Memphis-area home sales for October decreased 3.5 percent from a year ago, with 1,336 total sales recorded in the Memphis Area Association of REALTORS® MAARdata property records database. Sales were down 6.2 percent from September, when there were 1,424 total sales. Average sales price from October-to-October was up 4.3 percent, at $156,692. Inventory decreased 1.8 percent, with 6,291 units listed for sale.
Memphis-area home sales for September decreased 9.5 percent from a year ago, with 1,424 total sales recorded in the Memphis Area Association of REALTORS® MAARdata property records database. Sales were down 4 percent from August, when there were 1,483 total sales.
Nearly two dozen individuals and organizations have been nominated by their peers for a 2015 Tennessee’s Best award. Award winners will be announced during the Tennessee Governor’s Housing Conference, which is being held Oct. 7-8 at the Music City Center in Nashville, organized by the Tennessee Housing Development Agency
Memphis-area home sales for August increased 13.1 percent from a year ago, with 1,483 total sales recorded in the Memphis Area Association of REALTORS® MAARdata property records database. Sales were down 12 percent from July, when there were 1,685 total sales. Average sales price from August-to-August was up 1.8 percent at $164,944. Inventory decreased 2.5 percent, with 6,374 units listed for sale. Monthly sales volume YTD increased 8.8 percent to $1.74 billion.
Under the proposed new rules, developers can earn points on their Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) application if the property qualifies for full Enterprise Green Communities certification. In addition, other energy-saving measures that once qualified for points, such as programmable thermostats and ENERGY STAR® certified clothes dryers, will now be mandatory to be eligible for the competitive tax credit program
MEMPHIS, Tenn., Aug. 6, 2015 – Memphis-area home sales for July increased 12.6 percent from a year ago, with 1,685 total sales recorded in...
THDA is launching a new $6 million program to combat blight by transforming eligible homes into green spaces. At a media conference Wednesday morning, August 5, 2015, THDA Executive Director Ralph M. Perrey and Memphis Mayor A C Wharton jointly announced the Blight Elimination Program (BEP). Under the program, qualified nonprofits will receive forgivable loans to acquire abandoned homes out of foreclosure, demolish them, and transform the property into a community park, affordable housing, or other beneficial public function
Based on permits issued last month, homebuilders in Tennessee have plans to break ground on 2,006 new single family homes. The June number is up from 1,871 housing starts in May and represents a new highpoint since the housing crisis began seven years ago