Mt. Juliet had 111 of the sold homes in June with less than 10 percent of them being a foreclosure and/or short sale, a huge improvement over previous months, she said, adding that 30 percent of the sold homes in June were attributed to new construction. Of the sold homes that were not new construction, the median sales price was $184,900 with a median price per square foot of $92.86 and median days on the market of 56. Mt Juliet homes sold for an average of 99.8 percent of list price.
Lebanon ended the month with 68 sold homes in June. Lebanon's sales ended with 22 percent being short sales/and or foreclosures and 12 percent being new construction. Lebanon's resale market has a median sales price of $166,000 with a median price per square foot of $85.78 and median days on the market of 75. Lebanon homes sold for an average of 98.6 percent of list price.
Watertown produced four sales in June with a median sales price of $75,250 and a median price per square foot of $47.07. Hamilton said two of the four were foreclosures.
Old Hickory came in strong in June with 17 sold homes, two of which were new and three of which were short sales/and or foreclosure, she said. Old Hickory's median sales price was $198,000 with a median price per square foot of $88.42 and median days on the market of 72.
The foreclosures and short sales were less overall countywide in June and new construction seems to be steady. As retail and industry continues to grow in Wilson County, so will the home sales, and our market will continue improve as the demand for housing increases, Hamilton noted. We are very blessed to live in such a vibrant area with so many opportunities for people of every age. Wilson County IS the place to be!