Williamson County real estate sales increased 36% in September 2012 compared to September of 2011 with 355 closings. Williamson county homes sales increased 33% with 325 closings compared to 244 last year, and condo sales in Williamson county increased 76% with 30 closings. Franklin still dominates the sales in Williamson county with 142 closings followed by Brentwood with 55 and Spring Hill with 56.
- 325 Williamson county homes sold in September compared to 144 last September
- the average sales price was $385,539
- days on market is down to 73
- The average sales price of Brentwood homes sold was $540,360
- the sales price of Franklin homes sold was $400,544
- the price of Spring Hill homes sold was $235,771
- Nolensville homes sold for $346,137
- Thompsons Station homes sold for $254,187
The major reason for the continued population growth in Williamson county is the best schools in the state, low taxes, and an easy commute to Nashville
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(all data current as of 7/28/2014)
$404,990 : 2011 Heflin Lane, Franklin3 beds, 2 full, 1 part bathsListed with Goodall Homes and Communities
$318,805 : 7111 Triple Crown Lane - Lot 63, Fairview4 beds, 2 full, 1 part bathsListed with TJC Realty, LLC
$454,990 : 3003 Nine Bark Lane, Franklin5 beds, 4 full, 1 part bathsListed with Goodall Homes and Communities
$399,990 : 2017 Heflin Lane, Franklin3 beds, 2 full, 1 part bathsListed with Goodall Homes and Communities
$959,000 : 5198 Wildings Boulevard, College Grove4 beds, 4 full, 2 part bathsListed with Grove Realty, LLC
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