A typical Jefferson County dwelling listed for $269,000 in August, down 2.2% from the earlier month’s $275,000, an evaluation of information from Realtor.com exhibits.

The median listing dwelling worth in August was up about 7.6% from August 2021. Jefferson County’s median dwelling was 1,773 sq. ft for a listed worth of $153 per sq. foot.

The Jefferson County market was busy, with a median 29 days on market. A month earlier, properties had a median 24 days on market. The market added 1,180 new dwelling listings in August, in contrast with the 1,452 added in August 2021. The market ended the month with some 1,222 listings of properties on the market.

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The median dwelling costs issued by Realtor.com might exclude a lot, and even most, of a market’s properties. The value and quantity signify solely properties which are single-family properties, condominiums or townhomes. They embrace present properties, however exclude most new development in addition to pending and contingent gross sales.

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What have been Louisville-area dwelling costs in August? Here is a county-by-county breakdown

Dwelling costs in Floyd County, Indiana, fell 0.9%, to a median $306,950, from a month earlier. The everyday home was available on the market for 33 days, from 26 days a month earlier. The everyday 1,769-square-foot home had an inventory worth of $155 per sq. foot.

Dwelling costs in Bullitt County, Kentucky, rose 2.7%, to a median $369,522, from a month earlier. The everyday home was available on the market for 37 days, from 29 days a month earlier. The everyday 1,996-square-foot home had an inventory worth of $179 per sq. foot.

260 Halcomb Court in Mt.  Washington, Kentucky.  The three-bedroom, two-bathroom home in Bullitt County was listed for sale in mid-March and a sale is pending.

260 Halcomb Courtroom in Mt. Washington, Kentucky. The three-bedroom, two-bathroom dwelling in Bullitt County was listed on the market in mid-March and a sale is pending.

Dwelling costs in Oldham County, Kentucky, rose 3.3%, to a median $464,975, from a month earlier. The everyday home was available on the market for 38 days, from 22 days a month earlier. The everyday 2,606-square-foot home had an inventory worth of $177 per sq. foot.

Dwelling costs in Harrison County, Indiana, rose 1.8%, to a median $304,378, from a month earlier. The everyday home was available on the market for twenty-four days, from 24 days a month earlier. The everyday 1,897-square-foot home had an inventory worth of $147 per sq. foot.

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Dwelling costs in Shelby County, Kentucky, fell 4%, to a median $347,450, from a month earlier. The everyday home was available on the market for 40 days, from 28 days a month earlier. The everyday 2,265-square-foot home had an inventory worth of $162 per sq. foot.

Dwelling costs in Nelson County, Kentucky, fell 0.9%, to a median $287,450, from a month earlier. The everyday home was available on the market for 51 days, from 38 days a month earlier. The everyday 1,505-square-foot home had an inventory worth of $187 per sq. foot.

Dwelling costs in Spencer County, Kentucky, fell 1.3%, to a median $468,975, from a month earlier. The everyday home was available on the market for 41 days, from 25 days a month earlier. The everyday 2,575-square-foot home had an inventory worth of $179 per sq. foot.

Dwelling costs in Taylor County, Kentucky, fell 2%, to a median $244,100, from a month earlier. The everyday home was available on the market for 60 days, from 57 days a month earlier. The everyday 1,773-square-foot home had an inventory worth of $134 per sq. foot.

Dwelling costs in Scott County, Indiana, rose 1.7%, to a median $208,445, from a month earlier. The everyday home was available on the market for 39 days, from 51 days a month earlier. The everyday 1,472-square-foot home had an inventory worth of $142 per sq. foot.

Dwelling costs in Henry County, Kentucky, rose 28.8%, to a median $322,000, from a month earlier. The everyday home was available on the market for 54 days, from 45 days a month earlier. The everyday 1,690-square-foot home had an inventory worth of $179 per sq. foot.

Dwelling costs in Washington County, Indiana, fell 1.6%, to a median $189,900, from a month earlier. The everyday home was available on the market for 43 days, from 24 days a month earlier. The everyday 1,500-square-foot home had an inventory worth of $122 per sq. foot.

Dwelling costs in Jefferson County, Indiana, rose 4.1%, to a median $249,900, from a month earlier. The everyday home was available on the market for 35 days, from 29 days a month earlier. The everyday 1,853-square-foot home had an inventory worth of $136 per sq. foot.

Dwelling costs in Marion County, Kentucky, fell 5.2%, to a median $189,550, from a month earlier. The everyday home was available on the market for 43 days, from 49 days a month earlier. The everyday 1,675-square-foot home had an inventory worth of $121 per sq. foot.

Dwelling costs in Washington County, Kentucky, fell 7.7%, to a median $262,000, from a month earlier. The everyday home was available on the market for 50 days, from 42 days a month earlier. The everyday 1,853-square-foot home had an inventory worth of $145 per sq. foot.

Dwelling costs in Cumberland County, Kentucky, fell 5.4%, to a median $254,500, from a month earlier. The everyday home was available on the market for 88 days, from 76 days a month earlier. The everyday 1,502-square-foot home had an inventory worth of $158 per sq. foot.

Throughout metro Louisville/Jefferson County, median dwelling costs fell to $299,000, down 0.3% from a month earlier. The median dwelling had 1,811 sq. ft, at an inventory worth of $158 per sq. foot.

Throughout all of Kentucky, median dwelling costs have been $282.450, falling 0.9% from a month earlier. The median Kentucky dwelling on the market had 1,866 sq. ft at listing worth of $150 per sq. foot.

Throughout all of Indiana, median dwelling costs have been $275,000, falling 1.1% from a month earlier. The median Indiana dwelling on the market had 1,935 sq. ft at listing worth of $137 per sq. foot.

Throughout the USA, median dwelling costs have been $435.050, down 3.1% from a month earlier. The median American dwelling on the market had 1,890 sq. ft, listed at $222 per sq. foot.

The median dwelling listing worth — the halfway level of all the homes or items listed over a time period — is used extra typically on this report as an alternative of the typical dwelling listing worth as a result of specialists say the median presents a extra correct view of what is taking place in a market. To find the typical worth, all costs of properties listed are added after which divided by the variety of properties bought. This measure could be skewed by one low or excessive worth.

The USA TODAY Community is publishing localized variations of this story on its information websites throughout the nation, generated with information from the Realtor.com residential listings database. The story was written by Mike Stucka and Sean Lahman.

This text initially appeared on Louisville Courier Journal: Louisville-area properties on the market drop to $269,000 median worth