I’ve been fortunate enough to be asked to appear on Wave3 news five times now. As a local expert, it’s been my pleasure to share what I’ve learned. This most recent interview appeared on March 17th and covered the current low levels of housing inventory in Louisville, Kentucky. The title of the piece: Looking for a new home? Good luck. Inventory is way down because of COVID-19.
Housing inventory in Louisville is currently at historic lows. This makes it an extreme seller’s market. Buyers today will have a very difficult time purchasing a new home.
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It’s also interesting to note that Melissa Bottom, who, along with her husband, was also interviewed in this piece. They are my clients whom I’m helping purchase a new home that’s currently being built.
Recommending her to David for this piece gave it a more personal touch that really brings home the current difficulties buyers are facing due to the low housing inventory in Louisville.
Previous interviews with Tre Pryor:
- Louisville home sales remain surprisingly strong in spite of COVID and protests (September 28, 2020)
- Louisville investors bullish on home improvement, not the stock market (February 10, 2018)
- What ‘neighborhood schools’ means for JCPS (February 27, 2017)
I’ve tried to download the video for future reference but the website doesn’t allow it and only displays it for a limited time.