Robertson-Sumner County Home Sales Up

February 3, 2010
By Debbie

Old Hickory Lake - Hendersonville TN

I just ran statistics on closed sales of single family residential homes to compare January 2009 and January 2010. According to information obtained from Realtracs Solutions, there were only two counties in the Nashville metro area that showed an increase in sales over January of last year: Robertson and Sumner Counties.

Sales of homes in Robertson County were up just over 48%, while home sales in Sumner County were up a little over 12%. Williamson County stayed the same. Springfield led the way in sales in Robertson County, while Hendersonville was number one in home sales in Sumner County.
These statistics don’t include land sales, multi family units, or sales of condos in the Nashville area.

There’s a lot of growth in the north Nashville area, especially in Hendersonville. With the completion of The Streets of Indian Lakes shopping center, and with the waterfront activities on Old Hickory Lake, Hendersonville, Tennessee, is one of the most sought after areas for relocation in middle Tennessee. Tadacip

One Response to “ Robertson-Sumner County Home Sales Up ”

  1. Rebecca on February 15, 2010 at 10:43 pm

    Robertson and Sumner Counties are beautiful! Those statistics are definitely no surprise.
    And Hendersonville? Wow. If the chance ever arose for me to live there, I’d jump at it, as would several people I know. Hence the reason it’s one the most sought after areas.
    Thanks for the post. :)

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