The real estate market throughout Williamson County is red hot right now, and from January all the way to December of 2016, average home values in the area increased by more than $30,000.
If that’s not quite enough to pique your interest as a potential home seller, though, consider this: over the course of 2016, the average value of a home sold in Williamson County was over $436,000, or more than $242,000 higher than the national median home value right now.
In all, homes sold in 2016 in Williamson County have a combined value of over $2.4 billion, and with this particular part of Williamson County seeing some of the highest employment growth numbers of any large county in the U.S., the market is projected to stay red hot heading into the busy spring season, and likely even beyond that.
Even with home prices in the area on the rise, most industry experts still believe Williamson County offers a great value to potential home buyers. As just mentioned, job growth in the region is extremely strong right now, while great schools and plenty of community amenities and outdoor recreation nearby continue to make much of Williamson County appealing to today’s suburban home buyers.
And with inventory low and home builders struggling to keep up with demand, there’s hardly ever been a better time to sell than now.