February 2019 pended sales in Bartholomew County decreased by 17.3 percent over February 2018, while home prices increased by 5.8 percent to an average of just under $214,000. Monthly real estate stats from F.C. Tucker Company indicate a small decrease in homes sold, but higher sale prices and increased inventory.
Home prices in Jennings County dropped over the same period by 2.3 percent. The average sale price is just over $108,000. That, in spite of the fact that active listings in that county decreased by 22.5 percent.
Brown County home prices dropped 0.6 percent to an average of nearly $194,000.
Home prices in Decatur County were down 2.4 percent compared to February of 2018. The average sale price was just under $136,000.
Johnson County saw a considerable increase sale price over the same period. The average sale was nearly $214,000.
Home prices in Shelby County also increased. Prices were up 6.5 percent to an average of just over $147,000.
F.C. Tucker says 2019 pended home sales decreased 1.3 percent compared to February 2018 while the average year-to-date sale price for the 15 county Central Indiana region increased 6.7 percent to $206,941.