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December 2009

There are 6 blog entries for December 2009.

Fishers Indiana Foreclosures

Monday, December 28th, 2009 at 4:58pm. 2897 Views, 0 Comments.

Since everybody is always so interested in Fishers foreclosures and Fishers Indiana short sales, I thought it might be interesting to do a side by side comparison of active, pending, and sold homes in Fishers vs. foreclosures, short sales etc. On the left will be all Fishers homes and on the right will be all homes in Fishers that are distressed (bank owned, short sales, HUD, and VA) and the solds will be from 6/1/2009 to today:

  All Fishers Real Estate Distressed
# Active homes 568 73
Average asking price $291,119 $287,381
Asking $/ Sq. Ft. $107 $91
# Pending homes 107 31
# Sold 876 101

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Brooks Chase Fishers | Market Update | Homes For Sale

Thursday, December 24th, 2009 at 8:25am. 2433 Views, 0 Comments.

We will take another more in depth look at Brooks Chase in Fishers after the year end to see how one of Fishers most popular subdivisions did in 2009 but for now let’s take a quick snapshot of what is going on:

- There are 19 homes for sale in Brooks Chase right now with an average asking price of $139,958

- There are 7 homes pending with an average price of $129,528

- 42 homes in Brooks Chase have sold this year with an average sales price of $127,727

- The average selling price per square foot was $58

- Average list price to sales price was 98%

- Average days on the market for Brooks Chase was 67

Brooks Chase Fishers is one of the area’s top performing subdivisions because of its location and it affordability. After the first of the year,

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Noblesville Real Estate Update November

Tuesday, December 15th, 2009 at 2:42pm. 2644 Views, 0 Comments.

Here is the November numbers for the Noblesville Indiana real estate market:

  2008 2009 % Change
Active N/A 644
Homes Sold 54 90 67%
Average Selling Price $195,713 $161,463 -18%
Days on Market 74 72 -3%
Price Per Square Foot $86 $80 -7%
Sales Price / List Price 95% 97% 2%

Here are the YTD number for Noblesville homes:

  Number of Homes Sold
Average Sales

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Fishers Indiana Market Update - November

Monday, December 14th, 2009 at 4:59pm. 3095 Views, 0 Comments.

Here are the number for Fishers IN homes that sold in November 2009:

  2008 2009 % Change
Active N/A 593
Homes Sold 73 100 37%
Average Selling Price $208,846 $194,448 -7%
Days on Market 84 66 -21%
Price Per Square Foot $91 $94 3%
Sales Price / List Price 96% 97% 1%

As always I like to include YTD numbers for some perspective:

  Number of Homes Sold

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Carmel Real Estate Market Update

Friday, December 11th, 2009 at 12:15pm. 2339 Views, 0 Comments.

Here is market update for the Carmel Indiana real estate market for November 2009 compared to November 2008:

  2008 2009 % Change
Active N/A 680
Homes Sold 65 101 55%
Average Selling Price $307,559 $330,595 7%
Days on Market 71 92 30%
Price Per Square Foot $112 $115 3%
Sales Price / List Price 95% 96% 1%


For a little perspective, here is a YTD look at the Carmel homes market:


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Hansen and Horn Out of Business

Monday, December 7th, 2009 at 8:39am. 6790 Views, 0 Comments.

going_out_of_business_425If you have not heard the latest drama for new homes in Indianapolis, Hansen and Horn is officially out of money.  Rumors have been swirling for months now that they were not paying their subcontractors and problems home owners have been having but now it is official.  You can read the Indy Star story here but the gist is they are out of money and going into receivership which means someone else is taking over and going to try to pay off their debts. 

I have to give credit to Paula Henry who runs her Indianapolis real estate website and blog for pointing this out, but take a look at this:

This is a separate

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