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Homes for Sale in Westfield IN under $250,000

Posted in Carmel/Westfield Neighborhoods on April 9th, 2012 by Anna Stout – Be the first to comment

As of 2011, the median price of homes for sale inWestfield, IN¸ was $199,900. While $200,000 does not go far in larger East and West coast cities, buyers looking for homes for sale inWestfield,IN, can find large homes with many amenities within that budget. Home values inWestfield,INvary based on location within the city, home condition and other factors, as with any other real estate market.

Looking at recent homes for sale inWestfield,IN, priced $200,000 and under, typically the closer to the $200,000 mark the home is, the more amenities that home has and the larger the home is. Homes for sale inWestfield,IN, under $200,000 have three or four bedrooms, with the majority of homes in that price range offering three bedrooms. The number of bathrooms range from one to two, with most homes having two baths. The square footage also varies, from just over 1,000 square feet for homes lower on the price spectrum. Most of the homes fall in between 1,700 and 2,000 square feet. A handful of homes for sale inWestfield,IN, toward the top of this price range have 3,000 square feet or more.

Amenities offered in homes for sale in Westfield, IN, also vary from home to home but typically include two or three-car attached garages, basements, master suites, laundry rooms, fireplaces and other upgrades like hardwood floors, granite counters, neutral paint colors and updated fixtures.

Those homes for sale inWestfield,IN, under $200,000 are located throughout the city, from the quaint downtown area to one of the many subdivisions in the area. Some homes for sale inWestfield,IN, can be found in more rural areas with more acreage. Those homes located in subdivisions also have access to neighborhood amenities like swimming pools, playgrounds, common areas and walking trails. And all homes for sale inWestfield,IN, under $200,000 offer buyers an up-and-coming school district, myriad of shopping and dining options and easy access to downtownIndianapolis.

 

 

 

Central Indiana home sales up nearly 8 percent in December

Posted in Central Indiana Market Watch on January 18th, 2012 by Anna Stout – Be the first to comment

Inventory tightens by 18.4 percent, while sales prices are up year-to-date over 2010

 INDIANAPOLIS– More than 1,200 homes pended in December, with all but three Central Indianac ounties reporting increased sales compared to the same time period last year, according to statistics compiled by F.C. Tucker Company. Overall, December 2011 pended home sales rose 7.9 percent over December 2010, an increase of 93 homes sold in the nine counties that F.C. Tucker tracks.

In December,ShelbyCountysaw the largest increase in pended home sales which spiked 50 percent, raising the number of pended home sales to 39 from 26 in December 2010. Morgan and Hendricks counties also experienced increases of 33.3 percent and 19.8 percent over December 2010, respectively. Home sales declined in Madison, Boone and Johnson counties.

Available homes for sale in the nine-county region dropped 18.4 percent in December 2011 with 11,914 homes on the market, 2,681 fewer than in December 2010. All nine Central Indiana counties experienced varying inventory declines withJohnsonCountyexperiencing the greatest decrease in inventory at 25.4 percent.MorganCounty’s inventory was the most stable, down just 3.6 percent.

“Listing inventory continues to fall while home sales prices inch up – all signs that the recovery mode continues acrossCentral Indiana,” said Jim Litten, president of F.C. Tucker Company. “We expect this positive movement to continue into the first half of 2012 as well.”

Overall, sales prices for the nine-countyCentral Indianaarea increased by 0.8 percent. Tucker’s data indicates that four counties experienced slightly higher home sales prices than in December 2010. Year-to-date, Madison County led the way with a 2.1 percent increase in home sales prices, while Hamilton, Johnson and Hancock counties also reported gains.ShelbyCountysaw the largest decline of 3.3 percent. Hendricks, Morgan, Boone and Marion counties also experienced modest decreases. The average year-to-date sales price for a home in the nine-county area was $151,555. Of the pended homes in the region last month, 19 were priced $500,000 or more; 75 were priced $300,000 to $499,999; and 1,176 were priced at $299,999 or less.

