Home Prices Soar in Williamson County, TN (includes City of Franklin)
According to the Williamson County Association of Realtors, residential single-family median home prices increased to $490,000 in the month of March. This is up more than $10,000 from February’s median sales price of $479,446. There is a 1.7% increase prediction over the next year. The median list price is about $530,000.
Days On The Market Up in Williamson County, TN (includes City of Franklin)
According to the Williamson County Association of Realtors, the average Days-On-The-Market for single-family residential homes in Williamson County, TN (includes City of Franklin), rose slightly from 41 to 43.
In a recent article on Brentwood, the Williams County housing market is rapidly leaving pre-recession records behind. It shows that home prices are 84% higher than the state’s second most expensive county. Our job growth, great schools, and good reputation are what’s helping the rapid increase in home prices. Because of this, it put Tennessee in 16th place among states for home appreciation. The Williamson County number grew by 7% from 2015-2016 to give you some perspective on this 84% stuff.
Hot Cities in Williamson County
Some of the hottest cities remain Allisona, Arrington, Bethesda, College Grove, Eagleville, Fairview, Franklin, and Kingfield. Franklin had the most properties for sale at 850 and 96 for rent with the median list price of $599,000.
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