TN July Home Sales Move Up, Median Price Continues Steady Rise, Active Listings Increase

Wednesday, August 21, 2019

There were 11,028 single-family home closings in Tennessee in July 2019, up +9.4 percent from 10,081 a year earlier, while the median price rose steadily and active listings jumped, according to data compiled by Tennessee Realtors, the state industry association; and the national association’s Realtors Property Resource.

In July the median single-family home sales price in Tennessee grew +6.8 percent (from $220,000 to $235,000), while active listings reached 66,447 (up +30.9 percent from 50,727). 

Meanwhile, Tennessee condominium sales in July were relatively flat from year to year (266 closings vs. 252); the median condo price rose +17.7 percent ($145,450 to $171,125); and active condo listings decreased -28 percent (864 to 621).

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Greater Dalton Habitat Receives Equipment Donation

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Greater Dalton Habitat for Humanity would like to thank local business man Terry Ross for donating a 14-ft. box truck, two Hyster forklifts and several pallets of flooring. "Terry has been ... (click for more)

Chattanooga's Million Dollar homes, reflected in recent transactions, include: 4504 Eyrie Way, Birchwood 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 4,498 square feet, has 350 feet of river frontage Sale ... (click for more)

NOTICE: The Hamilton County Register’s Office did not publish this data. All information in the Register’s Office is public information as set out in T.C.A. 10-7-503. For questions regarding ... (click for more)



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Greater Dalton Habitat for Humanity would like to thank local business man Terry Ross for donating a 14-ft. box truck, two Hyster forklifts and several pallets of flooring. "Terry has been a supporter of Habitat for several years, and we truly appreciate him helping us to build more homes and hope," officials said. "These donations will help the Habitat ReStore tremendously. ... (click for more)

Chattanooga's Million Dollar Homes

Chattanooga's Million Dollar homes, reflected in recent transactions, include: 4504 Eyrie Way, Birchwood 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 4,498 square feet, has 350 feet of river frontage Sale was to Phillip E. Bacon Jr. and Cindy G. Bacon from Richard and Scarlet R. Howard. $1,085,000 3036 Rivermont Road 3 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, 3,685 square feet Sale was to Joseph W. ... (click for more)

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