 

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Pended single-family and condominium home sales

Active Listings – Inventory

Average Sale Price

 

 

Pended single-family and condominium home sales

 

County

Dec-10

Dec-11

Dec-10 vs. Dec-11            % Change Jan. to Dec. 2010 vs. Jan. to Dec. 2011% Change

Boone

44

42

-4.5%

8.3%

Hamilton

219

222

1.4%

2.0%

Hancock

42

47

11.9%

10.1%

Hendricks

96

115

19.8%

6.9%

Johnson

109

107

-1.8%

-0.3%

Madison

74

62

-16.2%

-0.4%

Marion

537

596

11.0%

-2.2%

Morgan

30

40

33.3%

2.2%

Shelby

26

39

50.0%

9.6%

TOTAL

1,177

1,270

7.9%

0.9%

Active Listings – Inventory

 

COUNTY

Dec-10

Dec-11

% Change from Prior Year

Boone

537

498

-7.3%

Hamilton

2,585

2,105

-18.6%

Hancock

565

479

-15.2%

Hendricks

1,192

1,046

-12.2%

Johnson

1,150

858

-25.4%

Madison

931

770

-17.3%

Marion

6,810

5,410

-20.6%

Morgan

496

478

-3.6%

Shelby

329

270

-17.9%

TOTAL

14,595

11,914

-18.4%

  

Average Sale Price

 

County

YTD December 2010

YTD

December 2011

% Change

Boone

$236,325

$232,966

-1.4%

Hamilton

$243,383

$247,454

1.7%

Hancock

$137,626

$137,773

0.1%

Hendricks

$161,479

$156,501

-3.1%

Johnson

$143,647

$145,434

1.2%

Madison

$74,311

$75,883

2.1%

Marion

$114,672

$114,441

-0.2%

Morgan

$130,255

$127,404

-2.2%

Shelby

$99,512

$96,218

-3.3%

AVERAGE SALES PRICE

$150,306

$151,555

0.8%

# # # 

Editor’s Note: All statistics were compiled by F.C. Tucker Company from a report drawn from Propertylinx statistics on January 7, 2012. Pending means the sales contract has been signed, but the transaction has not closed. According to the NAR, pending sales typically are finalized within a month or two of signing.

 

With more than $2.1 billion in annual sales, F.C. Tucker Company is Indiana’s largest independently owned comprehensive real estate firm with more than 40 offices and more than 1,300 sales associates throughout Indiana and select markets in Kentucky. Less than one percent of all real estate firms have the longevity of F.C. Tucker. Founded in 1918, the company’s family of businesses includes a full range of real estate services—mortgages, title insurance, relocation services, a full line of insurance products, auctioning and homeowner warranty products. F.C. Tucker has earned a reputation for its exceptional service, experienced sales associates and “Golden Rule” commitment to its clients and employees.

 

 

 

 

Homes for Sale in Indiana

Posted in Central Indiana Market Watch on November 10th, 2011 by Anna Stout – Be the first to comment


Central Indiana home sales up nearly 12 percent in October

Inventory tightens by 12.6 percent, while sales prices are up year-to-date over 2010 

INDIANAPOLIS – More than 1,500 homes pended in October, with all but four Central Indiana counties reporting increased sales compared to the same time period last year, according to statistics compiled by F.C. Tucker Company. Overall, October 2011 pended home sales rose 11.8 percent over October 2010, an increase of 163 homes sold in the nine counties that F.C. Tucker tracks.

In October, Madison County saw the largest increase in pended home sales which spiked 113.5 percent, doubling the number of pended home sales to 111 from 52 in October 2010. Hancock and Hendricks counties also experienced increases of 47.7 percent and 33.6 percent over October 2010, respectively. Home sales declined slightly in four counties: Boone, Hamilton, Johnson and Morgan.

Available homes for sale in the nine-county region dropped 12.6 percent in October 2011 with 13,972 homes on the market, 2,019 fewer than in October 2010. All nine Central Indiana counties experienced varying inventory declines with Johnson County experiencing the greatest decrease in inventory at 19.9 percent. Hancock County’s inventory was the most stable, down just 4 percent.

