Thursday, March 21, 2013

Zionsville Market Sees 25.7 Percent Increase In Home Sales in 2012

Zionsville Indiana Real Estate Data Chart - January, 2013

The numbers don’t lie. The 2012 Zionsville real estate market took several steps in the right direction versus the previous year. A total of 531 homes were sold in 2012 compared to just 418 one year prior. On average, 44 closings were finalized each month, or 25.7 percent more, compared to just 35 per month for all of 2011. In another comparison, an average of 40 closings took place from October through December of 2012, or 37.9 percent more, versus an average of just 29 per month during this same 3-month period at the end of 2011. In all, there were 113 more homes sold in 2012 than in 2011.

Pending sales also trended in the right direction, as a total of 520 pending sales were reported for all of 2012 compared to a total of 4017 for all of 2011. An average of 43 pending sales were reported each month for all of 2012, or nearly 23 percent more, compared to the 2011 average of 35 per month. Looking at the last quarter of 2012, from October through December of 2012, there were on average 32 pending sales reported each month, or 14.3 percent more, versus an average of just 28 during this same quarter in 2011. In sum, a total of 103 more pending sales were reported during 2012 compared to 2011.

With most real estate markets in Central Indiana and nationwide suffering from an excess of inventory, it was good to see fewer Zionsville homes for sale in 2012. At year’s end a total of 3,038 homes had been put up for sale, 13.9 percent fewer, versus the 2011 total of 3,532. This equates to an average of 253 per month for 2012 compared to 294 per month for 2011. And of the 3,038 homes for sale in 2012, 685 were new listings. This represents an 8.2-percent reduction versus the 2011 total of 746 new listings. In all, there were 494 fewer homes on the Zionsville real estate market in 2012.

This report provided courtesy of msWoods.

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