Richmond Place Denham Springs Home Prices Increasing in 2017

Bill Cobb Appraiser has released a Richmond Place Subdivision Denham Springs Watson Home Sales Update 2016-2017, Prices Increasing in 2017 Are Watson home values higher after the flood? At least in Richmond Place where it did not flood and those subdivisions competing with Richmond Place style and quality homes, they are higher. With low inventory, the 1998sf Evangeline Meridian PCC plan is listed at $189,900 with 2 pendings. There’s sort of this debate on Facebook about whether home prices are up post flood. To some extent they are, but this isn’t the same run up as the post Katrina market either. In this example comparing median sales price of $164,000 to current $175,950, that’s an increase of 7.2%. HOWEVER, see the chart below showing in May 2015, median sales prices were at $175,000 meaning this increase into 2017 is a recovering market. Have ALL Watson homes increased 7.2% since 12 months ago? I don’t know as it wouldn’t be a fair comparison to compare non-flooded subdivisions with flooded subdivisions. Only time and recovery will determine where prices go from here…and there’s almost no flooded-repaired sales in MLS to know yet.       Richmond Place Home Sales Trends 27 Sales Continue reading Richmond Place Denham Springs Home Prices Increasing in 2017

Livingston Parish 2016 Home Sales Stats By Subdivision Name

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 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

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...