August 2018 Yr.-to-Yr. Home Sales Steady, Prices Up, Inventory Down in Tennessee
Home Sales +0.4%, Price +8.1%, Inventory -8.1%
There were 8,123 single-family home closings in Tennessee in August 2018, up 39 from a year earlier (+0.4 percent), while the median price ticked up +8.1% and available homes continued to tighten at a slower rate than previous months (also +8.1%), according to data compiled by Tennessee REALTORS®.
Sales of single-family homes were flat, from 8,084 closings to 8,123, the median price grew from $215,000 to $232,500, and available inventory fell from 25,008 to 22,986 from August 2017.
Condo sales held steady, -0.1 percent (671 closings to 663), while the median condo price rose +1 percent ($187,900 to $190,000), and condo inventory was stable at -0.5 percent (1,636 to 1,627) over August 2017.
The tables below summarize Tennessee’s August 2018 data:
|SALES||Aug 2017||Aug 2018||Change|
|MEDIAN PRICE||Aug 2017||Aug 2018||Change|
|INVENTORY||Aug 2017||Aug 2018||Change|
This chart breaks down August 2018 market data by the state’s three Grand Divisions (Western, Middle, Eastern):
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