Williamson County Home Sales Up 26 Percent in July- Just in case you didn’t get the message, Williamson county real estate have been recovering at a fairly rapid pace, seemingly ignoring the problems that the rest of the country is having. I’ve been saying that Franklin and Brentwood home prices have been on the rise for months, and now the volume is starting to intensify. It’s all good for sellers, but the buyers who have been waiting for another drop in prices have just missed the boat.
- 337 Williamson county homes sold in July compared to 267 in July of 2010
- the average days on market for Williamson county homes is 89 days
- the average price of homes sold in Williamson county is $384,267
- 146 Franklin homes closed in the month of July at an average price of $377,294
- 85 Brentwood homes closed in July at an average price of $559,339
- 45 Spring Hill homes closed at an average price of $227,630
- 26 Nolensville homes closed at an average price of $337,206
- 20 Thompsons Station homes closed at an average price of $209,241
- 11 Fairview homes closed at an average price of $172,427
Williamson county homes sales are more active than most of the state and country, and with ever shrinking inventory, I expect the prices to rise with consumer demand. With fantastic Williamson county schools, low property taxes, an easy commute to downtown Nashville and the international airport, fantastic shopping and dining at the Cool Springs mall, exceptional parks and recreation, and just a great quality of life, Williamson county has a home for everyone.
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(all data current as of 2/5/2023)
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