Sunday, April 20, 2003

Kentucky home sales mixed



Home sale prices rose in half of neighborhoods* and fell in half.

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Neighborhood# of sales in 2002Average 2002 sale price% price change from 2001Average days on market
Alexandria, Grants Lick, Southern Campbell689$144,433 -0.60%65
Bellevue, Dayton624$70,786 -4.40%69
Burlington, Hebron, North Boone598$163,010 2.20%82
Cold Spring, Crestview, Rural Campbell447$159,302 13.60%77
Covington370$68,012 -4.80%83
Crescent Springs, Fort Wright, Villa Hills245$185,879 6.90%63
Crestview Hills, Fort Mitchell, Edgewood229$170,516 -3.20%57
Elsmere, Erlanger220$110,911 2.10%59
Florence220$143,727 5.30%72
Fort Thomas, Southgate219$142,036 5.50%60
Grant County176$120,759 4.10%101
Independence, Taylor Mill, South Covington169$134,872 2.90%72
Latonia166$69,409 2.60%61
Newport141$96,210 -5.40%69
Union, Richwood, South Boone124$218,213 -0.80%87
Wilder, Highland Heights106$101,561 -2.90%60

*Neighborhoods with 100 or more home sales in 2002
Source: Northern Kentucky Association of Realtors Multiple Listing Service




OHIO-KY. HOUSING MARKET
Average home prices rose in most neighborhoods
See how home prices in your neighborhood fared:
OhioNorthern Ky.Top 10 lists of real estate transactions
A close look at what's driving sales in popular areas:
Blue Ash: 8.4% price drop a numbers game
Florence: Most sales in N.Ky.
Harrison: New homes, old appeal
Madeira: Biggest price increase
Mason: Region's most home sales
Oakley: Area's fastest home sales

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