Friday, Feb. 12, 2021

Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. The Shelby County real estate market took its annual January dip but still exceeded last year’s metrics. Twenty-nine single-family homes were sold in the county last month, down from 50 in December but up from the 22 sold in January 2020. The median price, however, rose slightly from December’s $153,000 to $155,000. Available inventory continues to be a challenge. Only 40 homes were active in January, down from 42 in December 2020 and significantly lower than the 68 homes for sale in January 2020.

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