Our seller has married, needs to relocate and has to sell! This turn of the century farm house has had a number of updates (see the pictures) including the kitchen, living room and Master Bedroom Suite. But there are still several rooms that need to be updated. The possibilities are endless. The home is being sold with additional property (8979 0904) for a grand total of more than 3.3 acres of land. All for the list price on this property.
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The dust has settled and Louisville Home Sale numbers for July 2012 are official! Spurred on by record low interest rates and even lower home sale prices Louisville Homes going under contract last month outpaced July 2011 by almost 29 percent. The number of homes closing was up by 19.44 percent.
Average home selling prices were down $2000 from a year before to $177,871 helped assure buyers they were getting a great deal. Interest rates hovering down in the 3.5 percent range helped convince buyers monthly mortgage payments would be low.
The good news for Louisville home sellers is that the worst may be over. Naturally no one can forecast the future, but unless the European economy completely collapses, home sale prices appear to have bottomed out. If the national economic forecasts are correct, home prices should slowly start to increase in 2013.
Savvy Louisville home buyers are hearing the news reports of a possible increase in housing price next year, along with rumors interest rates will rise after the Presidential elections and they are turning to Realtors to get a perspective on the best areas for housing prices.
By the end of July 2012 Our Medley Sokoler team had sold and closed more homes than all of 2011. As of this writing...