More homes for the holidays: Unusually active December residential real estate market saw some inventory increases; home sales and prices also continued to increase
November saw another unusually active residential real estate market in central Indiana; home sales and prices continue to increase - Market Watch Nov. 2021
“The increase in available inventory in some counties is providing additional opportunities for central Indiana residents looking to purchase a home,” said Jim Litten, CEO of F.C. Tucker Company. “However, we’re still experiencing a strong residential real estate seller’s market with home prices continuing to increase. I anticipate we’ll see this trend continue through the end of the year and into 2022.”
September residential real estate market continues its strong run.
Slight inventory increase fuels a boost in August home sales, price increase.
Historic lows for mortgage interest rates fuel dynamic seller’s market
Low mortgage interest rates and decreasing inventory continue to fuel active residential real estate market in June - Market Watch June 2021
Seller’s market shows no signs of slowing this summer
One full year after central Indiana real estate began to see
unprecedented activity, home prices continue their double-digit increase.
Central Indiana residential real estate market continued at a brisk pace in April - Market Watch April 2021
Low inventory continues driving home sales and prices
March’s residential real estate market “comes in like a lion” with increases in both home sales and prices - Market Watch March 2021
Low inventory continues to impact central Indiana housing prices
Residential real estate seller’s market alive and well in February
Inventory declines in central Indiana, fueling continued increase in home sale prices