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Springhurst Home Sales Report: 2Q 2017

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Springhurst is in such a central location in Louisville, Kentucky that it’s close to everything you might need!

With the second quarter of 2017 in the books, now we can look and see how our Springhurst Louisville homes for sale report turned out. Well, these are sold properties, not home’s currently for sale. For those, head over to Homes for Sale in Springhurst.

But, if you would like to check out the state of real estate here in our Springhurst neighborhood, you’ve come to the right place. Let’s get started!

Charts of Springhurst real estate report through June 2017.

Not the best quarter I’ve ever seen but not the worst either.

Springhurst Home Sales

For 2Q 2017, there were just 9 homes sold in the Springhurst neighborhood of Louisville. Not a good look for what’s supposed to be a strong quarter.

Heck, we didn’t even beat Q1. Weak sauce! Looks like lots of Springhurst homeowners are content where they are.

Always remember, this report is only for homes that have sold, not are pending or canceled listings. When homeowners don’t sell their properties, this report doesn’t consider them as part of this calculation.

The average Cumulative Days on Market (cDOM) for this quarter was a super fast 30 days. That’s faster than our city as a whole.

If you are interested in learning what your Springhurst home is worth, please contact me and we can schedule a time for me to come by for a viewing.

Springhurst Home Values

The average sales price in the Springhurst neighborhood was $354,386 during 2Q 2017. This is a 7.2% increase from the same period last year.

Here are the values for our most recent quarter:

2Q 2017
Number of Homes Sold: 18
Average Sale Price: $354,386

If you have specific questions about Springhurst or any other Louisville neighborhood, I’m always happy to help!

Note: Our sample size, even for the whole quarter, is very, very small. Springhurst has a good number of less expensive, patio homes and condos. If more of those sell than the larger, single-family properties, then the average will invariably come down.

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