Overall, sales prices for the nine-county Central Indiana area increased by 1.4 percent. Tucker’s data indicates that six counties experienced slightly higher home sales prices than in October 2010. Year-to-date, Madison County led the way with a 2.8 percent increase in home sales prices, while Hamilton, Hancock, Johnson, Marion and Shelby counties also reported gains. Hendricks County saw the largest decline of 2.5 percent. Morgan and Boone counties also experienced decreases of 1 and 0.3 percent, respectively. The average year-to-date sales price for a home in the nine-county area was $152,371. Of the pended homes in the region last month, 40 were priced $500,000 or more; 100 were priced $300,000 to $499,999; and 1,401 were priced at $299,999 or less.

“An increase in sales prices and tightening inventory are both signs of a stabilizing housing market,” said Jim Litten, president of F.C. Tucker Company. “Much of the positive movement that we are seeing is due, in part, to historically low mortgage rates.”

Pended single-family and condominium home sales 

County

Oct-10

Oct-11

Oct-10 vs. Oct-11            % Change Jan. to Oct. 2010 vs. Jan.    to Oct. 2011% Change

Boone

61

59

-3.3%

6.7%

Hamilton

297

273

-8.1%

-0.5%

Hancock

44

65

47.7%

9.0%

Hendricks

107

143

33.6%

6.7%

Johnson

111

100

-9.9%

-2.5%

Madison

52

111

113.5%

0.4%

Marion

617

699

13.3%

-4.6%

Morgan

58

50

-13.8%

-1.1%

Shelby

31

41

32.3%

2.8%

TOTAL

1,378

1,541

11.8%

-1.2%

Active Listings – Inventory

 

COUNTY

Oct-10

Oct-11

% Change from Prior Year

Boone

590

566

-4.1%

Hamilton

2,875

2,593

-9.8%

Hancock

599

575

-4.0%

Hendricks

1,327

1,188

-10.5 %

Johnson

1,278

1,024

-19.9%

Madison

962

821

-14.7%

Marion

7,418

6,344

-14.5%

Morgan

583

544

-6.7%

Shelby

359

317

-11.7%

Total

15,991

13,972

-12.6%

  

Average Sale Price 

County

YTD October 2010

YTD

October 2011

% Change

Boone

$237,174

$236,417

-0.3%

Hamilton

$244,698

$246,426

0.7%

Hancock

$137,324

$139,969

1.9%

Hendricks

$161,237

$157,187

-2.5%

Johnson

$142,935

$145,888

2.1%

Madison

$74,158

$76,241

2.8%

Marion

$114,801

$115,101

0.3%

Morgan

$130,389

$129,099

-1.0%

Shelby

$97,836

$98,262

0.4%

Average Sales Price

$150,333

$152,371

1.4%

 

# # #Editor’s Note: All statistics were compiled by F.C. Tucker Company from a report drawn from Propertylinx statistics on November 7, 2011. Pending means the sales contract has been signed, but the transaction has not closed. According to the NAR, pending sales typically are finalized within a month or two of signing.

 With more than $2.1 billion in annual sales, F.C. Tucker Company is Indiana’s largest independently owned comprehensive real estate firm with more than 40 offices and more than 1,300 sales associates throughout Indiana and select markets in Kentucky. Less than one percent of all real estate firms have the longevity of F.C. Tucker. Founded in 1918, the company’s family of businesses includes a full range of real estate services—mortgages, title insurance, relocation services, a full line of insurance products, auctioning and homeowner warranty products. F.C. Tucker has earned a reputation for its exceptional service, experienced sales associates and “Golden Rule” commitment to its clients and employees.

