For people into numbers, there are plenty of good stats coming out about Central Indiana’s real estate market. For people who aren’t into math, the key takeaway is that the nine-county Indianapolis-area real estate market is selling more homes than it has in years.
The Indianapolis Business Journal reports
that year-to-date home sales are nearly 20 percent ahead of the 2012
pace, and the average sale price is more than 5 percent up from last
year — through June the average sale price was $161k. Even high-end real
estate is increasing, as seven $1 million homes were sold in June.
June saw 2,637
purchase agreements on existing homes. Marion County
agreements are up 5.5 percent from last year, while Hamilton County saw
an 8.3 percent jump. If you are interested in more detailed information
about home sales in your neighborhood, please let me know.
An active market is a healthy market, so if you’re looking to buy a home, now is a good time to start.
Let me know if you’re ready to buy or sell a home in the Indianapolis
area, and we will work diligently to put you in the home of your