a bit of a market correction when it comes to values here that may have overrun in previous years. The trend is down half a point from this time last year.
Home sales in Area 6 refuse to believe that Summer is over with a large number of properties sold in Okolona. Prices are following season trends more typically.
Jeffersontown is the real estate rock star of these Louisville real estate reports. Home sale prices in the area are moving much higher, this while sales activity is trouncing the previous year. Can you say “Win-win”?
Now the 7th straight month where home sales beat the previous year for our Middletown real estate area. Prices are below the trend but up from last month.
After a massive spike in home sale prices for Prospect real estate, our median value came back to Earth. This sharp decline is impactful but we need another month or two to see how it affects our trend. Sales matched the previous year.
Sales activity in North Oldham real estate last month merely matches the previous year but did improve over August. Values of sold property are right on spot with the 12-month trailing average.
While North Oldham is moving along horizontally, the South Oldham real estate area is going a bit crazy with both metrics performing well. The trend-line value last September was $226,547. It’s currently $243,601. That’s some massive growth.
Other Louisville home sales charts by the remaining MLS areas are updated each quarter. The following were completed through Q3 of 2015.
- Area 0: Central Downtown District, Old Louisville Homes
- Area 1: Downtown, Old Louisville, West Louisville Homes
- Area 4: Pleasure Ridge, Valley Station, Shively Homes
- Area 5: Auburndale, Fairdale, Iroquois Park, Shively Homes
- Area 11: Bullitt County Homes
- Area 19: Spencer County Homes
- Area 30: Shelby County Homes