 

 

 

 

Homes for Sale in Carmel by Subdivision

Posted in Carmel/Westfield Neighborhoods on November 9th, 2011 by Anna Stout – Be the first to comment

Aberdeen Bend

Abney Glen

Ashbrooke

Ashbury Park

Ashmore Trace

Ashton

Auman

Autumn Lake

Avian Glen

Bainbridge

Ballantrae

Bayhill

Beacon Point

Bella Terra

Bellewood

Blue Creek Woods

Bramblewood

Brentwood

Briar Creek

Briar Lane Estates

Briarstone

Bridgewater

Bridgewater Commons

Bridgewater Springs

Bridlebourne

Bridlewood

Brighton Woods

Brooks Bend

Brooks Landing

Brookshire

Brookshire North

Brookshire Pines

Brookshire Village

Brookstone Park

Buckhorn Estates

Camden Walk

Carmel Meadows

Carmel Pointe

Carmel Station

Carmel Town

Carmel Village

Carmelaire

Carolina Commons

Carrington Woods

Cass Estates

Cedar Point

Chateaux DeMoulin

Chapmans Claim

Cherry Creek Estates

Cheswick Place

Claridge Farm

Claybourne

Claybridge

Clay Estates

Concord Village

Cool Creek Estates

Cool Creek North

Coppergate

Copperwood at Wellingshire

Country Meadow

Crooked Stick

D Wilkinson

Delaware Trace

Eden Estates

Eden Forest

Eden Park

Eden Village

Eden Woods

Emerald Crest at Hazel Dell

Enclave of Carmel

English Oaks

Estates of Clay West

Fairgreen Trace

Forest Manor

Foster Estates

Foster Grove

Foster Ridge

Glen Oaks

Glenwood

Guilford Park

Guilford Reserve

Harrowgate

Haverstick

Hayden Run Meadows

Hunters Creek

Huntersfield

Hunter’s Glen

Hunters Knoll

Huntersfield

Huntington Chase Sutton

Johnson Acres

Jordan Woods

Keystone Woods

Kings Mill

Kingsborough

Kingswood

Lake Forest

Lakes at Hazel Dell

Lakes at Towne Road

Laura Vista

Laurel Lakes

Laurelwood

Lenox Trace

Long Branch Estates

Lost Oaks At Haverstick

Lynnwood

Maples of Carmel

Meridian Highlands

Moffit Farm

Mohawk Crossing

Monon Farms

Northwood Hills

Overture

Park at Weston Place

Park Meadows

Parkside Village

Pembroke Place

Plum Creek

Ponds West

Providence at Meridian

Ridge at Hayden Run

Roher Woods

Roher Meadows

Saddlebrook

Saddle Creek

Setters Run

Settlers Ridge

Shadow Lakes

Shelborne Green

Shelbourne Estates

Smokey Knoll

Smokey Ridge

Southlake

Spring Arbor

Spring Creek

Spring Farms

Spring Lake Estates

Springmill Crossing

Springmill Place

Springmill Ponds

Springmill Ridge

Springmill Streams

Stanford Park

Stone Haven at Haverstick

Stonehedge Estates

Stonewick

Summerlakes

Sycamore Farms

Taylor Trace

The Commons at City Central

The Townes at Guilford

The Village of West Clay

The Woodlands

Timber Creek

Timber Crest Bend

Townhomes at Providence

Traditions on the Monon

Trails at Avian Glen

Treesdale

Valleybrook

Village at Weston Place

Village Farms

Village of Mt Carmel

Village of Weston Place

Waterford

Waterwood

Wedgewood

Westfield Farms

Weston Place

Westpark

Westwood Estates

Wexley Chase

Wildwood Estates

Williams Mill

Williamson Run

Wilson Village

Windemere

Windpointe

Windsor Grove

Wood Creek

Woods at Williams Creek

 Woodfield

Woodgate

Woodland Green

Woodland Springs

Yorktown Woods

Carmel Third Qtr Sales Report

Posted in Carmel Market Update on October 7th, 2011 by Anna Stout – Be the first to comment

Carmel IN Home sales seem to indicate that the market is stabilizing when you compare third quarter sales of this year to the same time period last year. Over four hundred properties sold in the third quarter of 2011, compared to 342 sales in 2010. The average sales price decreased slightly, from $353,144 to $339,007.  However, the average list to sales price for both periods was around 95%, which is fairly good news for Sellers. Sales turnaround time increased slightly from 87 days on the market in 2010 to 94 days in 2011. The good news is inventory is still moving at a relatively steady pace.

