Williamson County Real Estate Statistics June 2015

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Well, June of 2015 was one of the busiest months ever in Williamson County.  Lots of sales.  We are getting lots of new neighbors.  Williamson County continues to be a popular place to live.

“You cannot overstate the value of a REALTOR® in these conditions. Sellers are juggling multiple offers and buyers are striving to find homes before they hit the market. REALTORS® are the all-stars of this market, helping buyers move in and sellers move up.”

There is a lot to coordinate with the busy market and the challenges that come with it.

We are seeing a resurgence of new construction in the area as well as resales selling. I think I mentioned in my last blog that I am buying new construction.  This new construction has helped with the inventory shortages we have seen in the resales.  Ask your REALTOR, or call me if you don’t have one, to show you new construction neighbors.  An experienced agent can bring a lot of value in new home construction purchases.  There are many things to consider in new construction that a REALTOR can help you with.

You can see the statistics for yourself at the Williamson County Association of REALTORS website. You can see the MidYear Statistics Here.



1 thought on “Williamson County Real Estate Statistics June 2015”

  1. Greetings,

    Great blog. I’m so glad the construction industry has picked up. Being a landscape contractor in the Nashville area , it’s a win-win for all of us here.

    I just wanted to add that when purchasing new construction or selling your existing home, be sure to consider what the outside landscaping of the house looks like as well as what the inside of the house looks like. A recent study by showed that landscaping and hardscaping can deliver a return on investment as high as 150 percent…wow!

    It’s a good idea when purchasing new construction, if possible, to consult an experienced landscape contractor before putting in foundation plantings. What we see time and time again is a beautiful plant going in the wrong place. For instance, we just had to take out a magnificent magnolia tree that was planted on the corner of a home. It was fine 10 years ago but now is totally out of scale and possibly damaging pipes. Unfortunately, we weren’t able to save the tree and it cost the homeowners money to fix a problem created by the builder.

    A consultation is also good for those wanting to sell their home. As the study showed, adding a fire pit, patio or outside kitchen makes potential buyers think that the inside is just as beautiful as the outside. This makes for a great first impression which we all know is so very important.

    For the full blog go to

    Thanks for the informative blog and have a great day!

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