Welcome to the #1 source for Louisville Real Estate Reports. I’ve recently revamped all the real estate reports for Louisville, Kentucky. You won’t find anything like them on any other website and they are completely free! As Louisville’s real estate expert, I’ve been creating these reports for you since 2006.

Photo of a home in Little Spring Farm - Louisville Real Estate Reports
Why look at statistics for the city as a whole when you really would like more specific information?

You can also look at two special real estate reports that cover the entire city of Louisville, Kentucky.

But let’s focus on smaller geographic areas for these Louisville real estate reports. I’m going to highlight two metrics for smaller groupings defined as MLS areas. They contain both the average sale price and the number of homes sold presented in chart form to make it easier to visualize the information. Now you get a more specific idea of how real estate is performing in each of these 15 MLS areas.

Map of Louisville MLS Areas
My real estate reports are divided into our Greater Louisville Association of Realtors (GLAR) MLS areas. Where is your home located?

Did I mention they’re completely free?! That way you can make better home buying and selling decisions here in Louisville. If you’d like even more specific data or analysis about your neighborhood please contact me and I’ll create a custom report just for you.

Louisville Real Estate Reports

Here are reports that are based on smaller geographic parts of the city, called MLS areas as defined by the Louisville Association of Realtors (GLAR). Each one has been created by Tre Pryor, Louisville’s Expert Realtor to keep you better informed.

Areas Within Jefferson County

Areas Surrounding Jefferson County:

If you would like to use any of the Louisville real estate reports on your website, you will need permission. But as long as you provide a link back to the associated page, I’m happy to let you do just that.

Louisville Kentucky Summary

Louisville, Kentucky, situated in the north-central part of the state along the Ohio River, is the largest city in Kentucky and serves as a cultural, economic, and entertainment hub for the region. With a population exceeding 600,000 residents within the city limits and over 1.3 million in the metropolitan area, Louisville is a vibrant and diverse city known for its rich history, culinary scene, and famous events. The city covers approximately 400 square miles, offering a mix of urban neighborhoods, historic districts, and green spaces.

One of the most noteworthy aspects of Louisville is its annual Kentucky Derby, held at Churchill Downs, which attracts visitors from around the world and showcases the city’s deep connection to horse racing and Southern traditions. Louisville is also renowned for its bourbon distilleries, with the Kentucky Bourbon Trail featuring several iconic distilleries in the surrounding area.

Additionally, the city is home to a thriving arts and culture scene, with numerous museums, theaters, and galleries, including the Speed Art Museum and the Louisville Orchestra. Residents and visitors alike enjoy exploring Louisville’s diverse neighborhoods, each offering its unique character and attractions, from lively entertainment districts like Fourth Street Live! to historic districts like Old Louisville with its beautiful Victorian architecture. Overall, Louisville offers a dynamic blend of Southern hospitality, urban amenities, and outdoor recreation, making it a dynamic and appealing city to live in or visit.