 

Carmel Real Estate Statistics—

3nd Quarter 2010 vs. 3nd Quarter 2011

  3nd Quarter 2010 3nd Quarter 2011 % Change
Sold listings 342 410 20%
Average Sales Price $353,144 $339,007 -4%
Low Sales Price $43,955 $44,000 -.1%
High Sales Price $1,900,000 $1,560,000 -18%
Average Days on Market 87 94 8%
 

 

 

Source: MIBOR, July – September 2010 and July – September  2011

 

* This information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed.

 

 

Carmel IN homes for sale

Posted in Home Page Slider on September 24th, 2011 by Anna Stout – Be the first to comment

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Carmel IN Zip Codes 46032 – New Homes for Sale

Posted in Carmel IN zip codes on September 11th, 2011 by Anna Stout – Be the first to comment

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Indianapolis Real Estate – June Update

Posted in Central Indiana Market Watch on July 25th, 2011 by Anna Stout – Be the first to comment


Central Indiana home sales up 16 percent in June

Inventory continues to tighten, while sales prices are up year-to-date over 2010 

INDIANAPOLIS– Nearly 2,000 homes pended in June, with all but two centralIndianacounties reporting increased sales compared to the same time period last year, according to sales statistics compiled by F.C. Tucker Company. Overall, June 2011 pended home sales rose more than 16 percent over June 2010, an increase of 273 homes sold.

The largest increases in pended home sales in June were seen in Hancock and Madison counties with 34 and 32.5 percent increases over June 2010, respectively. Shelby and Boone counties saw decreases in pended home sales over June 2010 with 18.2 and 8.2 percent declines, respectively. Overall, homes sales are down year-to-date by 9 percent, as the market continues to adjust after last year’s homebuyer tax credit, which encouraged first-time home buyers to buy before April 30, 2010.

“We are continuing to see the housing market in centralIndianastabilize,” said Jim Litten, president of F.C. Tucker Company. “June’s home sales increase of 16 percent has shrunk the year-to-date decline over 2010 to 9 percent. As this trend continues, I predict we’ll end the year in the positive.”

Available homes for sale in the nine-county region dropped 7.5 percent in June 2011 with 15,722 homes on the market, 1,274 fewer than in June 2010. Seven counties experienced inventory declines withMarionCountyexperiencing the greatest decrease in inventory at 11.5 percent, followed by Madison and Johnson counties with 8 and 6.7 percent decreases, respectively.ShelbyCounty’s inventory increased by 2.5 percent andHancockCounty’s increased by 0.3 percent.

Overall, sales prices for the nine-county centralIndianaarea increased by 0.5 percent. Tucker’s data indicates that four counties experienced higher home sales prices than in June 2010, year-to-date.HancockCountyled the way with a 7.2 percent increase in home sales prices year-to-date, while Shelby, Hamilton and Johnson also saw increases in home sales prices. Morgan and Boone counties experienced the biggest drop in home sales prices with 6.5 and 1.9 decreases, respectively. The average year-to-date sales price for a home in the nine-county area was $148,030. Of the pended homes in the region last month, 62 were priced $500,000 or more; 179 were priced $300,000 to $499,999; and 1,726 were priced at $299,999 or less.

Quick Links:

Pended single-family and condominium home sales

Active Listings – Inventory

Average Sale Price

 

Pended single-family and condominium home sales

 

County

Jun-10

Jun-11

Month-to-Month             % Change Year-to-date       % Change
Boone

73

67

-8.2%

-3.0%

Hamilton

328

402

22.6%

-5.8%

Hancock

53

71

34.0%

-2.3%

Hendricks

151

176

16.6%

-2.9%

Johnson

131

153

16.8%

-12.4%

Madison

83

110

32.5%

-5.2%

Marion

781

886

13.4%

-12.7%

Morgan

61

75

23.0%

-8.3%

Shelby

33

27

-18.2%

0.5%

TOTAL

1,694

1,967

16.1%

-9.0%

Active Listings – Inventory

 

