Livingston Parish Home Sales Stats 2013 to 2016

Livingston Parish Home Sales Stats 2013 to 2016 and have Livingston Parish home sales price DECLINED since the flood? Prepare for home price spikes! From 2013 to 2016, Livingstonge home sales have generally increased from 1498 in 2013 to 1947 in 2016 or 30%. The median days on market or time it takes to sell a home has declined from 54 days to 31 days. And, after the flood, flooded-renovated homes are generally selling in under 10 days. Sold price per square foot has risen from $97 in 2013 to $106 in 2016. Includes Detached Single Family, Attached Single Family and Manufactured Housing     Have Livingston Parish home sales price DECLINED since the flood? Absolutely as median sales price declined from $165,000 to $156,000 since January 1 2016 because of the $40K to $100K sales prices of flooded-gutted homes. However, sales prices of flooded-renovated Western Livingston Parish homes would blow your mind. It’s as if today’s post-flood home buyers don’t have any context as to what homes were worth pre-flood…and some of the problems inside subdivisions like Shadow Springs. This is in part due to low inventory, not enough homes available to purchase, and lack of homes or apartments Continue reading Livingston Parish Home Sales Stats 2013 to 2016

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 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

Most Active Livingston Parish Neighborhoods In 2013 By Subdivision Name

Most Active Livingston Parish Neighborhoods In 2013 By Subdivision Name Actually, the most active Subdivision within Livingston Parish isn’t a subdivision but rather land on rural acreage, not in a… Baton Rouge Real Estate News‘s insight: Most Active Livingston Parish Neighborhoods In 2013 By Subdivision Name Most Active Livingston Parish Neighborhoods In 2013 By Subdivision Name Actually, the most active Subdivision within Livingston Parish isn’t a subdivision but rather land on rural acreage, not in a restricted subdivision.  Homes on rural tracts of land had 189 sales versus the second highest number of sales of 61 in Woodland Crossing Subdivision. The Days On Market (DOM) is actually quite long compared to the perception that 2013 was a “Hot Market”…. Read more http://www.batonrougehousingreports.com/2014/01/5079/ See on www.batonrougehousingreports.com

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