Housing inventory drops nearly 50 percent as central Indiana’s residential real estate market experiences a dynamic month - Market Watch Aug. 2020
Monthly real estate stats from F.C. Tucker Company showed a dramatic decrease in housing inventory throughout central Indiana as part of a dynamic August 2020 residential real estate market:
April home sales decrease as home buyers continue to see less inventory and increased prices - Market Watch April 2020
April home sales decrease as home buyers continue to see
less inventory and increased prices.
CENTRAL INDIANA HOME PRICES CONTINUED TO INCREASE IN MARCH, EVEN WITH A SLIGHT DECREASE IN HOME SALES - Market Watch APRIL 2020
"Despite the financial uncertainties brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Central Indiana real estate market remained active in March,” said Jim Litten, CEO of F.C. Tucker Company. "Inventory continues to remain low, prompting a continued increase in home sale prices."
Central Indiana home sales soar 19.7 percent in February,
even as home prices continue to increase.
Central Indiana home sales start the new year strong – up 14.1 percent –
as prices continue to rise and inventory decreases
"The seller’s market was alive and well in central Indiana in September,” said Jim Litten, CEO of F.C. Tucker Company. “Homes continue to leave the market quickly due to increased buyer demand, and we anticipate the strong market to continue through the end of the year.”
"Sellers definitely felt some momentum in August,” said Jim Litten, CEO of F.C. Tucker Company. “Clearly, buyer demand is strong and with extremely low interest rates fueling more buying power, the market is poised to stay strong."
“Home inventory in Indiana remains tight, making it an ideal market for sellers" Market Watch July 2019
“Home inventory in Indiana remains tight, making it an ideal market for sellers,” said Jim Litten, CEO of F.C. Tucker Company. “However, a good selection of homes at varying price points exists, so homebuyers should not be deterred as they begin their housing search.”
Central Indiana home sales increase 6.5 percent in June
F.C. Tucker reports a decrease in inventory while home prices continue to rise