COUNTY

Jun-10

Jun-11

% Change from Prior Year

Boone

655

620

-5.3%

Hamilton

3,072

2,924

-4.8%

Hancock

637

639

0.3%

Hendricks

1,374

1,372

-0.1%

Johnson

1,317

1,229

-6.7%

Madison

961

884

-8.0%

Marion

8,002

7,093

-11.5%

Morgan

619

603

-2.6%

Shelby

359

368

2.5%

Total

16,996

15,722

-7.5%

 

 Average Sale Price

 

County

YTD June 2010

YTD June 2011

% Change

Boone

$234,674

$230,229

-1.90%

Hamilton

$235,484

$238,542

1.30%

Hancock

$135,753

$145,492

7.20%

Hendricks

$160,699

$155,777

-3.10%

Johnson

$141,004

$141,395

0.30%

Madison

$73,743

$72,439

-1.80%

Marion

$114,350

$112,520

-1.60%

Morgan

$130,343

$121,885

-6.50%

Shelby

$94,144

$96,767

2.80%

Average Sales Price

$147,257

$148,030

0.50%

 

# # # Editor’s Note: All statistics were compiled by F.C. Tucker Company from a report drawn from Propertylinx statistics on May 10, 2011. Pending means the sales contract has been signed, but the transaction has not closed. According to the NAR, pending sales typically are finalized within a month or two of signing. 

With more than $2.2 billion in annual sales, F.C. Tucker Company is Indiana’s largest independently owned comprehensive real estate firm with 45 offices and more than 1,300 sales associates throughout Indiana and select markets in Kentucky. Less than one percent of all real estate firms have the longevity of F.C. Tucker. Founded in 1918, the company’s family of businesses includes a full range of real estate services—mortgages, title insurance, relocation services, a full line of insurance products, auctioning and homeowner warranty products. F.C. Tucker has earned a reputation for its exceptional service, experienced sales associates and “Golden Rule” commitment to its clients and employees.

 

Carmel IN – 2nd Qtr- 2011

Posted in Carmel Market Update on July 19th, 2011 by Anna Stout – Be the first to comment

Looking at the numbers from the second quarter (April through June) of 2010 to the second quarter of 2011, the Carmel real estate market has made improvements in some areas. More homes were listed in 2011, with 621 listed during those months in 2010, compared to 646 listed in 2011. The average sales price increased, from $310, 387 to $318, 444, indicating a stable market and stable home prices, good news for the area. The market also took some downturns in some areas with the number of homes selling dropping to 344 from 389 homes sold in 2010. Homes took two weeks longer to sell on average during the second quarter of 2011, with the average days on market increasing to 94 up from 80.

 

Carmel Real Estate Statistics—2nd Quarter 2010 vs. 2nd Quarter 2011
2nd Quarter 2010 2nd Quarter 2011 % Change
Listed Homes 621 646 4%
Sold listings 389 344 -13%
Average Sales Price $310,387 $318,444 3%
Low Sales Price $65,000 $42,500 -35%
High Sales Price $1,700,000 $1,700,000 0%
Average Days on Market 80 94 18%

Source: MIBOR, April-June 2010 and April-June 2011

 

* This information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed.

 

 

Carmel-Westfield Home sales – First Quarter 2011

Posted in Carmel Market Update, Westfield Market Update on April 8th, 2011 by Anna Stout – 1 Comment

Currently there are 846 homes on the market in Carmel IN.; 223 homes sold, during the first quarter ranging from $998,000-$60,000 and 122 pended. Pended sales are those under contract which are still waiting to close. The average list price was $319,899, compared to the average sales price of $304,362 (95% – LP/SP).  Activity slowed down slightly, evidenced by 105 days on the market.

In Westfield there are 242 active listings.  During the first quarter, homes were on the market an average of 120 days, with 53 sales, averaging a list price of $222,124 and sales price of $210,249.  Forty three homes also pended during this time frame.

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