According to data recently released from the Williamson County Association of REALTORS®, home sales in Williamson County exceeded 500 closings for the fourth straight month, increasing year-to-date numbers by a whopping 18.6%.
In all, nearly 570 homes were sold in the Williamson County area in August, breaking a previous sales record of 493 homes set back in 2005. As mentioned in a report from WCAR News Central, there were only two months during all of last year with more than 500 homes sold, further demonstrating hot the market has been not only in Nashville, but in many of its surrounding communities as well.
In addition to just the number of home sales, the median home price is also up 9% from last year’s figure of $380,000, making it the ninth straight month the median price in Williamson County exceeded $400,000.
In some of the county’s individual communities, the increase in median price is actually much more dramatic, with Fairview, TN showing a spike of roughly 40% from $173,769 to $243,990, and Thompson’s Station’s median price increasing by 31% from $257,900 to $339,116.