Sunday, May 9, 2004

Five years of growth



Ohio: Between 1999 and 2003, Middletown was the only Southwest Ohio neighborhood to see a drop in its average home sale price. All but four others saw double-digit increases, led by Monfort Heights, which saw a 33 percent rise.
AreaAvg. price 2003% change from 1999
Amelia$142,37811%
Anderson Twp.$247,47212%
Blue Ash$226,86016%
Bridgetown$165,18217%
Cheviot$100,45015%
Colerain Twp.$130,85919%
College Hill$108,5675%
Covedale$106,17921%
Deer Park$112,21515%
Deerfield Twp.$232,58010%
Delhi Twp.$145,68022%
Eastgate$155,527n/a*
Fairfield$157,03614%
Fairfield Twp.$172,20021%
Finneytown$135,93919%
Forest Park$121,69010%
Franklin Twp. (Used to include Franklin & Carlisle)$113,7638%
Glen Este, Mt. Carmel, Union Twp., Withamsville$172,87919%
Goshen, Goshen Twp.$141,06023%
Hamilton$104,12214%
Hyde Park$342,41327%
Landen$178,41216%
Lebanon$182,43919%
Liberty Twp.$239,05529%
Lindenwald$91,48821%
Loveland$261,68521%
Madeira$235,17828%
Maineville$192,613n/a*
Mason$278,36326%
Miami Twp.$192,07412%
Middletown$95,573-2%
Milford$168,68118%
Monfort Hts.$169,56533%
Monroe$145,22117%
Montgomery$318,39415%
Mt. Healthy$100,53725%
Mt. Lookout$294,23116%
Mt. Washington$146,62022%
North College Hill$88,48614%
Norwood$103,53623%
Oxford$172,25212%
Price Hill$69,21512%
Reading$115,71114%
Sharonville$170,04514%
Springboro$209,086n/a*
Springfield Twp.$123,4539%
Symmes Twp.$371,55524%
Trenton$125,3299%
West Chester Twp.$224,14118%
Western Hills$176,59213%
Westwood$108,40618%
White Oak$169,65212%
Wyoming$278,85211%
*Figures not available for 1999 because the MLS of Greater Cincinnati identified them as neighborhoods more recently.
Includes only neighborhoods with 100 or more sales in 2003. Source: Northern Kentucky Association of Realtors Multiple Listing Service; MLS of Greater Cincinnati

Northern Kentucky: The last five years have seen steady -- in a few cases dramatic -- increases in home sale prices.
AreaAvg. price 2003% change from 1999
Newport$124,45755.5%
Elsmere, Erlanger$119,34023.9%
Bellevue, Dayton$77,10623.7%
Florence$152,14423.0%
Independence, Taylor Mill, South Covington$141,24321.2%
Burlington, Hebron, North Boone$173,00720.7%
Latonia$73,49218.9%
Crescent Springs, Fort Wright, Villa Hills$209,81118.5%
Grant County$124,15016.8%
Crestview Hills, Fort Mitchell, Edgewood$205,41712.3%
Union, Richwood, South Boone$219,94912.3%
Covington$78,13111.7%
Wilder, Highland Heights$108,63810.1%
Alexandria, Grants Lick, Southern Campbell$154,5168.7%
Cold Springs, Crestview, Rural Campbell$150,3238.6%
Fort Thomas, Southgate$145,3768.5%
Includes only neighborhoods with 100 or more sales in 2003.
Source: Northern Kentucky Association of Realtors Multiple Listing Service; MLS of Greater Cincinnati




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