After a lackluster first quarter, Jefferson County home sales have not rebounded as many had hoped. May is the start of the “busy season” and these numbers do not paint a positive picture. Oldham performed better but we’re still a long way from a real estate recovery.
Below you’ll find our monthly reports for the following Louisville housing markets. These charts display Louisville home sales and Louisville median home values with a trend-line. You may view this Louisville real estate area map to see the MLS areas.
Monthly Reports: Period Ending May 2011
May was very disappointing for Area 2, especially on the transaction side with only 60 homes selling in the month compared to 105 during May 2010. Home values rebounded slightly from a poor showing in April.
Home values continue the downward slide dropping to the lowest level in many years. Investment opportunities may start to arise for portions of this MLS area as homeowners become desperate to sell and properties could be purchased at quite a bargain.
May was a bad month for an area that’s had a pretty good run lately. Sales dropped drastically and home values also fell further pushing the trend-line. Overall, property values are up big over this time last year.
Area 20 was the only winner in this month’s Market Watch as home sales surpassed the previous year after two down months. The median home price also moved higher which makes other homeowner’s in the area happy.
That’s it for this month! Please check back next month for more Louisville home sales charts.