Livingston Parish 2016 Home Sales Stats By Subdivision Name, A Suburb of Baton Rouge. Study includes all residential sales for all types of single family properies in 2016. Study by Bill Cobb Appraiser 225-293-1500 and http://www.denhamspringsappraisers.com Overall in 2016, Livingston Parish real estate experienced a good year with lower inventory forcing increasing prices…until the Great Flood, see chart below. In November 2015, the median sales price was $163,000 which peaked in August at $184,000 only the slide down to $155,000 in November 2016. I believe this correction in home prices could last longer than surrounding Parishes because Livingston was so hard hit by the Great Flood. And, as the experts have stated, it could take up to two years for flood damaged inventory to be repaired and absorbed back into this market. Livingston Parish 2016 Median Home Solds Prices Chart Source: Based on data used with permission of the Greater Baton Rouge Association of REALTORS / MLS from 11/1/2015 to 11/30/2016, extracted on 12/30/2016. Here’s the list of Livingston Parish subdivisions experiencing home sales in 2016, as provided and defined by Greater Baton Rouge Association of REALTORS, along with the statistics of these sales. Pecan Creek Subdivision Correction: A manual Continue reading Livingston Parish 2016 Home Sales Stats By Subdivision Name
Carter Hills subdivision in Denham Springs home sales trends are listed below as a result of research for a 2016 home appraisal. May 2015 to June 2016 Home Sales Trends Nine Sales from $147,000 to $194,000 Median Sales Price $168,000 Median Sold Price Per Sq. Ft.:$121/sf Average Sold Price: $169,888 Average Sold Price Per Sq. Ft.:$119/sf Homes Sold From $106/sf to $127/sf Average SP/LP% 98% Average Days On Market: 53 Days Average Home Is 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, 1,431sf The “Average SP/LP% 98%” or Listing To Sales Price Ratio means the average home sold for 2% less than listing price. Based on information from Greater Baton Rouge Association of REALTORS®\MLS for period 05/01/2015 to 06/01/2016, extracted on 06/01/2016 by Bill Cobb Appraiser 225-293-1500 http://www.denhamspringsappraisers.com/
Denham Springs Home Appraiser: What Are Most Popular Selling Livingston Parish Subdivisions? The chart below shows those subdivisions with the most home sales since January 1, 2011. The subject with the most home sales was not a subdivision at all but rural acreage tract, 260 sales. Chart includes at least 5 sales and filters down to most home sales. SUBDIVISION Avg Sold $ Med Sold $ Avg $/Sqft Avg SP/OLP Avg DOM # Listings COUNTRY CROSSING $268,217 $252,000 $105 95 204 5 DRIFTWOOD ESTATES $138,000 $132,500 $94 93 133 5 EAGLE RIDGE ESTATES $126,540 $123,950 $81 93 84 5 ESTELLE ESTATES $212,489 $216,950 $115 102 156 5 FAIRWAY VIEW SUBD $107,100 $111,250 $83 91 172 5 MONTROSE $137,961 $109,353 $86 91 93 5 OTTS COVE $136,420 $136,000 $95 91 119 5 RIVER HIGHLANDS $331,100 $331,500 $137 88 182 5 SOUTH WOODCREST $95,780 $100,000 $82 87 140 5 WISTERIA PLACE $138,600 $141,450 $81 92 91 5 WYNDHAM ESTATES $192,700 $192,000 $117 99 226 5 ACADIAN TRACE $153,841 $157,323 $96 86 278 6 BEAU CHENE $122,233 $122,950 $89 95 146 6 DEER CROSSING $133,983 $133,600 $101 98 154 6 DENHAM ESTATES $158,900 $187,500 $94 95 103 6 GDNS AT CROSS CRK $152,450 Continue reading Denham Springs Home Appraiser: What Are Most Popular Selling Livingston Parish Subdivisions?
http://www.batonrougerealestatetrends.net/ – 2010 Comprehensive Greater Baton Rouge Foreclosure Numbers and Charts Released East Baton Rouge Foreclosure Trends: East Baton Rouge 2009 2010 Foreclosure Sales Numbers! 2010 Foreclosures total 12% of sales YTD; 2009 Foreclosures totaled 11%. 7% of all EBR MLS Listings are Foreclosures! Foreclosures are negatively impacting this market. Where Are The 2010 East Baton Rouge Foreclosures Concentrated? AREA 11 FORECLOSURES, Primarily Baker. In Area 11 in 2010, there have been 33 solds in Baker and 13 in Zachary. In 2009 and 2010, the Baker market has experienced a significant amount of fore closure activity as it was one of the markets where real estate investors flipped houses at high prices to post Hurricane Katrina buyers. Fore closure activity is cyclical in the Baker market, just as it is in the other troubled lower priced markets in Areas 31, 41 and 53. So, the fact that Baker is a higher than average REO market is no surprise to this appraiser. In Baker, the subdivisions experiencing the higher percentage of fore closure sales were Baker Estates, Baker Heights, Baker Hills, Baker Lots & Acres and Brown Heights. In Zachary, the subdivisions experiencing the higher percentage of fore closure sales Continue reading 2010 Comprehensive Greater Baton Rouge Foreclosure Numbers And Charts Released
Where Are The 2010 Livingston Parish Foreclosures Taking Place? Livingston Parish Fore closure Trends: 2009 2010 Foreclosure Sales Numbers! 2010 Foreclosures total 13% of sales YTD; 2009 Foreclosures totaled 9%, an increase of +2% since 2009. 7% of all Livingston MLS Listings are Foreclosures! Foreclosures are negatively impacting this market. Where Are The Foreclosures Most Concentrated? The chart below represents the number of recorded Livingston Parish REO or Foreclosure Sales within the Greater Baton Rouge MLS (Multiple Listing Service), with the exception of Manufactured Housing sales. Greater Baton Rouge MLS Areas for Livingston Parish are 80, 81, 82 and 83. AREA 80 2010 FORECLOSURES. In Area 80 in 2010, there have been 17 solds. The vast majority of these foreclosure solds were “Rural” properties and 3 in Three Rivers Island. AREA 81 2010 FORECLOSURES. In Area 81 in 2010, there have been 51 solds. These foreclosures were concentrated in Acadiana Place, Easterly Lakes, Gravesbriar, Hidden Oaks Condos, Linda Lee, Richmond Place, Watson Little Farms, Wisteria Place and Wolf Creek Place. Wisteria Place is no surprise to this appraiser for a development which has experienced marketing challenges since the beginning. AREA 82 2010 FORECLOSURES. In Area 82 in 2010, there have Continue reading Where Are The 2010 Livingston Parish Foreclosures Taking Place?