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Williamson County Real Estate Report November 2012
Williamson county homes in the Governors clubWilliamson County Real Estate in November - Buyers and sellers of homes in Williamson county need to be aware that the market is very intense right now, and I don't see it slowing down any time soon. 312 Williamson county homes sold in November compared to 201 last year. The absorption rate for Williamson county real estate is now less that 5 months, signaling a strong sellers market.
  • 312 Williamson county homes sold in November up 55% compared to last November
  • 26 Williamson county condos sold compared to 28 last year an decline of 7%
  • the median sales price of homes was $349,500 compared to $345,000 last year
  • days on market is down to 72 compared to 94 last year
Here are the sales statistics by city within Williamson county
  • 61 Brentwood homes sold at an average price of $599,959 with a current absorption rate of 5 months
  • 9 Fairview homes sold at an average price of $174,389 with an absorption rate of 10 months
  • 140 Franklin homes sold at an average price of $401,235 with an absorption rate of 5 months
  • 24 Nolensville homes sold averaging $381,708 with an absorption rate of 5 months
  • 41 Spring Hill homes sold averaging $239,231 with an absorption rate of 4.5 months
  • 23 Thompsons Station homes sold averaging $283.996 with an absorption rate of 4.5 months

Williamson county real estate is selling at a rapid pace, and with the shrinking availability of quality homes, my opinion is that the seller's market will become more competitive and bidding wars on good homes will become even more common than they are today.

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  Williamson county is located just south of Nashville and uses I-65 and state highway 31 as main traffic arteries. With the best school system in the state and lower property taxes than it's surrounding counties, it's easy to see why Williamson county is very popular. 

Published Sunday, December 09, 2012 11:00 AM by larry Brewer

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