Home sales in Nashville continue their improvement, having now seen gains for 22 straight months.
For example, the Greater Nashville Association of Realtors recently reported 3,038 home closings in June, a 24 percent increase over the figure for June 2012.
The median price for a single-family home during May was $205,000, the first time ever that figure has been more than $200,000.
Through the first six months of the year, 14,859 homes area sold, compared to the 11,994 in 2012 — also an increase of 23.8 percent.
Inventory in June was about 16,576 homes, drop from the May number and a four-month supply given current sales rates. As inventory is dropping, the average time for a home to stay on the market is down to 73 days.
With these numbers as a backdrop, here are four recent sales at various price points.
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