to lag last year’s pace, but the inventory of available houses is beginning to
slip, according to the latest residential real estate report from Indianapolis-based
Landrigan & Co. Realtors.
According to the report,
which uses figures from the Metropolitan Indianapolis Board of Realtors, 1,848
homes were sold in April in the 13-county central
same month a year ago.
The average sale price in
April fell 10.5 percent, to $122,819, from a year ago.
In one sign that the real
estate market may have hit bottom, the number of homes for sale dropped from
20,287 a year ago to 16,986-a decrease of 16.2 percent.
with 847 home sales in April, down from 1,129 a year ago. The average sales
price fell from $104,481 to $91,056.
Sales actually rose in
sales price rose from $130,788 to $131,315.
Sales also increased in
from, 46 to 49, but the average sales price fell by nearly $26,000, to
sales price dropped from $245,423 to $203,405.