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Williamson County real estate: September sees slowdown in closings – Tennessean

September saw a slowdown of closings in Williamson County real estate after a hot summer. 

There were 490 closings for residential and condo sales in September across the county, according to data provided by the Williamson County Association of Realtors. It was the lowest number of sales since May and a decline after a summer of competitive sales.

The market typically begins to see a slowdown each fall as people settle into school and routine. This September’s sales dropped more than 100 compared to last September.

Homes continue to sell quickly in Williamson County. September saw an average of eight days on the market. The inventory remains slimmer than last year. Buyers had more than 1,800 properties to choose from in September compared to more than 2,300 last year.

A breakdown by city

  • Arrington: Five days on market. $776,086 median sale. 
  • Brentwood: 14 days on market. $1.02 million median sale.
  • College Grove: Seven days on market. $843,172 median sale.
  • Fairview: Six days on market. $405,065 median sale. 
  • Franklin: Eight days on market. $764,538 median sale.
  • Nolensville: Seven days on market. $712,664 median sale.
  • Spring Hill: Five day on market. $531,000 median sale.
  • Thompson’s Station: Eight days on market. $637,370 median sale. 

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