House Sales in Davidson & Williamson County During Virus
If you think the real estate market has slowed down or even died in Middle Tennessee during COVID-19, think again. You will be surprised at the MLS sold numbers for Davidson and Williamson Counties. Davidson County saw a slight reduction of homes sold in the last 6 weeks, right in the middle of the virus, from 1,921 homes sold to 1,683. The median price moved up in 2020 $32,000 over last year’s period of March 1, 2019, to April 20, 2019, for a median price of $328,000.
Williamson County is a similar story but house sales moved up from 708 in 2019 to 723 in 2020, again March 1 to April 20. House prices also moved up from $513,495 in 2019 to $534,025 in 2020 and with only 9 days on the market. That is a strong real estate market at any time, but during the peak of the coronavirus is simply amazing.